7 DAY CULTURAL & ADVENTURE TOUR
Day 1 Highlights:
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 (by Cable Car) is simply overwhelming. Old Tbilisi also includes: Anchiskhati, Erekle II street, Peace Bridge, Botanical Garden, Sioni, Rike Park, Metekhi, Caravanserai
Mtksheta old capital of Georgia is located about 20 kilometres 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 a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. The historic churches of Mtskheta are outstanding examples of medieval religious architecture in the Caucasus.
Day 2 Highlights:
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 characterised by its unique vine grape varieties, countryside and centuries of exceptional wine-making experience
Wine Tour (Gold Circle):
Day 3 Highlights:
Svaneti region of Georgia’s Caucasus Mountains is Medieval Hideaway. Preserved by its long isolation, the region is an exceptional example of mountain scenery, where centuries-old defensive towers loom over remote villages. The culture of Svaneti is intriguing, offering some of Georgia's most solemn and mysterious dances, and the most complex polyphonic singing in the Caucasus—a tradition dating back over two millenia.
Day 4 Highlights:
Svaneti region is a must visit place in Georgia. If you are interested to see the highest inhabited point in all of Europe, you will have the opportunity to do so during the trip: Ushguli, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a Svan village with some of the most stunning views found in the entire country.
Day 5 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.
Day 6 Highlights:
The best way to witness the diversity of this small country’s terrain is on Kazbegi’s hiking trails, which wind through the Greater Caucasus mountain range dividing Europe from Asia.
Day 7 Highlights:
Uplistsikhe Cave City - Literally meaning ‘fortress of the lord’, dates back as far as the Iron Age and is one of the oldest urban settlements in Georgia. It’s an ancient rock-hewn town, some 100 kilometers east of Tbilisi. Built on a high rocky left bank of the Mtkvari River, it is notable for the unique combination of various styles of rock-cut cultures.