6 Day Tour

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Tbilisi

According to the legend, the area of present-day Tbilisi was covered with lush forests without any inhabitants as late as 458 AD. This is the date old Georgian records indicate as the establishment of the city by King Vakhtang I Gorgasali of Iberia.The King went hunting in that heavily wooded area with a falcon. The falcon caught a pheasant, but struggled and both both birds fell into the nearby water. When the King and his army looked for the birds, they discovered the water was hot, and the birds had boiled. He was so impressed with the discovery that he decided to build a city.

Mtskheta

Mtskheta  is an ancient town of extraordinary importance to the Georgian nation, located about 20km out of Tbilisi. It was the capital of the eastern Georgian kingdom of Iberia from the 3rd century BC to the 5th century AD. Mtskheta was the site of Georgia’s adoption of Christianity in 334 and remains the headquarters of the Georgian Orthodox Church. Mtskheta is of primary interest to any travelers interested in Georgian history or Orthodox Christianity. Roam around in the scenic and old city Mtskheta whose “historical monuments” have become UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1994.The beautiful city with gravel stone walkways, forts, cathedrals, monasteries and several other monuments is situated at the confluence of Aragvi river.

Kakheti Region

Kakheti is a historical province in eastern Georgia. Kakheti, and especially the Alazani valley, is the biggest wine region of Georgia and is consider the cradle of wine. The legend states that from here the wine spread all over the world. And indeed, the main attraction of that region, besides the old churches and monasteries, are the hundreds of small and large, modern and ancient wineries, partly still run family owned.

Kazbegi

Kazbegi, now Stepantsminda may not be the average visitors “must visit” place – with the exception of the drive along the Georgian Military Highway that leads to this frontier town. But on a closer look at this mountain-town you do realize just how much it means to pause a while, breathe and begin a new journey in a town that doesn’t have more than five restaurants, where any activity is limited to long walks through mountain villages, hiking in the mountains or simply strolling alongside the river and looking up at the snow covered mountains rising above you.

Imereti

The Kingdom of Imereti  is a region of western Georgia,was a Georgian monarchy established in 1455 by a member of the house of Bagrationi when the Kingdom of Georgia was dissolved into rival kingdoms. Before that time, Imereti was considered a separate kingdom within the Kingdom of Georgia, to which a cadet branch of the Bagration royal family held the crown beginning in 1260 by David VI. Imereti is situated along the middle and upper reaches of the Rioni River.

Batumi

Plunge into the charm and magic oft Batumi. Different colors, million lights, the greatness of architecture of almost all styles.

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Itineraries

Day 1

Tbilisi Tour

City’s main sightseeing spots: 1) Discover Old City 2) Holy Trinity Cathedral 3) Overview of Tbilisi from the air by cable car 4) Enjoy a funicular ride around the city 5) Sulfur Bath (5th century) area 6) Boat Trip 7) Sioni Church Piece 8) Bridge of Friendiship 9) Rike Park 10) Freedom Suare 11) Rustaveli Avenue ( Parliament) 12) Heroe’s Square 13) Historical Monuments 14) Local cafe and restaurants Tour Duration: 7 hours. Overnight in Tbilisi.

Day 2

Mtskheta Tour

1) Jvari 2) Samtavro Monastery 3) Shio-Mgvime monastery 4) Beberi Fortress 5) End the trip with a visit to Svetitskhoveli Cathedral which dates back to the 11th Century. Tour Duration: 5 hours. Overnight in Tbilisi.

Day 3

Kakheti Region Tour

1)Signagi City of Love 2)Tsinandali House-Museum 3)Alaverdi Monastery 4)Nino Bodbe Monastery 5)Gremi Church Tour Duration: 9 Hours. Overnight in Tbilisi.

Day 4

Kazbegi Tour

1) Ananuri Castle 2) Zhinvali Dam (Hydroelectric Dam) 3) Gudauri 4) Stepantsminda 5) Gergeti Trinity Church Tour Duration: 9 Hours. Overnight in Kutaisi.

Day 5

Imereti Tour

1) Bagrati Cathedral 2) Gelati Monastery 3) Prometheus Cave 4) Sataplia Cave Tour Duration: 8 Hours. Overnight in Batumi.

Day 6

Batumi Tour

1) Old Boulevard 2) Medea Square 3) Neptune’s Square 4) Piazza Batumi Square 5) Nikolozi Church 6) Chacha Fountain (Georgian Vodka) 7) Alphabet Tower 8) New Boulevard 9) House of Justice 10) Argo Air Car Tour Duration: 8 Hours. Drive to Tbilisi. Overnight in hotel.

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– Transportation all over the tour

– Airport Transfer

– Pick up/Drop off at the hotel

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    Group Size: 4 pax
    price: $ 450 /Person