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Kakheti region, which  is famous for its wine production and Viticulture. The method of wine production in Kakheti is principally different from European methods.

Mtskheta, a home to the many of the best examples of Orthodox Christian architecture and religious heritage found in Georgia. The ancient history of Mtskheta is fascinating and detailed. The city was founded in the 5th century BCE by indigenous Meskhian tribes thought to have originally emigrated from Anatolia. Jvari Monastery-the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Jvari Monastery is located at the top of the hill and is the place where the missionary St. Nino herself erected a cross in the 4th century to mark the coming of Christianity to Georgia.

Georgian Military Highway- North from Tbilisi and up through the Caucasus to the Russian border runs the famed Georgian Military Highway,  the best route via which we can enjoy the dramatic scenery, crystal-clear air, and indescribable grandeur of the mighty Caucasus Mountains.

Juta, which is one of the highlights in Georgia for trekking lovers. Here begins the ascent to the rocky slopes of Chaukhi mountain range, visible all the way. You will enjoy the Rhododendron meadows and wonderful views of the surrounding mountains.

Khevsureti-the architecture of the Khevsuretian villages confirms this– houses and towers are closely built to easily protect the village inhabitants from frequent attacks. Important villages are – Shatili.

Mount Kazbegi (5,047 m.) Mkinvartsveri (“Ice-Top”) – an inspiration for poets and writers, steeped in Greek myths and Georgian legends. Climbing this beautiful perpetually snow-covered peak of the Caucasus is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
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DATE FOR GUARANTED PERIOD: on the 1st of June and lasts to the end of September


TOUR DURATION: 6 nights/7 days

Included / Excluded

To help you plan your trip, we have put together a list of what's included and what's not included in your tour package. This will give you a clear understanding of what to expect and help you make any necessary arrangements before your journey begins.

Tour Map

This comprehensive map is designed to guide you through an exciting journey filled with remarkable destinations and captivating experiences.


We have carefully planned out each day to give you the best possible experience. From exploring historic landmarks to tasting delicious local cuisine, each day is packed with adventure and excitement. Join us as we take you on a journey through some of the most fascinating destinations in the world.

Arrival in Tbilisi. Transfer to the Hotel in Tbilisi


After breakfast full-day Tbilisi city tour, the capital of Georgia (5thc. A.D); visit Treasury of the Museum of Fine Arts, Triumphal Gate (5th- 6thcc), Anchiskhati Church (in circa 522-534), Shardeni and Cotton streets, Sioni Cathedral (in circa 575-639), Synagogue (renewed 19th c), Souvenir shops, Metekhi Temple, 12th c., The Abanotubani, Narikala 4th c, Rustaveli Avenue,-where attractions such as the Tbilisi Opera and ballet Theatre, the Parliament, Rustaveli Theatre, different art galleries and cafes will pay your attention and provide a cosmopolitan atmosphere.


     After lunch, start our trip by driving to a small and very beautiful, romantic town Sighnaghi (790m), called as “Love city”. Approximately 113 km. southeast of Tbilisi. The town has been settled since Paleolithic period and is walled with the remnants of the 18th-century fortifications, overlooks the Alazani Valley and faces the Greater Caucasus Mountains.


     Visit Bodbe Monastery (9th c)-one of the major pilgrimage sites in Georgia, due to its association with St. Nino. Her grave is still shown at the Bodbe Monastery. This place used to be a coronation place of Georgian kings. Visiting the Spring of St. Nino- emerged through St. Nino’s prayers, believed to have a healing power.


(B/L/D) Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner are included into tour package.

Overnight in Telavi    

     After Breakfast, drive to Alaverdi Monastery (11th C), parts of the monastery date back to 6th c. it was founded by the Assyrian monk Joseph (Yoseb, Amba), who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi.


    Excursion to Tsinandali, a house museum of Prince Aelxander Tchavtchavadze (a famous Georgian romantic poet and representative of Kakheti nobility), botanical garden and wine cellar, where we taste 5 sorts of wine. Alexander Tchavtchavadze, a godson of Russian Tsarina Catherine II, however, remained mostly a “cultural nationalist”, defender of the native language, and an advocate of the interest of Georgian aristocratic and intellectual elites.


     Visit to Kvareli District. Visit a unique wine store kept in a tunnel engraved in rock. The tunnel length is 13,5 km. The store maintains permanent temperature at any season of year, hovering between 14/16 Celsius, ideal for maturing wine. Here you will tought how to make real Georgian wine by locals, how grape is presses, test the world’s favourite white and red wines, how delicious churchkhela (walnut roll) so characteristic of Kakheti is made, Khinkali making, how appetite Kakhetian bread (Shoti) is baked…Witness it and take part in it.

   P.S The program takes at about 2.30 h. for group, where you with your hands  will make them and then taste …


      Afterwards, we take our long drive to Kazbegi, reach this region by late evening. En-route Kazbegi, visit to Mtskheta (2nd millennium B.C.), the ancient capital of Georgia. The town and its architectural monuments are included in the World’s Cultural Heritage of UNESCO. Jvari Monastery (6th c), Svetitskhoveli (11th c), – The unique murals of saints and Georgian monarchs are inside the main Cathedral. Souvenir Shops. If the time permits, we will visit to Ananuri Fortress (16th-17th cc).

     After Mtskheta, the drive is very scenic through the famous Georgian Military Highway (leading to the Georgian- Russian border), together with the high Caucasus Mountains up to the Jvari Pass (2395 m) and then down into Stepantsminda (1700m). Kazbegi region is a picturesque settlement overlooked by the biggest of all –Mount Kazbegi (5047 m). Before arrive in Kazbegi we will pass Gudauri ski resort. (2100m) as well.

(B/L/D) Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner are included into tour package.

Overnight at a hotel in Stepantsminda.

After breakfast, we start a leisurely 1.5 hour walk up through beautiful valleys and woodland that leads us to Gergeti Trinity Church (14th cc), beautifully situated on the hill at 2170m. We also enjoy the beautiful views of the highest Glaciers in the Caucasus- Mt. Kazbegi Glassier (5047m).

We then have a detour to the Dariali Canyon and then walk to Gveleti Waterfalls.

  • Gergeti Trinity church,-distance 4 km; ↑↓435m

(walking time 3-4 hours)

  • Gveleti Waterfalls,- Distance: 4 km; ↑↓300m

(walking time: 1-2 hrs)


 (B/L/D) Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner’re included in the  tour.

 Overnight  at a hotel in Stepantsminda.

     After breakfast, we start our drive from the village Stepantsminda to a wonderful village of Juta, which is the highest  settlement (2200m) in the municipality of Kazbegi and explore the whole surroundings

  • Lunch is provided in Juta village (on request)


    At 17:00 PM we leave for Khevsureti Region. En route Khevsureti Photo Stop. Also, we will stop on so called ‘Sour Water’,-a healing water, which comes from the ground naturally and good for health, such as stomach etc.

Via Gudauri Ski resort drive to Pshavi-Khevsureti Region,- a remote mountain district in northern Georgia, located between Kazbegi and Tusheti regions. The road to Khevsureti will lead through alpine landscapes, following the wildly flowing Pshavi Aragvi River.

 (B/-/D) Breakfast/Dinner included into tour package

Overnight and dinner at a guesthouse in Chargali with a warm hospitality (can be with sharing facilities)

After breakfast, visit the Vazha Pshavela Museum. Afterwards, we will ride up to Shatili village(1400 m) with its traditional defense towers (UNESCO heritage site), which is a medieval highland fortress village situated 1400 meters above sea level.


5.30 h. riding of walking down in a forest returning back to Chargali.


20:00 PM Farewell dinners at a traditional Georgian restaurant ‘Tsiskvili or Maspinzelo’, accompanied with Georgian folk songs and dances. Which are greeting cards of Georgia. Add to this friendliness and easy-going hospitality and you’ll understand why a visit to Georgia is always a pleasure. Be prepared…and remember the best response to a toast is the word “Gaumarjos!” which translated as “to our Victory!”


(B/L/D) Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included into tour package.

Overnight in Tbilisi

Transfer to Tbilisi Airport

End of the tour.


Each image tells a unique story, inviting us into a world of emotion, beauty, and complexity. Get ready to be moved, inspired, and challenged as we journey through this captivating collection of images.



  • It is forbidden to catch, banish or cause any harm to animals
  •  It is forbidden to climb on rocks without us or stand at the edge of gorges
  • Start a fire on the places other than specially designed spots
  • According to local customs and traditions, it is forbidden for females to enter sacred places and chapels
  • It is necessary to hold your passport or Identify documents with you In Tusheti protected area

Weather: the best season for this holiday is from mid-May till November. The average daytime temperature in May, Sep and Oct, is about +20 C to

+25 C and in summer time +28C to +35C. Some days are spent in the mountainous areas where the weather is variable. The temperature changes from +20C /afternoon/ to below +5C/+10C at night.

Health matters: Everyone should be able to participate in this holiday, without any limitation of age and physical shape. We recommend that each person will carry a small personal first aid kit. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are in good health before you join the holiday.

Insurance: It is essential that everyone has a medical and personal insurance throughout the period of participating in our tours. The policy should include hospitalization, repatriation, medical expenses and loss of baggage. You always have to carry a copy of your insurance policy with you.

Recommended Currency for Exchange: USD or EUR

Where to Exchange: Most major towans as well as villages; your guide will advise (On request)

Automatic teller Machine: In major towns as well as in most villages throughout Georgia

Credit card Acceptance: Most major towns as well as villages

Travelers Cheques: Travelers’ cheques are difficult to change.

Luggage: Please bear in mind that you should carry your own luggage, so please don’t overload yourself. Take one suitcase on wheels and daypack.

Clothing: Please take with you rain coat and warm jacket, weather is changeable in Caucasus. Also we advise you to wear comfortable sport shoes, especially for visiting mountainous regions. As for equipment, don’t forget to take swimsuit, sunglass and sunhat. Before departure we recommend you to contact.

Other details available upon request

Yours faithfully

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