6n 7days in Georgia
7 Days/6 nights
DAY 1: ARRIVAL‐ CHECK IN AT THE HOTEL
Transfer from the Airport to Hotel in Tbilisi.
Check inn and free time.
DAY 2: TBILISI JVARI MTSKHETA TOUR
After Breakfast at the hotel starts Tbilisi city tour.
Tbilisi city tour is a sightseeing tour of the highlights of Tbilisi. Explore the Old Town. The architecture in
the city’s historic district is a mixture of Georgian, Byzantine, Oriental and Neo‐Classical European styles.
You will visit:
Holy Trinity cathedral
Monument of Vakhtang Gorgasali, the legendary
founder of Tbilisi
4th century Narikala Fortress (cable‐car)
Sulphur bath houses
Visit Sioni Cathedral
Rezo Gabriadze Theatre
Ancient capital of Georgia – MTSKHETA
During the tour, you can enjoy panoramic aerial views of mountains around Jvari Monastery, observe the
confluence of Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers, or have a time trip back to early centuries in the area of
Jvari Monastery (built in the 6th century, stands on a high mountain, "where, merging, rustling,embracing like two sisters, Aragvi and Kura Streams." According to legend, on this very hill the cross of the holy Equal‐to‐the‐Apostles Nino was
erected. Jvari is the first monument of World Heritage in Georgia.)
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (the main cathedral
of Mtskheta and a sacred place where the robe of
Christ is being kept...)
DAY 3: UPLISTSIKHE CAVE CITY AND BORJOMI NATIONAL PARK
Uplistsikhe, literally ‘Fortress of God’, is an ancient rock‐hewn town which played a
significant role in Georgian history over a period of approximately 3,000 years.
Archaeological excavations have revealed extraordinary artifacts dating from the late
Bronze Age all the way up to the late Middle Ages. Accoring to Unesco, Uplistsikhe Cave Town‐
Fortress is situated on a rocky massif in 15 km eastwards to town Gori on the left bank of the
river Mtkvari. The fortress is mentioned in chronicles from earliest times. Its history begins in the I‐II millennium B.C. Uplistsikhe was an important religious, political and cultural centre in the Hellenistic and the late Antique periods (IV c. B.C. – IV c. A.D.).
Beautiful resort Borjomi ‐ the world‐famous mineral springs and beautiful Park Borjomi. In the park you will taste legendary and world famous Borjomi mineral water from the spring.
DAY 4: KAZBEGI – ANANURI ‐ GADAURI
One‐day tour to Kazbegi with the itinerary from the capital city Tbilisi to the snow‐capped peak of
the Mount Kazbek will open up an enchanting Georgia. Visit the scenic town of Stepantsiminda,
where life ticks by at a relaxing pace. Take in top local attractions such as the 14th‐century century
Gergeti Trinity Church on the Chkheri River, and enjoy breathtaking views over the mighty Darial
On the way to Kazbegi you will visit:
Ananuri Fortified Castle Ensemble
Jinvali Water Reservoir
Fasanauri ‐ Place where white and black Aragvi
Ski resort – Gudauri
Visit the scenic town of Stepantsiminda, where life ticks by at a relaxing pace. Take in top local attractions such as the 14th‐century century Gergeti Trinity Church on the Chkheri River, and enjoy breathtaking views over the mighty Darial Gorge.
Transfer on Gergeti by 4x4 vehicle. ( Delica or Jeep)
DAY 5: UNFORGETTABLE DAY IN KAKHETI
Kakheti – wine region in Georgia.
The one‐day tour in Kakheti is a fascinating journey into the eastern part of Georgia, during which you can enjoy the mountain views, picturesque villages, ancient temples, and observe the life Kakhetians.
Abundance of grape varieties with Georgia can compete only in France. And then, if we compare the number of varieties not grapes, and cheese: in Georgia grows more than 400 varieties of grapes in France, more than 400 varieties of cheese The culture of wine as well as wine drinking in Georgia
goes to the far‐distant past, as the land goes deep into the root of the Georgian vine.
Bodbe monastery complex of St. George, where are kept the remains of Saint Nino of Kappadokia.
Sighnaghi ‐ miniature city of love, which impresses with its history. It is the only city in Georgia that has fully preserved the fortress walls that are crowned with watchtowers, where one can climb to get the magnificent view of the Alazani valley.
«Okros Winery» ‐ established upon the ancient traditions. The company works over maintenance of the unique vine culture and wine making both using ancient methods and modern technologies;
consequently, the Company produces high quality wines.
DAY 6: PROMETHEUS CAVE AND MARTVILI CANYON
Prometheus cave - with stalactites and stalagmites. Named after famous hero
Prometheus, who, according legend, was chained here. Here we take a boat ride on the
underground river On our tour to Kutaisi you will have an opportunity to visit several UNESCO World Heritage Sites around one of the oldest cities in Georgia and explore one of Georgia’s natural wonders providing visitors with access to underground waterfalls, cave pearls, rivers and lakes.
Excursion is accompanied with live guide in English and Russian, and provides best value for families, friends, couples and solo travellers.
We will visit:
Kutaisi city - one of the most beautiful and ancient Georgian cities, the land of Argonauts, situated in West Georgia on the banks of the picturesque Rioni River. (Without stops)
Motsameta Monastery. It is located 6km out of Kutaisi, off the Gelati road. Take the turning marked by a photo of the church and follow this track for a couple of kilometres. This little monastery has a spectacular setting on a cliff-top promontory above a bend of the Tskhaltsitela River. Situated dizzily high above the ravine of the Tskhaltsitela River, the monastery offers awe-inspiring views of the river and the surrounding countryside from any number of buildings and points on the grounds. Extremely isolated and seldom visited by tourists.
Gelati Monastery. This perfectly restored outstanding monument of Georgian architecture was the centre of spiritual and scientific life of the Middle Ages, the tomb of Georgian rulers, the cult place for pilgrims. It is located 1 km from the city of Kutaisi and is under UNESCO protection as an object of cultural and historical legacy. In fact Gelati is a rich historical architectural complex comprising the ancient monastery, the bell tower, the church and the academy set up in 1106 by the great ruler of Georgia David the Builder. Thus, Gelati was not only the spiritual centre of the country but also the largest centre of culture, history and science. David the Builder, who wanted to create a large educational centre in his country, gathered the best Georgian scientists in the academy. In Gelati there was a big and rich library, the teachers and scientists in the academy were the most educated people of the time.
Prometheus cave is the biggest cave in Georgia. Although only one tenth is open for
tourists. These caves belong to Imereti Protected Areas, and are quite close – you can easily visit
both in one day. Driving through dense forests of West Georgian mountains, you’ll suddenly run into
a tourist center of Prometheus cave. There is a worldwide known legend of Prometheus, who stole
fire from the gods, for which he was punished and chained to Khvamli Mountain, which can be seen
from Prometheus Cave, one of the most adventurous places in Georgia. We may not believe in
legends, but we definitely believe in a beauty of Prometheus cave. Here you can find a very special
form of stalactites, stalagmites, petrified stone waterfalls and hanging curtains, underground River
and lakes – all this on a nice 1.4km walk in mysterious and cool atmosphere and short boat trip if
DAY 7: TRANSFER TO THE AIRPORT
After breakfast check out and transfer to Tbilisi Airport.
Hotel: Bridge Botique hotel / Folk Botique Hotel 4****
Transport service with professional driver
Hotel accommodation BB in Tbilisi 4*
Professional English speaking Guide
Everything mentioned in the Itinerary