Discover All Beauty of Eastern Georgia

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from/per person $790.00
  • Historic Buildings
  • Groups allowed
  • Tour guides


Short History Of  Georgia 

The nation of Georgia (Georgian: sakartvelo) was first unified as a kingdom under the Bagrationi dynasty by the King Bagrat III of Georgia in the 8th to 9th century, arising from a number of predecessor states of the ancient kingdoms of Colchis and Iberia. The kingdom of Georgia flourished during the 10th to 12th centuries under King David IV the Builder and Queen Tamar the Great, and fell to the Mongol invasion by 1243, and after a briefreunion under George V the Brilliant to the Timurid Empire. By 1490, Georgia was fragmented into a number of petty kingdoms and principalities, which throughout the Early Modern period struggled to maintain their autonomy against Ottoman and Iranian (Safavid, Afsharid, and Qajar) domination until Georgia was finally annexed by the Russian Empire in 1801, which got nominally confirmed in 1813.

After a brief bid for independence with the Democratic Republic of Georgia of 1918–1921, Georgia was part of the Transcaucasian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic from 1922 to 1936, and then formed the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic until the dissolution of the Soviet Union.The current republic of Georgia has been independent since 1991. .The history of Georgia is inextricably linked with the history of the Georgian people.


  • Learn some local history on Meidan Square
  • Explore Tbilisi’s charming Old Town
  • Spot the Kartlis Deda (Mother Georgia) monument
  • Pass the city’s famous sulphur baths
  • See the ancient Narikala Fortress
  • Take photos of natural waterfall in the centre of old town
  • Tasting Legendary Georgian cuisine
  • Delighting of ancient views of holy land
  • Watch how two rivers meet each other
  • Explore two capitals in one day
  • Familiarize Georgian wine-making tradition
  • Taste several sorts of wine in one day
  • And lots more interesting…

Duration: 6 Days

Start: Hotel, 10 AM

Language: English; Russian; German, Arabic

This tour is conductible always, but most suitable period can be from April to November.




Our guide and driver will meet you at Airport for transportation to Hotel. After that tour starts from Tbilisi the capital of Georgia, at Holy Trinity cathedral, one of the largest orthodox cathedrals around the world. 

Places To Visit:

  1. Sameba (Trinity) Church
  2. Metekhi Church
  3. Riding by Cable car
  4. Kartlis Deda (Mother of Georgia)
  5. Narikala Fortress
  6. Botanical Garden
  7. Abanotubani
  8. Waterfall in Old Town
  9. Freedom Square
  10. Bridge of Peace
  11. Wine Tasting and buying souvenirs

Mtskheta and Gori

Our guide and driver will meet you at your Hotel, from where you take start for future adventure. During the tour you’ll visit Mtskheta, the holy land of Georgia.

Places To Visit:

  1. Sveticxoveli Cathedral
  2. Jvari Monastery
  3. Samtavro Monastery
  4. Mtsheta City Trip

Ananuri, Gudauri and Kazbegi

Kazbegi Region is located to the central north part of Georgia, approximately 100 miles away from Tbilisi, at the heart of Caucasian mountain chain. The most attractive part of the region is one of the highest and nicest mountains in Caucasus - Kazbegi Mountain (5033m) that is located near proximity to regional center.

Places To visit:

  1. Ananuri fortress
  2. Jinvali Water Reservoir
  3. Gudauri Panorama
  4. Village Juta
  5. Truso Valley
  6. Sno fortress
  7. Gveleti waterfall
  8. Gergeti church

Borjomi, Rabati and Vardzia

Safe drive towards the South-West of Georgia, visiting city Borjomi, park of Borjomi where you can drink volcanic mineral water which comes from the heart of the mountain. After that you'll visit The old stone Rabati fortress, standing on a small hill. On our way to Vardzia we'll take a look of 11th century Khertvisi fortress. And our last destination of the day will be Vardzia (12th-13th century) monastery complex in caves with baths, libraries, fortresses, temples and etc.

Places To Visit

  1. City Borjomi
  2. Borjomi Park
  3. Volcanic water fountain
  4. Riding by cable car
  5. Rabati fortress
  6. Khertvisi fortress
  7. Vardzia monastery complex

Gareji, Bodbe and Sighnaghi 

Kakheti is a historical province in the eastern part of Georgia. It's know because of his status "the heart of wine industry". Kakheti by itself is very important part of Georgia as historical and wine-provider part of the county, why wine? From the very beginning of the centuries wine was not only drink for Georgians, but most important part of culture and traditions, and most of Georgian sufra traditions are taking part in Kakheti region. 

Places To Visit

  1. David Gareja Monastery
  2. Gareja desert
  3. Old monasteries complex
  4. Azerbaijan border
  5. Bodbe Monastery
  6. City Sighnaghi
  7. Old Fortress
  8. Regions longest Stoned fence
  9. Local winery
  10. Wine tasting
  11. St. George's church
  12. Restaurant
  13. Hotel in Sighnaghi

Telavi, Kvareli, Shuamta

Next day, in the morning guide and driver will pick you up from the hotel and your journey continues. First destination will be Shuamta monastery complex, from where you'll arrive one of the historical and throne city of Kakheti. Here you'll discover King Erekle's palace, after having a lunch in a very comfortable and old styled restaurant you'll visit Gremi monastery. Final destination Tbilisi.

Places To Visit

  1. Old Shuamta monastery
  2. New Shuamta monastery
  3. City Telavi
  4. King Erekle's palace
  5. Gremi monastery
  6. Local Winery

Price Includes:

  • Transportation during tours
  • Transfer from/to Airport
  • Tours
  • Guiding
  • Wine Tasting
  • All Entry Ticket Fees
  • Hotels
  • Restaurants

Price Not Includes:

  • Drinks
  • Souvenirs

Never google word "Georgia", Just visit country "Sakartvelo"!