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Embark on a captivating seven-day journey through the heart of Georgia, leaving you with indelible memories of Georgia's cultural richness and natural beauty.

Valid from: 1/4/2024 to 31/10/2024 

Day 1: Airport Tbilisi/Tbilisi
Arrive at Tbilisi International Airport. Meet your driver and transfer to a hotel.
Overnight at a hotel in Tbilisi.

Day 2: Tbilisi
Take a walking tour of Old Tbilisi.
Tbilisi is a blend of Asian mystical world and European charm. Located in the gorge of Mtkvari River it’s shaped out in accordance with the terrain and forms a very beautiful city with Mt. Mtatsminda embracing the entire town, Narikala Fortress topping up the oldest quarter of Tbilisi – Kala and Metekhi Church overlooking Mtkvari River from a rocky plateau.
In this classic tour of Tbilisi, you’ll see the highlights of the Old Town with beautiful Orthodox Christian Churches, Mosque, Synagogue, famous and refreshing Sulphur Baths, narrow cobbled streets with hanging wooden carved multi-colored balconies and the 19th century houses following the architectural styles of the 19th century Europe, Narikala Fortress, the glass Bridge of Peace, Freedom Square and Rustaveli Avenue. 
Overnight at a hotel in Tbilisi.

Day 3: Tbilisi/Vardisubani/Telavi/Tsinandali/Sighnaghi/Tbilisi
Enjoy a day tour in Kakheti. First visit the Qvevri master to learn more about Georgian wine-making traditions, Qvevri wine, wine-storing and taste home-made Georgian wines. Our next stop is the town of Telavi where we take a short walk, see the statue of King Erekle II, 900 year old plane tree and the colorful agricultural market. Continue to Tsinandali 19th century estate for a visit to the garden and museum. After the tour transfer to the romantic hill top town of Sighnaghi nestled inside the defensive wall We take a walk there and later return to Tbilisi.
Overnight at a hotel in Tbilisi.

Day 4: Tbilisi/Mtskheta/Uplistsikhe/Borjomi
Meet your guide and driver in the morning and take a tour to the ancient capital and spiritual center of Georgia – Mtskheta with its historical sites: the Church of Jvari (6th century) and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (11th century). Jvari and Svetitskhoveli are World Heritage Sites of UNESCO. And according to the legend it is believed Svetitskhoveli houses the Robe of Christ. Mtskheta is the town where St. Nino – a 14-year old Cappadocian maiden preached Christianity as early as 4th century AD and converted Georgia officially to Christinity in 337 AD making Georgia the third official Christian country in the world. Continue to delve deep to Georgia’s ancient history by visiting the ancient cave city Uplistsikhe - one of the oldest urban settlements in Georgia, which used to host the old caravans transporting goods from Asia to Europe as it was on the Great Silk Road route. After the tour transfer to the mineral water town of Borjomi.
Overnight at a hotel in Borjomi.

Day 5: Borjomi/Gori/Ananuri/Gudauri
We have a leisure morning to enjoy the visit to the Borjomi Children’s Park and take a round-trip cable car ride to enjoy the views of the beautiful gorge of Borjomi. We try the mineral water and continue to the town of Gori to visit the museum of Georgia’s infamous son – Joseph Stalin. Next, we travel to the Georgian Military Highway and stop at fortified church of Ananuri located on top of Jinvali water reservoir. Along the Cross Pass we reach the ski resort Gudauri.
Overnight at a hotel in Gudauri.

Day 6: Gudauri/Kazbegi/Tbilisi
On our way to Kazbegi at the Jvari (Cross) Pass (2395 m) we stop at the panoramic viewpoint of the Soviet period “Friendship Monument”, from where you can enjoy a picturesque view of the deep gorges and beautiful mountains of the Great Caucasus. Once in Kazbegi we take a tour to Gergeti Trinity Church (14th century) which apart from Georgia’s architectural and historical overview offers the magnificent views to the glacier of Kazbegi (5054m) and the settlement of Kazbegi.
After the tour we return to Tbilisi.
Overnight at a hotel in Tbilisi.

Day 7: Tbilisi/Airport Tbilisi
Transfer to the airport and depart home (with driver only).


  • Accommodation in double/twin room
  • Air conditioned vehicle (2 PAX – car; 4 PAX – mini van; 6 PAX – mini bus)
  • English speaking guide except arrival and departure transfers
  • Meals as mentioned – BB
  • Entrance fees 
  • 1 bottle of water (0.5lt) per person per day


  • Flights
  • Insurance fees
  • Services and meals that are not mentioned above
  • Beverages
  • Tips and other personal expenses
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