Day 1: Tbilisi
Your driver will pick you up from Tbilisi International Airport and deliver you to Tbilisi. Today you will take a city tour. Visit Tsminda Sameba, Georgia's tallest temple and the main church of the Georgian Orthodox Church. Then you'll go to Metekhi's historic district to see the Assumption Church, which sits on a beautiful hill. The following two stops are Rike Park and the modern Bridge of Peace. The Narikala stronghold, which offers stunning views of Tbilisi, is reached via cable car. Then go to the Botanical Garden, which has a beautiful waterfall. The sulphuric baths, a well-known spa complex (XVII-XIX cc.) constructed on natural sulfur springs, will be a stop along the way. The Sioni Cathedral, as well as Shardeni Street, which is dotted with small cafés and art galleries, are also worth seeing. It is one of the most well-known landmarks in Old Town. You'll be staying in a hotel for the night.
Day 2: Tbilisi - Kakheti - Telavi
You'll go to Kakheti in the morning, a picturesque region noted for producing excellent Georgian wines. You'll go to Telavi, the district's heart, which is known for its breathtaking natural beauty and excellent wine. Then you'll visit the Chavchavadze family's Tsinandali estate, which is held by a well-known Georgian dynasty. A rare collection of Georgian and European wines may be found in the estate's magnificent green maze and vaults. The Batonis Tsikhe Fortress will be visited after that. You will learn about local wines at the Khareba vineyard. The event will be rounded up with a wine tasting and a master instruction on how to create shoti, Georgia's national bread. You will spend the night at the hotel.
Day 3: Telavi - Signaghi - Tbilisi
In the morning, you will journey to Signaghi. It's a delightful small place with a distinct personality that reminds me of the gorgeous Italian cities. Then you'll go to the Bodbe Monastery, where Georgia's enlightener, Saint Nino, is resting. In the area, there is a spring known as "Nino's water" that erupts from the earth. Spring is seen as a nice season that might aid in the resolution of a range of issues. A visit to David Gareja, a rock-hewn monastery complex founded in the sixth century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the thirteen Assyrian fathers, brings the voyage to a close. The cave systems of David Gareja are famous all over the world for their originality. Night at the hotel.
Day 4: Tbilisi - Gudauri - Tbilisi
The day starts with a visit to Ananuri, a medieval stronghold on the Zhinvali reservoir's banks. It's a wonderful architectural structure in excellent condition. It was formerly a powerful defensive stronghold that saw action in several conflicts. Continue to Gudauri, a lovely resort town situated at 3000 meters above sea level. This is a great place to go skiing, climbing, or simply have a nice time in the summer. You'll arrive in a charming Stepantsminda village at the foot of the majestic Mount Kazbek after a quick halt at the Sour Waters of Vedza. Visitors are drawn to the old Gergeti Trinity Church, which is positioned 2170 meters above the settlement. You'll be led up the hill to the church, where you may admire the views and learn about Gergeti's history and wealth. You'll be staying in a hotel for the night.
Day 5: Tbilisi - Mtskheta - Kutaisi
Mtskheta, Georgia's spiritual capital, will be your final stop. The confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers may be seen from here. It will be tough to overlook the beauty of these lakes. Following that, the Jvari Monastery and Georgia's oldest and largest cathedral, Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, will be visited (XI century). Tours of the Chateau Mukhrani winery are a must-see for anybody curious about Georgian winemaking traditions and secrets, as well as fascinating stories about the Georgian royal family. The beautiful castle and cellars, as well as the lovely gardens and vineyards, will be exhibited to us. After a fantastic journey, you'll arrive at Kutaisi. You'll be spending the night in a hotel.
Day 6: Kutaisi - Martvili Canyon - Kinchkh Waterfall - Prometheus Cave - Kutaisi
Martvili Canyon, a gorgeous western Georgia beauty and one of the state's most popular canyons, will be visited in the morning. The Megrelia area is where you'll locate it. It produced a canyon up to 40 meters deep and 2,400 meters long during millions of years of flow. Anyone who wishes to take a boat trip of the beautiful countryside is welcome to do so. Another natural marvel of Georgia is Okatse Canyon. Kinchkha, one of the country's highest waterfalls, is located in this area. The excursion continues 20 kilometers west of Kutaisi to Georgia's Prometheus Cave. The cave is widely recognized as the most popular and largest of its sort in Georgia. There are various underground streams as well as stalactite and stalagmite reliefs. You'll be going back to Kutaisi. The hotel is where you will spend the night.
Day 7: Kutaisi - Borjomi
In the morning, you'll travel on a tour of historical and ecological sites in Kutaisi and the surrounding region. Our first stop is to the Gelati Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and well-known cultural jewel and living relic of Georgia's Golden Age. Smooth-hewn massive block sides, harmonic proportions, and blind arches for exterior ornamentation set it apart. The journey continues to Motsameta Monastery, which is situated on a hill under the Tskhaltsitela-Red River. This temple is one of Georgia's most magnificent. A beautiful monastery perches on a rocky cliff. After the tour, you'll return to Borjomi. It is a well-known spa town with purportedly healing mineral waters. You'll be staying in a hotel for the night.
Day 8: Borjomi - Vardzia - Uplistsikhe - Tbilisi
After breakfast, you'll go to Vardzia to learn about the Javakheti region's distinct cultural history. You'll go to the St. Nino monastery, which features a tiny monk-run dairy that is famous for its many cheeses. You travel to Vardzia, a one-of-a-kind Golden Age cave complex, after taking magnificent shots at Khertvisi Fortress (X century) (XII-XIII centuries). Locals have long relied on the institution as a safe refuge. Rabati Castle, a historic landmark originating from the thirteenth century, is located near Akhaltsikhe. Several historic castles, towers, and churches make up this amazing complex. On our way to Tbilisi, we'll stop at the Uplistsikhe cave town. One of Georgia's most important cultural monuments is this ancient cave settlement built into the volcanic rock of the Kvernaki mountain. Then you'll drive back to Tbilisi. You'll be staying in a hotel for the night.
Day 9: Tbilisi - Airport
In the morning is transfer to airport.
Price per person:
02 pax - 2 450 $
04 pax - 1 730 $
06 pax - 1 500 $
08 pax - 1 390 $
10 pax - 1 350 $
Single - 420 $