WEEKEND TOURS IN GEORGIA

1) Long Weekend Tour in Georgia  (Tbilisi, Mtskheta, Kazbegi)

Duration: 2 Nights / 3 Days

Day 1 Highlights:

•    Pick up from Tbilisi International Hotel

•    Check-in at the hotel in Tbilisi

•    Tbilisi City Tour

One of the Must-Dos and probably the most distinctive pleasures of visiting Georgia is wandering through Tbilisi Old City, with its old-style balconies, ancient churches, narrow streets, food markets and charming stores. Here you will notice a number of eclectic sights – sites ranging from churches to mosques and synagogues, as well as the art galleries and handicraft shops, lining along the way. The uniqueness of attractions and the cultural as well as architectural diversity widely presented at this spot starting from Sulfur Baths and the stunning views from the Narikala Fortres is simply overwhelming.  Old Tbilisi also includes: Anchiskhati Church, Erekle II Street, Peace Bridge, Botanical Garden, Sioni Cathedral, Rike Park, Metekhi Church, Caravanserai

•    Ride to Mtskheta

Mtksheta old capital of Georgia is located about 20 kilometers north of Tbilisi at the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers. The city is considered to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Due to its historical significance and numerous ancient monuments, the “Historical Monuments of Mtskheta” became UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. The historic churches of Mtskheta are outstanding examples of medieval religious architecture in the Caucasus.  

•    Visit to UNESCO world heritage sites of Mtskheta: Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, Jvari Monastery, Medieval complex of Shio Mghvime in limestone canyon

•    Lunch Opportunity nearby Mtskheta

•    Transfer to the hotel in Tbilisi

Day 2 Highlights: 

Kazbegi is a valley town with the famous hilltop silhouette of Trinity Church and the towering snowy peak of Mt Kazbegi looking down on it.  Now officially named Stepantsminda, it is a base for some wonderful hiking and mountain-biking trails. It would be impossible for anyone to visit this area of Georgia without feeling overwhelmed by both nature and history combined.

•    Early pick-up from the hotel and departure to Kazbegi

•    Photo opportunity at Jinvali Reservoir

•    Visit to Ananuri Complex featuring fortress and church dating back to XVI-XVII cc

•    Gudauri Cross Pass overlooking a deep gorge of Caucasus mountain range

•    4 wheels drive to Holy Trinity Church on the top of Mount Kazbegi (altitude 2170m)

•    Drive through Dariali Gorge located by the border of Georgia and Russia

•    Transfer to the hotel in Tbilisi

Day 3 Highlights

•    Transfer to Tbilisi International Airport

Price Range (USD) in shared occupancy room except for a single room  

Number of People

Prices 3*/4* Hotels

Prices 5* Hotels

Prices 5* Branded International Hotels

1

539

679

935

2

275

359

415

3-5

289

429

519

6-9

215          

339

425

10-13

160

269

339

14-18

150

259

329

19-25

139

250

325

26-40

155

285

369

 

2) Weekend Tour in Georgia  (Tbilisi, Telavi, Kvareli, Sighnaghi)

Day 1 Highlights:

•    Pick up from Tbilisi International Hotel

•    Check-in at the hotel in Tbilisi

•    Pick up from the Hotel

•    Tour around Tbilisi

One of the Must-Dos and probably the most distinctive pleasures of visiting Georgia is wandering through Tbilisi Old City, with its old-style balconies, ancient churches, narrow streets, food markets and charming stores. Here you will notice a number of eclectic sights – sites ranging from churches to mosques and synagogues, as well as the art galleries and handicraft shops, lining along the way. The uniqueness of attractions and the cultural as well as architectural diversity widely presented at this spot starting from Sulfur Baths and the stunning views from the Narikala Fortress is simply overwhelming.  Old Tbilisi also includes: Anchiskhati Church, Erekle II Street, Peace Bridge, Botanical Garden, Sioni Cathedral, Rike Park, Metekhi Church, Caravanserai

Mtksheta old capital of Georgia is located about 20 km north of Tbilisi at the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers. The city is considered to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Due to its historical significance and numerous ancient monuments, the “Historical Monuments of Mtskheta” became UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. The historic churches of Mtskheta are outstanding examples of medieval religious architecture in the Caucasus.  

•    Visit to UNESCO world heritage sites of Mtskheta: Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, Jvari Monastery, Medieval complex of Shio Mghvime in limestone canyon

•    Lunch Opportunity nearby Mtskheta

•    Transfer to the hotel in Tbilisi

Day 2 Highlights:

•    10:00 AM Pick up from the hotel and transfer to Kakheti region

Kakheti Proclaimed by archaeologists to be the “Cradle of Wine”, Kakheti is the oldest wine-producing region in the world. It is the land of hospitable, open-hearted people that live surrounded by monasteries, ancient castles and glorious churches. Kakheti is characterized by its unique vine grape varieties, countryside and centuries of exceptional wine-making experience

Wine Tour (Gold Circle) Tour:

-    Departure to capital city of Kakheti Region Telavi via Gombroi Pass

-    Visit to Tsinandali Palace knows for its historic Enoteca and gardens

-    Kvareli Town: Lunch at Wine Tunnel and photo opportunity at Ilia Lake

-    Visit Sighaghi - a love city famous for its vast city walls

-    Transfer to the hotel in Tbilisi

Day 3 Highlights

•    Transfer to Tbilisi International Airport

Price Range (USD) in shared occupancy room except for a single room

Number of People

Prices 3*/4* Hotels

Prices 5* Hotels

Prices 5* Branded International Hotels

1

539

675

935

2

279

365

419

3-5

299

439

530

6-9

 229          

355

439

10-13

175

285

355

14-18

165

275

345

19-25

155

269

339

26-40

175

305

385

 

3) Spa & Wellness Tours

Georgia is distinguished with its abundant thermal and mineral waters, curative mud deposits treating various diseases while refreshing your body, mind and soul. The country is adjoining the sub-tropical zone bordering the Greater Caucasus Range, the Plateau of volcanic origin and the Black Sea. This diverse topography is the main factor of the availability of different types of balneological and climate health resorts found throughout the country. There are approximately 2 000 mineral and thermal springs of different chemical composition with a profound history and tradition of putting them to use. Various diseases can be prevented and cured with the help of local mineral waters such as cardio vascular system disease, nervous system disorder, dermatologic and endocrine diseases, etc. Besides the thermal and mineral waters, there are pseudo-volcanic muds found in Georgia which are mostly used for treating various chronically inflammation diseases. Hence with a wide range of health and wellness programmes, serene and picturesque landscapes as well as dedicated staff you are sure to reach your desired goals in your wellness journey in Georgia. 

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