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Day 1

Arrival in Tbilisi. Transfer airport – hotel

Rest in the hotel.

Free time

Day 2

Breakfast at the hotel


During the tour you are given the opportunity to see the sights of the city, visit architectural and historical monuments reflecting the 1500-year history of the capital. For the old city is characterized by a kind of architecture, residential buildings are different balconies with Georgian carvings, the streets are narrow, paved. It is significant that it is in the old city that there are temples of six different religions. Today you will see the architectural wonders of the capital:

Cathedral “Sameba” – a symbol of the Georgian revival, unity and immortality. It rises in the center of Tbilisi at the top of the mountain of sv. Ilya.
Cathedral “Metekhi” – founded in the 13th century. The temple is the burial of St. Shushaniki, the first Georgian martyr. And next to the church there is a monument to the founder of the city, Vakhtang Gorgasali. Metekhi is a true symbol of the Georgian faith, culture and history.
Visiting the building of the Italian architect, the face of modern Tbilisi – the Bridge of Peace.
On the left bank of the bridge is the temple of Sioni, founded in the 6th century. The venerable age of the temple is also indicated by the fact that its floor now lies almost three meters below the surface of the pavement. A sightseeing tour of Tbilisi includes visits to the following places:

Abanotubani – this is where the history of the construction of Tbilisi begins, because “tbili” in Georgian means “warm”. Finding these sources, King Gorgasali ordered to build a city here. In the old days, magical properties of healing were attributed to these sources, but even now everyone knows the benefits of sulfur baths. Falls Legvtahevi.
Walk along the street Shardeni. A few years ago, it began to be restored, assuming that it would be a town of craftsmen, like Montmartre (Paris), but now it’s rather Champs Elysees with numerous restaurants and cafes, boutiques and a few salons.
Visit to the mountain “Mtatsminda”, where the famous and amazing Park “Funicular” is located, from which the whole Tbilisi is in full view.
Lunch at a restaurant on Mtatsminda

Tasting and acquaintance with the technology of production of Georgian wines, in the wine boutique VITA WINE in Tbilisi.

We will look into the jeweler’s workshop and see the technique of creating the famous Georgian enamel – Minancari, which is over 1000 years old!

Rest in the hotel

Day 3

Tbilisi – Mtskheta – Jvari – Tskaltubo

Breakfast at the hotel.

Departure to Mtskheta

Jvari (VI century), the Church of the Holy Cross on top of the mountain at the confluence of Kura and Aragvi, where, according to legend, holy Equal to the Apostles Nina erected, one of the masterpieces of world architecture and the first Georgian monument to UNESCO World Heritage.

In the main cross of the temple is kept a particle of the Life-giving Cross of the Lord.

Svetitskhoveli (1010-1029), at the base of which the Heaton Lord, one of the main Christian shrines, is buried, as well as the burial place of many Georgian kings. Here is a part of the life-giving pillar.

Lunch in the picturesque Rikoti gorge in Western Georgia. (for extra charge)

Departure to Tskaltubo

Free time

Rest in hotel Tskaltubo

Day 4

Imereti – the famous wine region of Georgia

Visit to the Wine Factory “Khareba”. Tasting of several brands of wines and inspection of vineyards.

Swimming at Sazano Falls


Kutaisi tour – visit to the Bagrati Temple

Rest in hotel in Tskaltubo

Day 5

Prometheus Cave – Martvili Canyons – Salkhino – Tea Tasting – Batumi

Breakfast at the hotel. Exemption numbers.

Departure to Batumi

 A visit to the Prometheus Cave is a great opportunity to get to know the wonders of nature that Georgia harbors. Ancient Greek mythology tells that Prometheus was chained to a rock in a deep cave of the Caucasus as a punishment for teaching people to make fire. The natural palaces stretching underground are beautifully lit and equipped: a shimmering light falls on the stalagmites, small walkways are thrown across the underground rivers, and you can take a boat ride along the underground lake. From the depths comes the sound of a melody, to which is added the sound of water dripping from above.


Canyons – Gachedili. During the excursion you will take a ride on an inflatable boat through the Gachedili canyons. The length of this nature reserve reaches 2400 meters, while the depth ranges from 20 to 40 meters. You will see a step-cascade waterfall, 12 meters high.

A visit to the Dadiani estate in Salkhino We will visit tea plantations in Samegrelo. We will taste the best teas and buy for ourselves and friends as a gift.

Dinner at the factory

Departure to Batumi

Rest in a hotel in Batumi

Day 6

Batumi – Botanical Garden

Breakfast at the hotel.

Visit the famous Botanical Garden. This is a real Eden, come down from the biblical pages. Bamboo grove and cactus plantations, a Japanese garden with blossoming sakura and amazingly beautiful planting of blue eucalyptus trees, huge spruces planted along the avenue, and endlessly intertwining roots of ancient lianas. From the observation deck offers a magnificent and fascinating view of the coast and the slopes of Cape Verde.

Lunch at the restaurant (for extra charge)

In the evening – a tour of Batumi and musical fountains. An exciting walk through the evening Batumi will long remain in your memory. You visit the Seaside Park – the boulevard, which stretches for 12 km along the beach, Piazza Square, the fountain of Neptune, the Argonauts square with the statue of Medea with the Golden Fleece, where you will hear an interesting story about the legendary Colchis and the fabulous love of Medea and Jason. You will see dancing fountains and a laser show with a 3D image.

Rest and overnight in a hotel in Batumi

Day 7

Batumi-Mountain Adjara

Breakfast at the hotel.

Excursion to the resort towns of Adjara. Swimming in the sea in the border bay with clear turquoise water Sarpi. Gonio Fortress (I century BC), waterfalls of mountainous Adjara and the historical arch bridge of the time of Queen Tamar. Stops in picturesque places for photos!

Adzhar dinner (for extra charge: from 15 GEL). Return to Batumi

At will walk on the ship or on the yacht, fishing (for an additional fee)

Day 8

Batumi-Georgian Ceramics – Fragrant Bread “Nazuki” – Borjomi – Tbilisi – Airport

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Borjomi with small coffee stops.

 Our road lies through the picturesque Rikoti pass. Having made a small stop, we will definitely try the most delicious sweet Georgian nazuki bread. Fragrant cinnamon-scented bread, fragrant with cinnamon, and hot with heat – what could be better! And in the village of Shrosha we will visit the pottery market. The best ceramics can be purchased here! Unique national clay products will be a good memory of Georgia!

We leave in the direction of Tbilisi. We call in Borjomi. Borjomi is a resort town in Samtskhe-Javakheti, a region in southwestern Georgia. The city is famous for its mineral water Borjomi, which occupies the first position in exports in Georgia. Located in the Borjomi gorge of Kura, at an altitude of 800-850 meters above sea level. This resort is surrounded by mountains, which are covered with forests. The name of the city comes from the words “Borj” (“fortress wall”) and “omi” (“war”). According to an ancient legend, Borjomi was founded as a natural fortress, the walls of which served as the Caucasus Mountains. Guard towers were built on the slopes of the gorge to protect against the enemies, the remains of which still exist today.

Walking through the Park, around the city, tasting mineral water.

Cable car


Next – Chitakhevo Monastery of St. George – Green Monastery

In Borjomi gorge, in the most beautiful place is Chitakhevo monastery of St. George. People lovingly call it the “Green Monastery”, since all the trees in the gorge are distinguished by shades of green, like the stones from which the monastery is built. They are all green, but some are dark and others are light.

According to scientists, the church was built by the disciples of the famous Georgian figure of St. Grigol Khantsteli – Christopher and Theodore.

In the 16th century, during the invasion of Shah Tamaz, the monastery was plundered. Dozens of monks were killed or tortured. The stones shed by the monks were absorbed by stones thrown into the Chitahevi River. These bloody stones lie almost the entire length of the river, which flows through the territory of the monastery.

For centuries, worship in the temple was not conducted. In the 80s of the last century, the temple was restored. And in 2002, after many centuries, the monastery began to operate.

Arrival in Tbilisi.

Free time

Transfer to Tbilisi Airport

Tour completion

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