Georgia - is something mysterious, covered with legends and puzzles, a country with ancient history and unique culture, a country of flowers and songs, country of churches, myths, mountains and blue sky.
On arriving at Tbilisi airport, you are greeted by your tour guide. Board the coach for transferring to the hotel. Check in the hotel. Dinner at the restaurant.
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. Board your coach for Sightseeing tour of Tbilisi including Metekhi church, Sulphur baths, Narikala Fortress. During the lunch you have Meeting with the producers of Christmas trees seeds. After that visit Treasury of State Museum of Georgia. Return to the hotel. Dinner at the restaurant.
Breakfast, after which you depart to Kakheti province – famous wine making region of Georgia, where you have excursion to the Sighnaghi and Bodbe nunnery complex. You have a possibility to visit Winery “Khareba” located in the tunnel carved out of the rock and try a few type of wine during the lunch at the restaurant. Before returning to Tbilisi you have visit to the Tsinandaly Family Estate. At the end of the day you have a dinner at the local restaurant.
After the breakfast enjoy trip along Georgian Military Highway. Enjoy the breathtaking views of mountain passes littered by watchtowers and alpine fields. During this day you will have visit to Ananuri architectural complex – the oldest northern citadel along Georgian Military Road and Gergeti Trinity Church. You will have lunch and dinner as well.
This morning begins from breakfast and check-out. Board your coach an transfer to Borjomi region. This day you have Visit to Mtskheta – an ancient capital of Georgia. After the lunch you will have a chance to explore Jvari Monastery and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, try mineral water in Borjomi Mineral Park. In the evening you have a dinner and accommodation in Bakuriani.
Breakfast, check out and enjoy this day, which is dedicated to visiting Machartskali Forest. You will have lunch on the way, accommodation at Sunset Shovi Hotel and dinner at the hotel’s restaurant.
After the breakfast you will spend all day in the coniferous forests of Georgia. Firstly you have a visit to the Ambrolauri/Tlugi forest. In the middle of the day enjoy Picnic lunch in the forest. Secondly, Visiting one of the branches in the forest part of Skvava, forming the eastern part of the “Tlugi Slope”. After the great day return to the hotel and have a dinner.
This morning you have breakfast, after which you check out and transfer to visit other sections of the Ambrolauri forest and closing with the historic chapel in Nikortsminda village. After this visiting you will have lunch and wine “Khvahchkara” tasting at the local’s house. In the second part of the day returning to Tbilisi, where you will have dinner and accommodation.
?This morning following breakfast, check out of the hotel and transfer to the airport. Departure.
The eastern region of Kakheti is Georgia’s wine country. Hundreds of different grapes are grown here, and every village has its own particular variety. Almost everywhere you go in Kakheti, at almost any time of day, you’ll be invited to a glass of wine and it’s easy to find yourself wandering around in a semipermanent mellow haze.
To a non-Georgian, Mtskheta’s near-mystical importance in Georgian culture is hard to describe. Containing some of the oldest and most important churches in the country, Mtskheta has been Georgia’s spiritual heart since Christianity was established. It remained a spiritual capital, however, and Mtskheta’s Svetitskhoveli Cathedral is still the setting for important ceremonies of the Georgian Orthodox Church.
Famous throughout the former Soviet Union for its salty-sour, love-it-or-hate-it carbonated mineral water, Borjomi is an attractive resort town clinging to the hills either side of the Mtkvari River, 850m above sea level. The town dates from 1829 when some soldiers discovered the health-giving mineral spring here. A Russian governor of the Caucasus, Count Vorontsov, developed Borjomi as a resort, one that became fashionable with the aristocracy.