Tour In Georgia
Tour In Georgia
Fortress Rabat – a medieval fortress in the south of Georgia, in the city of Akhaltsikhe, in the territory of the historic area Meskhetia.
Vardzia – cave monastery complex of XII-XIII centuries in southern Georgia, Javakheti. An outstanding monument of medieval Georgian architecture. It located approximately 100 km south of Borjomi, near the eponymous village.
fishing in Vardzia
night in a 4 * hotel
Borjomi – resort town in the Samtskhe-Javakheti region in south-west Georgia. The city is famous for its mineral water Borjomi, which occupies the first position in Georgia exports.
Green Monastery – People call it the “Green Monastery”, because all the trees in the valley are different shades of green, as well as stones, of which the monastery is built.
Borjomi Park – beautiful nature, mineral springs, mountain river, and bridges in the park. you can taste the famous Borjomi mineral water, which is well known for its positive therapeutic effect on people with digestive disorders. Archaeological excavations have revealed the presence of a stone baths in the area, proving that these mineral waters have been used by humans for thousands of years. Also, you can see a beautiful set in the valley by cable car.
Night in Kutaisi 4 *
“Martvili Canyon” – a small canyon near the town of Martvili, the main attraction of the area and a popular tourist attraction of Samegrelo.
Prometheus Cave, also known as a cave Kumistavi – karst cave in the west Georgia, near the town of Tskhaltubo, natural monument.
Sataplia Cave, Sataplia State Nature Reserve was established in 1935 to protect geological, paleontological, speleological and botanical monuments
Night in Kutaisi Hotel 4 *
transfer to Tbilisi
night in the 4 * hotel
Ananuri fortress is located in Georgia on the Georgian Military Highway, 70 km from Tbilisi. Ananuri served as the main reference point for the rulers of this land.
Mount Kazbek is one of the major mountains of the Caucasus located in the Kazbegi region of Georgia, just south of the border with Russia.
It is the highest mountain in North Ossetia, the third highest peak in Georgia, and the seventh highest in the Caucasus Mountains.
“Sameba Trinity” Church-The church is located at an altitude of 2170 meters, under Mount Kazbegi, an isolated place on the top of a steep mountain, surrounded by the vastness of nature has made it a symbol of Georgia.
Night in Tbilisi 4*
transfer to the airport
Breathtaking natural beauty, deeply hospitable people, quaint rural backwaters and cosmopolitan capitals together make the South Caucasus region a thrilling, offbeat discovery.
The mountain regions are strung with spectacular walking and riding routes with ruined castles, towers and ancient churches often perched in achingly picturesque locations. Each country has great day-trip hikes but high in the Great Caucasus, Georgia’s Svaneti, Kazbegi and Tusheti regions are particularly ideal for longer distance village-to-village treks. Each of the nations has ski resorts. Rafting and paragliding are possible in Georgia where climbers can scale Mt Kazbek and other 5000m peaks. Delve underground in Armenia’s many caves, or explore Azerbaijan’s Caspian hinterland where natural curiosities include mud volcanoes and fire phenomena.
Tour starts in Baku
In Baku – Travel to the Absheron Peninsula to visit the “fire mountain” then onto the UNESCO site at Qobustan.
Baku – Lahij – In the morning we explore Baku before heading into the foothills of the Caucasus at Lehij village.
Lahij – Seki – There will be chance to wander around the village and chat with the locals before heading on to the former trading town of Seki. We have all day to see Khan’s Palace, the museum and local market as well as visit neighbouring Kis.
Seki – Telavi (Georgia) – We cross the border today into Georgia’s wine growing region and visit the Nekresi Monastery and a church at Gremi.
Telavi – Gori – After having chance to wander around a farmers’ market, we will drive on to Alaverdi Cathedral on our way to Gori.
Gori – Kazbegi – Gori is the birthplace of Joseph Stalin and we visit the museum before driving into the mountains.
Kazbegi – Tbilisi – We’ll walk for two hours to the iconic Gergeti Church before heading to Tbilisi, visiting two UNESCO sites en route.
In Tbilisi – Old Tbilisi – Metekhi Church, Narikala Fortress, the Sulphur Baths and other sites.
Tbilisi – Dilijan (Armenia) – We enter Armenia and drive along the Debed Canyon, passing Haghartsin monastery as we go on to Dilijan.
Dilijan – Goris – We will visit the medieval Sevanavank Monastery before continuing on to Goris via the Selim Caravanserai.
Goris – Yerevan – visit Tatev Monastery, reached by cable car, before making our way towards Yerevan via the dramatically located Noravank Monastery visit to the 11th century Amberd fortress then have the afternoon free to explore.
The tour ends after breakfast.