Wonders of Georgia-6 days/295$

Wonders of Georgia-6 days/295$

Wonders of Georgia-6 days/295$

The beautiful and diverse country of Georgia with rich history, beautiful cities, breathtaking landscapes and welcoming people. If you enjoy warm hospitality, good food, exploring history and culture, then a visit to Georgia is a must.

Day 1: Arriav to Tbilisi. Tbilisi city tour
Day 2: Tbilisi-Gori-Uplistsikhee-Kutaisi-Gelati-Bagrati
Day 3: Kutaisi-Batumi-Kutaisi
Day 4:  Kutaisi-Khertvisi-Vardzia-Akhaltsikhe
Day 5: Akhaltsikhe-Borjomi-Mtskheta-Tbilisi
Day 6: Transfer to the airport

Day 1 – Arrival to Tbilisi. Transfer to the hotel.

Arriaval to Tbilisi. Early check in, rest and breakfast. Tbilisi City Tour. Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia. It was founded in the 5th century by Vakhtang Gorgasali, the Georgian King of Kartli (Iberia), and made into a capital in the 6th century. Located strategically at the crossroads between Europe and Asia and lying along the historic Silk Road routes, Tbilisi has often been a point of contention between various rival powers and empires. We will visit: National Museum Of Georgia, see main avenue Rustaveli, it’s architecture and Freedom Square.   Metekhi church (XIIIc); Abanot-ubani (natural sulphur springs, bath; Narikala Fortress, Sioni Church (VII c) and Anchiskhati Church (VI c). Dinner with folk program. Overnight.

Day 2: Tbilisi-Gori-Uplistsikhe-Kutaisi-Gelati-Bagrati

After the breakfast, drive to Gori - city in eastern Georgia, which serves as the regional capital of Shida Kartli. Gori was an important military stronghold in the Middle Ages and maintains a strategic importance due to its location on the principal highway connecting eastern and western parts of Georgia.

Visit in Uplistsikhe -the unique monument of Georgian culture. It  is situated on a rocky massif in 15 km eastwards to the town Gori on the left bank of the river Mtkvari (Kura). The monument attracts our attention from afar with its whimsical image, giving rise to various legends. Written sources keep a great deal of information about it, but they describe only a part of the history of this beautiful monument. Uplistsikhe was built in the beginning of the first millennium BC and it differed from other towns with its functional purposes. It was the temple town in the whole East Georgia. Drive to Kutaisi – one of the most ancient cities in Georgia. Kutaisi was the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Colchis. Archeological evidence indicates that the city functioned as the capital of the kingdom of Colchis as early as the second millennium BC. Visit in Bagrati Cathedral 11th century UNESCO‘s World Heritage Site, the cross-omed, tri-conch Cathedral located on the top of Ukimerioni Hill. Gelati Monastery Complex (UNESCO) once a major centre of enlightenment in Georgia, founded by King Davit Aghmashenebeli (David the Builder) in 1106 that represents the flourishing medieval architecture in Georgia.

Arrival to Kutaisi, check-in, dinner.

Day 3: Kutaisi-Batumi-Kutaisi

Breakfast at the hotel, drive to black sea embankment direction. We will go to the main city of Ajara Region Batumi.  Excursion around Batumi. This relaxed tour focuses on visiting the main city highlights: The famous Miracle Park and Boulevard are the pride of Batumi –  Alphabet tower, Batumi lighthouse, Fountain Chacha Tower, Ali and Nino moving sculpture  are located exactly in Miracle Park. The statue of Neptune in front of Batumi Drama Theater in the city of Batumi was erected in 2010. The statue and its fountain is a copy of the Fountain of Neptune in the Piazza del Nettuno in the town of Bologna in Italy. The original sculpture was completed by the Flemish sculptor Giambologna in 1567. The Medea monument in Batumi was designed by Davit Khmaladze and erected in Europe Square in 2007. In Greek mythology, Medea was a daughter of King Aieti , the king of Kolkheti in present day western Georgia. Medea helped Jason to steal the legendary Golden Fleece . Return to Kutaisi. Dinner and overnight in Kutaisi.

Day 4:  Kutaisi-Khertvisi-Vardzia-Akhaltsikhe

Breakfast. Check-out. Driving to Akhaltsikhe we will visit  Khertvisi  - a medieval fortress on the border of Samtskhe and Javakheti, it stands on the strategically important venue, at the confluence of rivers Paravani and Mtkvari, on the high rocky mountain. Khertvisi fortress comes across in historical sources from XI century. In 1578-1829 Khertvisi fortress was the seat  of Ottoman garrison and administrative centre. It is noted with big space and a number of utility rooms. It has an unaccessible citadel, court, church. The fortress was supplied with water through a tunnel.  The cave city of Vardzia (1156-1203) in Javakheti, is a cultural symbol with a special place in the hearts of Georgians. King Giorgi III built a fortification here in the 12th century, and his daughter, Queen Tamar, established a monastery that grew into a virtual holy city housing perhaps 2000 monks, renowned as a spiritual bastion of Georgia. Check inn. Dinner and overnight in Akhaltsikhe.

Day 5: Akhaltsikhe-Borjomi-Mtskheta-Tbilisi

After breakfast we are going to visit the town of Borjomi – the most popular resort which Is famous for it’s  mineral waters. We are going to take a walk on the alleys of the Borjomi Park, also our tourists will have a chance to taste real Borjomi right from the spring. This water has an amazing ability to cure lots of diseases including: digesting tract and renal diseases, also it helps with the metabolism problems and cholecystitis .
Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park is the oldest and the largest of the protected areas in Georgia. This unique nature preserve, located in central Georgia on the right bank of the river Mtkvari, encompasses 76,000 ha of land and stretches across parts of the Tori, Imereti and Samtskhe regions. And Borjomi mineral water with its curing qualities is known in the world as the Queen of mineral waters. On the way to Tbilisi we wll stop  in  Mtskheta – the ancient capital of Georgia and the important religious centre. It is situated at the convergence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi Rivers. There are a number of very significant archaeological and religious monuments in and around the town: Jvari Monastery (6th c.) – standing on the rocky mountaintop, with its architectural forms and decorative elements, Jvari is harmoniously connected with the landscape and overlooks Mtskheta; Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (11th c. unesco) – a grandiose cathedral of cross-dome design, known as the burial site of Christ’s mantle and one of the major Orthodox Georgian temples. After that we will have dinner in Tbilisi. Overnight.

Day 9:  Transfer

Breakfast. Free time. Transfr. Departure From Tbilisi Air Port.


  • Transfers and Transportation according to the program.
  • Accommodation in 3* hotels in Kutaisi and Tbilisi and Guest House in Akhaltsikhe with breakfasts
  • H/B:  5 breakfasts and 5 dinners including the dinner with folk program
  • Entrance fees to the museums and places listed in program
  • Guide services


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