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10 Days Tour in Georgia

Price includes
Airport Pick up
Interpreter Service
Transportation
Hotels
Breakfast and Dinner
Entrance fee in all museum

per adult from

$1,501

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Duration

10 days

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  • What's included :
    • 10x Breakfast
    • Accommodation included: 9 nights
    • Entry/Admission - Stalin Museum
    • Entry/Admission - Uplistsiche Cave Town
    What's excluded :

    • Day 1: Tbilisi Airport pick-up

      Pass By: Tbilisi, Tbilisi
      Transfer to Hotel

      Meals included:
      • Breakfast
      Accommodation included: Overnight in the Hotel in Kutaisi

      Day 2: Tbilisi Tour

      Stop At: Tbilisi, Tbilisi
      Tbilisi Tour
      Duration: 5 hours

      Meals included:
      • Breakfast
      Accommodation included: Overnight in Mestia

      Day 3: Tbilisi - Mtskheta - Gudauri

      Stop At: Mtskheta, Mtskheta, Mtskheta-Mtianeti Region
      Mtskheta (Georgian: მცხეთა, translit.: mtskheta [mtsʰxɛtʰɑ]) is a city in Mtskheta-Mtianeti province of Georgia. One of the oldest cities of Georgia and its former capital, it is located approximately 20 kilometres (12 miles) north of Tbilisi, at the confluence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers. Currently a small provincial capital, for nearly a millennium until the 5th century AD, Mtskheta was large fortified city, a significant economical and political centre of the Kingdom of Iberia.

      Due to its historical significance and several cultural monuments, the "Historical Monuments of Mtskheta" became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. As the birthplace and one of the most vibrant centers of Christianity in Georgia, Mtskheta was declared as the "Holy City" by the Georgian Orthodox Church in 2014.[2]

      In 2016 the Historical Monuments of Mtskheta were placed by UNESCO under Enhanced Protection, a mechanism established by the 1999 Second Protocol to the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict.[3]
      Duration: 1 hour

      Stop At: Gudauri, Gudauri, Mtskheta-Mtianeti Region
      Gudauri (Georgian: გუდაური) is a ski resort located on the south-facing plateau of The Greater Caucasus Mountain Range in Georgia. The resort is situated in the Stepantsminda District, along the Georgian Military Highway near the Jvari Pass, at an elevation of 2,200 meters (7,200 ft.) above sea level with skiable area enjoying maximum exposure to the sun. Gudauri lies 120 km (75 mi) to the north of the capital Tbilisi and two hours drive from the Tbilisi International Airport or even a short helicopter flight from the capital. The resort offers high quality skiing opportunities.[2][citation needed] The slopes of Gudauri are completely above the tree line and are best for free-riders and are generally considered to be avalanche-safe. The ski season lasts from December to April. Heliskiing is also available throughout the season.
      Duration: 1 hour

      Meals included:
      • Breakfast
      Accommodation included: Overnight in Gudauri

      Day 4: Gudauri - Stephantsminda - Gudauri

      Stop At: Stepantsminda, Georgia
      According to tradition, Stepantsminda, literally "Saint Stephan", was named so after a Georgian Orthodox monk Stephan, who constructed a hermitage at this location on what later became the Georgian Military Highway. It came under the control of a local feudal magnate, the Chopikashvili clan, who were in charge of collecting tolls on travelers in the area in the late 18th century.

      After the expansion of the Russian Empire into the Kingdom of Georgia in the early 19th century, the people of the region revolted against Russian rule. However, the local lord Gabriel Chopikashvili, son of Kazi-Beg, remained steadfast in his loyalty to Russia and helped to suppress the revolt. In return, he was promoted to officer in the Russian Army. He adopted the surname Kazbegi, and the village under his control was also frequently referred to as "Kazbegi". In 1917-1918 Stepantsminda was taken by Germany, Turkey and The Whites, bar the last who stayed until 1922. The name was officially changed to Kazbegi under Soviet rule in 1925. Gabriel Chopikashvili-Kazbegi's grandson was the famed Georgian writer Alexander Kazbegi, who was born in this town. In 2006, the town reverted to its original name of Stepantsminda.


      Duration: 1 hour

      Meals included:
      • Breakfast
      Accommodation included: Overnight in Gudauri

      Day 5: Gudauri - Gori - Uplistsikhe - Borjomi - Bakuriani

      Stop At: Stalin Museum, 32 Stalin Avenue Stalin Park, Gori 1400 Georgia
      The Joseph Stalin Museum is a museum in Gori, Georgia dedicated to the life of Joseph Stalin, the leader of the Soviet Union, who was born in Gori. The Museum retains its Soviet-era characteristics.
      Duration: 1 hour

      Stop At: Uplistsiche Cave Town, Kvakhvreli 15 km Eastwards to Town Gori, Gori 1423 Georgia
      plistsikhe (Georgian: უფლისციხე [upʰlistsʰixɛ]; literally, "the lord's fortress") is an ancient rock-hewn town in eastern Georgia, some 10 kilometers east of the town of Gori, Shida Kartli.

      Built on a high rocky left bank of the Mtkvari River, it contains various structures dating from the Early Iron Age to the Late Middle Ages, and is notable for the unique combination of various styles of rock-cut cultures from Anatolia and Iran, as well as the co-existence of pagan and Christian architecture.[1]
      Duration: 30 minutes

      Stop At: Borjomi, Borjomi, Samtskhe-Javakheti Region
      Borjomi (Georgian: ბორჯომი) is a resort town in south-central Georgia with a population of 10,546.[1] It is one of the districts of the Samtskhe-Javakheti region and is situated in the northwestern part of the region in the picturesque Borjomi Gorge on the eastern edge of the Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park. The town is noted for its mineral water industry (which is the number one export of Georgia), the Romanov summer palace in Likani, and the World Wide Fund for Nature-site Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park. Borjomi mineral water is particularly well known in those countries which were part of the former Soviet Union; the bottling of mineral water is a major source of income for the area. Because of the supposed curative powers of the area's mineral springs, it is a frequent destination for people with health problems. Borjomi is also home to the most extensive ecologically-themed amusement park in the Caucasus.
      Duration: 1 hour

      Stop At: Bakuriani, Bakuriani, Samtskhe-Javakheti Region
      The region around Bakuriani is covered by coniferous forests (mainly made up of spruce). The resort lies 30 km (19 mi) from Borjomi and is located within the so-called Bakuriani Depression/caldera. The resort is connected with Borjomi by an electrified narrow-gauge railway. The present-day area of the town was built up by lava flows from the nearby Mukhera volcano.[4]
      Duration: 1 hour

      Meals included:
      • Breakfast
      Accommodation included: Overnight in Bakuriani

      Day 6: Bakuriani - Varzia - Akhaltsikhe - Bakuriani

      Stop At: Vardzia, Georgia
      Vardzia (Georgian: ვარძია) is a cave monastery site in southern Georgia, excavated from the slopes of the Erusheti Mountain on the left bank of the Kura River, thirty kilometres from Aspindza. The main period of construction was the second half of the twelfth century. The caves stretch along the cliff for some five hundred meters and in up to nineteen tiers. The Church of the Dormition, dating to the 1180s during the golden age of Tamar and Rustaveli, has an important series of wall paintings. The site was largely abandoned after the Ottoman takeover in the sixteenth century. Now part of a state heritage reserve, the extended area of Vardzia-Khertvisi has been submitted for future inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
      Duration: 3 hours

      Stop At: Akhaltsikhe, Akhaltsikhe, Samtskhe-Javakheti Region
      Akhaltsikhe (Georgian: ახალციხე [ɑxɑltsʰixɛ], literally "new castle"; formerly known as Lomsia) is a small city in Georgia's southwestern region (mkhare) of Samtskhe–Javakheti. It is situated on the both banks of a small river Potskhovi, which separates the city to the old city in the north and new in the south.

      In the old part of the city one can see the great Rabati Castle, built by the Ottomans around a mosque, and St. Marine's Church. The hills nearby the city harbour the Sapara Monastery (10th–14th centuries).
      Duration: 1 hour

      Meals included:
      • Breakfast
      Accommodation included: Overnight in Bakuriani

      Day 7: Bakuriani - Kutaisi - Gelati - Tskaltubo - Batumi

      Stop At: Kutaisi, Kutaisi, Imereti Region
      Kutaisi (/kuːˈtaɪsiː/,[2] Georgian: ქუთაისი [kʰutʰɑisi]) is the third-most populous city in Georgia, traditionally, second in importance, after the capital city of Tbilisi. Situated 221 kilometres (137 miles) west of Tbilisi, on the Rioni River, it is the capital of the western region of Imereti. Historically one of the major cities of Georgia, it served as the capital of the Kingdom of Georgia in the Middle Ages and later as the capital of the Kingdom of Imereti. From October 2012 to December 2018, Kutaisi briefly was the seat of the Parliament of Georgia as an effort to decentralise the Georgian government.
      Duration: 3 hours

      Stop At: Road to Gelati Monastery, Motsameta, Kutaisi 4600 Georgia
      Gelati (Georgian: გელათის მონასტერი) is a medieval monastic complex near Kutaisi in the Imereti region of western Georgia. A masterpiece of the Georgian Golden Age, Gelati was founded in 1106 by King David IV of Georgia and is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

      The Gelati Monastery is in Kutaisi, Imereti Province, Georgia. It signifies the value of the Georgian Christian orthodox religion. Inside the monastery is full of murals and an abundance amount imagery surrounding the interior of the church. It was one of the first monastery in Georgia and adds great value to the Georgian culture and beauty.

      The nickname of The Gelati Monastery is the “Golden Age of Georgia”. The monastery was built during the Byzantine Empire which is known for the use of gold aesthetic in their paintings and buildings. It was built to show how Christianity encompassed all of this land and that Georgia was filled with Christian gospel all around even high up in the mountains. As the monastery is covered in arches that stretch over mountains show how encompassing the monastery is over the mountains and over the hills.
      Duration: 1 hour

      Stop At: Motsameta Monastery, Tbilisi, Motsameta, Kutaisi 0172 Georgia
      Its name, whose meaning is the "Place of the Martyrs", is related to the brothers of a noble family of Argveti, David and Constantine, who organized a rebellion against the occupying Arabs in the 8th century.[2]

      When the rebellion failed, they were captured and then they were promised forgiveness in exchange for converting to Islam. None accepted the offer, and they were later tortured and killed, and their bodies were thrown into the river. The water turned red and in memory of this event, the river was called Ckalcitela, which means red water. According to the story, the brothers' remains were captured by the lions and taken to the hill,[3] where the Gelati monastery is located. Later, the Orthodox Church of Georgia recognized them as Saints, and in the 11th century, the king Bagrat IV of Georgia founded a temple there.[2][3] Officials from the Bolshevik secret police in 1923 took the remains of David and Constantine from the Gelati monastery to the museum in Kutaisi, but this caused such a scandal that the relics were delivered quickly and are still in the monasteries today.[4] According to legend, there is a secret passage between the Motsameta monasteries and the Gelati monastery, used during the wars.
      Duration: 1 hour

      Stop At: Tskaltubo, Tskaltubo, Kutaisi, Imereti Region
      Tskaltubo (Georgian: წყალტუბო) is a spa resort in west-central Georgia. It is located at around 42°20′23″N 42°35′57″E. It is the main town of the Tsqaltubo Municipality of the Imereti province. It is famous for its radon-carbonate mineral springs, whose natural temperature of 33–35 °C (91–95 °F) enables the water to be used without preliminary heating.

      The resort's focus is on balneotherapy for circulatory, nervous, musculo-skeletal, gynaecological and skin diseases, but since the 1970s its repertoire has included "speleotherapy", in which the cool dust-free environment of local caves is said to benefit pulmonary diseases.

      Tskaltubo was especially popular in the Soviet era, attracting around 125,000 visitors a year. Bathhouse 9 features a frieze of Stalin, and visitors can see the private pool where he bathed on his visits.

      Currently the spa receives only some 700 visitors a year, and since 1993 many of the sanatorium complexes have been devoted to housing some 9000 refugees, primarily women and children, displaced from their homes by ethnic conflict in Abkhazia.
      Duration: 1 hour

      Stop At: Batumi, Batumi, Adjara Region
      Batumi (/bɑːˈtuːmi/; Georgian: ბათუმი [bɑtʰumi]) is the capital of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara and the third-largest city of Georgia, located on the coast of the Black Sea in the country's southwest.[1] It is situated in a Subtropical Zone at the foot of Caucasus. Much of Batumi's economy revolves around tourism and gambling (It is nicknamed "The Las Vegas of the Black Sea"), but the city is also an important sea port and includes industries like shipbuilding, food processing and light manufacturing. Since 2010, Batumi has been transformed by the construction of modern high-rise buildings, as well as the restoration of classical 19th-century edifices lining its historic Old Town.
      Duration: 1 hour

      Meals included:
      • Breakfast
      Accommodation included: Overnight in Batumi

      Day 8: Batumi - Gonio

      Stop At: Gonio, Gonio, Adjara Region
      According to the archaeological data, the oldest settlement in Gonio dates back VIII-VII BC. In the first century AD, the fortress Apsarunti was built in Gonio.[5] After the 12th century it was called Gonio Fortress.[6] From 1547 to 1878 Gonio was occupied by Ottomans. After the Russian-Turkish war of 1877-1878 Gonio became Georgian again. According to the Treaty of San Stefano Gonio, as well as the whole Adjara, was given to Russian Empire. Gonio, as village became the part of Batumi district. At the same time it was the center of Gonio police. From 1930 Gonio was a part of Khelvachauri region. In 2011, after Batumi expanded borders, it got into the administrative boundaries of the city.
      Duration: 1 hour

      Stop At: Batumi, Batumi, Adjara Region
      Batumi (/bɑːˈtuːmi/; Georgian: ბათუმი [bɑtʰumi]) is the capital of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara and the third-largest city of Georgia, located on the coast of the Black Sea in the country's southwest.[1] It is situated in a Subtropical Zone at the foot of Caucasus. Much of Batumi's economy revolves around tourism and gambling (It is nicknamed "The Las Vegas of the Black Sea"), but the city is also an important sea port and includes industries like shipbuilding, food processing and light manufacturing. Since 2010, Batumi has been transformed by the construction of modern high-rise buildings, as well as the restoration of classical 19th-century edifices lining its historic Old Town.[2]
      Duration: 1 hour

      Meals included:
      • Breakfast
      Accommodation included: Overnight in Batumi

      Day 9: Batumi - Tbilisi

      Pass By: Tbilisi, Tbilisi
      Tbilisi Tour

      Meals included:
      • Breakfast
      Accommodation included: Overnight in Tbilisi

      Day 10: Departure

      Pass By: Tbilisi, Tbilisi
      Transfer to the Airport Tbilisi

      Meals included:
      • Breakfast
      No accommodation included on this day.
    • Departure Point :
      Traveler pickup is offeredAirports
      • Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport, Tbilisi Georgia
      Ports
      • batumi
      Departure Time :
      Suppliers and travelers coordinate start times within the given time periods. 1/3/2020 - 6/22/2022
      Monday - Sunday:08:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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      Hotel Pickup :
      • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
      • Infants must sit on laps
      • Infant seats available
      • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
      • Service animals allowed
      • Near public transportation
      • Not wheelchair accessible
      • Most travelers can participate
      • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
    • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
    • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

    Language

    English - Guide

    Age Req.

    -

    Fitness Req.

    None

    Group Size

    15

    Organised by Gtrip

    Activity ID: V-228462P4

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