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About Trip

Price: $975

Duration: 8 days/7 nights

Number of guests: 2+

Tour route: Tbilisi – Borjomi – Akhaltsikhe – Rabat Fortress – Kutaisi – Prometheus Cave – Wine Region (Kakheti) – Tbilisi

The price includes:

  • meeting / seeing off
  • transfers from Tbilisi airport (from other airports for an additional fee) to the hotel and back;
  • accommodation in the center of the capital in a cozy hotel;
  • two meals a day according to the program (without alcohol);
  • 2 master classes;
  • 2 tastings;
  • accompaniment of a professional guide;
  • transport services according to the program;

The price does not include:

  • air tickets;
  • medical insurance;
  • Entrance tickets and cable cars;
  • master class of Georgian cheese with tasting;
  • everything that is not indicated “Price includes”.


Brief description of visited sites:

Metekhi Temple – One of the most famous monuments of Tbilisi, standing on the steep rocky bank of the Kura River. It was built in the 12th century and was the residence of the Georgian kings. In front of the temple there is an equestrian statue of the king, the city’s revivalist – Vakhtang Gorgasali.

Anchiskhati Church is one of the oldest sights of Tbilisi, built in the 6th century under the influence of ancient Palestinian architecture.

Zion Cathedral is the main religious attraction of all Georgia. This is one of the oldest buildings in the capital – V-VI centuries.

Mtatsminda is a small mountain (translated as Holy Mountain), which offers an excellent panoramic view of Tbilisi.

Narikala Fortress – The most famous and ancient landmark of Tbilisi, the soul and heart of the city. It has been standing since the foundation of the city itself. Narikala, located on the Great Silk Road, was the most fortified and impregnable in the fortification system of Tbilisi. The fortress can be reached by cable car. From here you can enjoy a panoramic view of old Tbilisi.

The palace of Queen Darejan was built by King Irakli II for his wife in the 18th century. The rock under the palace is especially beautiful, framed with moss and herbs, and water flows down it, which is saturated with silver and, as people say, cures eye diseases.

The famous Tbilisi sulfur baths have been decorating the city since the 16th century. The baths are built in the style of classical oriental architecture. These are low, squat buildings; the baths themselves are located underground at a depth of 9-11 meters. Today, baths are not just a decoration of the city, they work, here you can meet a real “mekise” – an oriental massage therapist. Tbilisi sulfur baths are very popular not only among tourists, but also among local residents, as they have an effective therapeutic and preventive effect, and after an oriental foam massage a person will feel reborn. Alexandre Dumas, who visited them on his trip to the Caucasus, spoke with delight about these baths. Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin, who wrote in 1829: “I have never seen anything more luxurious than the Tiflis baths either in Russia or in Turkey.” Since ancient times, traders and ambassadors, before entering Tbilisi, had to take sulfur baths, which had a disinfecting purpose.

The Rabat Fortress is beautiful, interesting and attractive to tourists. Built on a small hill in the 13th century, this military structure has seen a lot in its time. The fortress was destroyed several times, was often under siege, and eventually absorbed traces of various cultures and religions. A large-scale reconstruction took place here in 2012. Within the walls of the fortress there is a church, a mosque, a synagogue, a small beautiful park, an oriental-style fountain, a historical museum, various shops, the family fortress of the Dukeli princes, a hotel and even a registry office. In addition, the Rabat fortress boasts excellent viewing platforms: four towers rise above its walls, which can be climbed via spiral staircases. Each of them offers an excellent view of Akhaltsikhe and its surroundings. There are many places for a photo shoot on the territory.

In the Borjomi Gorge, the famous resort of Borjomi is buried in the greenery of the Caucasus Mountains. Here you will taste the oldest and healthiest mineral water from a source, walk through the famous recreation park, breathe in the healing mountain air, relax, and have the opportunity to buy medicinal cone jam, natural mountain honey, ecological pure herbal tea sets for the prevention of various diseases at home, in the park you can climb the cable car and have a super view of the city, take a lot of photos and selfies.

Bodbe Monastery – Here are the relics of the enlightener of Georgia, Saint Nino, Equal to the Apostles. This monastery is an iconic shrine in the Orthodox world, so pilgrims come here from all over the world. Believers claim that the holy water in the spring cures various ailments and illnesses. The area is beautiful. From the observation deck of the convent there is a panoramic view of the famous Alazani Valley.

Kakheti, the largest and richest region of Georgia, is the birthplace of wine and the famous kebab. Here you will find wine tasting, information about wine production using the traditional method, local grape varieties, an interesting tour of the winery, culinary master classes, a master class on making a clay vessel for storing wine, and a local hereditary winemaker teaching Kakhetian cuisine from environmentally friendly rural products. A cheerful feast and a warm, friendly atmosphere.

Bridge of Peace – A modern, original glass pedestrian bridge in the heart of the old city. The sparkling, undulating 156m long structure was designed by Italian architect Michel de Lucchi and French lighting engineer Philippe Martineau. The bridge spanning the Kura River connects the old part of the city with the new one. The bridge was included in the list of the 20 most original bridges in the world.

Tsminda Sameba (Holy Trinity Cathedral) or Tbilisi Cathedral is the main temple of Georgia, one of the largest and most important Orthodox churches in the world. The temple, completed in 2004, became a symbol of New Georgia. The height of the temple is 101 meters, the total area is more than five thousand square meters.

Prometheus Cave with stalactids and stalagmites near Kutaisi. It is believed that the legendary ancient hero Prometheus was chained to the mountains around this area. The total length of the natural monument is 11 kilometers. Only 1600 meters are open to visitors. It’s warm and damp here, classical music is playing, and there’s indescribable beauty all around, like in a fairy tale. At the end of the walking route, you can take a boat to the exit on an underground lake. Unlike many European caves, photography is allowed here. You will get a lot of unforgettable impressions.

Days 1-2

Day 1 – Meeting at Tbilisi airport. Transfer. Accommodation. Free time. Overnight in Tbilisi.

Day 2 – Breakfast at the hotel.

Tour of the capital. The program includes all the main attractions.

After the excursion, lunch at the restaurant. Taste the most popular dishes of national cuisine.

Visit the Holy Trinity Cathedral and take the funicular up. In the park you can relax and for dinner taste the most delicious Adjarian khachapuri in the capital and the famous waters of Lagidze. Free evening in the capital. Overnight in Tbilisi.

Days 3-5

Day 3 – Breakfast at the hotel. 10:00 – Departure.

Route of the day: Tbilisi – Akhaltsikhe fortress Rabat – Borjomi resort – Tbilisi. Overnight in Tbilisi.

Day 4 – Breakfast at the hotel. Free day in Tbilisi.

You can book a tour for an additional fee.

Day 5 – Immediately after breakfast, departure to western Georgia.

Route of the day:

Tbilisi – Kutaisi – Prometheus Cave – Tbilisi. Overnight in Tbilisi.

Days 6-8

Day 6 – Breakfast at the hotel. 10:00 – Departure to Kakheti.

In the program of the day:

– Excursion to the winery;

– Visit to Bodbe Monastery;

– Visit to a private winery;

– dinner with the winemaker;

– Cooking master class of Georgian cuisine;

– Master class on making a clay vessel for storing wine,

– Master class on making Georgian cheese, a tour of the production site and tasting of different varieties of local cheese.

Overnight in Tbilisi.

Day 7 – Breakfast at the hotel. Free day in the capital. Overnight in Tbilisi.

Day 8 – Breakfast at the hotel. 12:00 – Checking out rooms. Free time.

Transfer to the airport.

Happy homecoming.

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Monday - Friday: 10.00 - 20.00

The company reserves the right to change the order of events or

replace them with equivalent ones, without reducing the volume

of the program.

The company is not responsible for damage caused in the event

of force majeure, natural disasters, unforeseen delays at airports,

roads, etc.

The company is not responsible for the loss of documents, money

and personal belongings in Georgia, but will try to help in finding them.