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7 Days in Georgia - All inclusive Tour

Tour is offered by the professional, global Travel Company 3Line Group, which provides only ALL-INCLUSIVE and ORGANISED tours in GEORGIA and 10 more other countries.

This tour includes all activities, which helps travellers to discover Georgian traditions, beauty, hospitality, degustation of Georgian wine and Cuisine! We can make your holidays unbelievable and joyful.

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Duration

7 days

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  • What's included :
    • 6x Breakfast
    • 6x Dinner
    • 5x Lunch
    • Accommodation included: 6 nights
    • Transfer From Airport
    • Transfer To Airport
    • Hotel Pick-Up
    • Hotel Drop-off
    • Private Guiding
    • Local Restaurants
    • Cultural Expedition
    • Air-conditioned vehicle
    • Private transportation
    • All Fees and Taxes
    • Fun and Joy
    • Welcome Package
    • Breakfast at the Hotel
    • Lunch Boxes
    • Off-Roading
    • Food Degustation
    • Wine Degustation
    • Georgian Beer Degustation
    • Vodka Degustation
    • Bottle of Water
    • Entry/Admission - Tbilisi International Airport
    • Entry/Admission - Tbilisi View Hotel
    • Entry/Admission - Machakhela
    • Entry/Admission - Rike Park
    • Entry/Admission - Mother of Georgia
    • Entry/Admission - Sighnaghi Wall
    • Entry/Admission - Ananuri Fortified Castle Ensemble
    • Entry/Admission - Gveleti Waterfall
    • Entry/Admission - Sataplia Nature Reserve
    • Entry/Admission - Vardzia
    • Entry/Admission - Rabati Castle
    • Entry/Admission - Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park
    What's excluded :
    • Travel Insurance
    • Personal Expenses
    • Flight Tickets

  • Day 1: Private Transfer from Tbilisi Airport

    Stop At: Tbilisi International Airport, Tbilisi, Georgia
    Tour includes transfer from Tbilisi Airport, our driver and guide will meet you there and drive to your hotel.
    Duration: 40 minutes

    Stop At: Tbilisi View Hotel, Tbilisi, Georgia
    Accommodation is included. It would be a 3* Hotel in the centre of Tbilisi.
    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Machakhela, 23 Ovanes Tumaniani St, T'bilisi, Georgia
    We will organise a welcome dinner at the local Georgian restaurant. Where you'll be able to try Khachapuri, Khinkali and Wine.
    Duration: 2 hours

    Meals included:
    • Dinner: At the Local Restaurant.
    Accommodation included: Overnight at 3* Hotel in the centre of Tbilisi.

    Day 2: Tbilisi & Mtskheta

    Stop At: Tsminda Sameba Cathedral, Elia Hill, Tbilisi Georgia
    The Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi commonly known as Sameba is the main cathedral of the Georgian Orthodox Church located in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. Constructed between 1995 and 2004, it is the third-tallest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in the world and one of the largest religious buildings in the world by total area. Sameba is a synthesis of traditional styles dominating the Georgian church architecture at various stages in history and has some Byzantine undertones. The construction of the church was proclaimed as a "symbol of the Georgian national and spiritual revival" and was sponsored mostly by anonymous donations from several businessmen and common citizens. On November 23, 2004, on St. George's Day, the cathedral was consecrated by Catholicos-Patriarch of Georgia Ilia II and high-ranking representatives of fellow Orthodox Churches of the world. The ceremony was also attended by leaders of other religious and confessional communities in Georgia as well as by political leaders. Designed in a traditional Georgian style but with greater vertical emphasis, and "regarded as an eyesore by many people, it is equally venerated by as many others". The Cathedral has a cruciform plan with a dome over a crossing resting on eight columns. At the same time, the parameters of the dome are independent of the apses, imparting a more monumental look to the dome and the church in general. The dome is surmounted by a 7.5-meter tall gilded gold cross. For sure one of the highlights of Georgian churches and Cathedrals.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Metekhi Cathedral, Metekhi St, Tbilisi Georgia
    Metekhi is a history of Tbilisi, Georgia, located on the elevated cliff that overlooks the Mtkvari river. The neighbourhood is home to the eponymous Metekhi Church of Assumption. The district was one of the earliest inhabited areas on the city’s territory. According to traditional accounts, King Vakhtang I Gorgasali erected here a church and a fort which served also as a king’s residence; hence comes to the name Metekhi which dates back to the 12th century and literally means “the area around the palace”. Tradition holds that it was also a site where the 5th-century martyr lady Saint Shushanik was buried. However, none of these structures has survived the Mongol invasion of 1235.

    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Rike Park, The left bank of the Mtkvari River, Tbilisi Georgia
    Rike park is considered to be the youngest recreational area in Tbilisi. It is situated on the left bank of the river Kura (Mtkvari) and already has become a popular place for both local and international visitors, especially families, and in summer. The Rike park is quite easy to find, as its main entrance is right from the beautiful pedestrian ‘Bridge of Peace’. The park is a host to numerous entertainment facilities like singing and dancing fountains, artificial climbing wall, children’s maze, mega-chess board, as well as footpaths and quiet corners. The start Point of a newly opened cable car that takes visitors up to Narikala fortress is located in the Rike park, as well as a number of fancy bars and restaurants.

    Duration: 20 minutes

    Stop At: Mother of Georgia, Sololaki St, T'bilisi, Georgia
    The statue was erected on the top of Sololaki hill in 1958, the year Tbilisi celebrated its 1500th anniversary. Prominent Georgian sculptor Elguja Amashukeli designed the twenty-metre aluminium figure of a woman in Georgian national dress. She symbolizes the Georgian national character: in her left hand she holds a bowl of wine to greet those who come as friends, and in her right hand is a sword for those who come as enemies.

    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Narikala Fortress, Tbilisi Georgia
    Narikala is an ancient fortress overlooking Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, and the Kura River. The fortress consists of two walled sections on a steep hill between the sulphur baths and the botanical gardens of Tbilisi.

    St Nicholas church is standing in the middle of Narikala Fortress, it was newly built in 1996–1997 and replaced the original 13th-century church that was destroyed in a fire. The new church is of "prescribed cross" type, having doors on three sides.[1] The internal part of the church is decorated with the frescoes showing scenes both from the Bible and history of Georgia.

    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Old Town (Altstadt) Tbilisi, Tbilisi Georgia
    Abanotubani is the ancient district of Tbilisi, Georgia, known for its sulfuric baths. Located at the eastern bank of the Mtkvari River at the foot of Narikala fort across Metekhisubani, Abanotubani is an important historic part of the city — the place, where according to a legend the King of Iberia, Vakhtang Gorgasali’s falcon fell, leading to a discovery of the hot springs and, subsequently, to founding of a new capital.

    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, Arsukidze, Mtskheta 3300 Georgia
    The original church was built in 4th century A.D. during the reign of Mirian III of Kartli (Iberia). St. Nino is said to have chosen the confluence of the Mtkvari (Kura) and Aragvi rivers as the place of the first Georgian Church. According to Georgian hagiography, in the 1st century AD, a Georgian Jew from Mtskheta named Elias was in Jerusalem when Jesus was crucified. Elias bought Jesus’ robe from a Roman soldier at Golgotha and brought it back to Georgia. Returning to his native city, he was met by his sister Sidonia who upon touching the robe immediately died from the emotions engendered by the sacred object. The robe could not be removed from her grasp, so she was buried with it. The place where Sidonia is buried with Christ's robe is preserved in the Cathedral. Later, from her grave grew an enormous cedar tree. Ordering the cedar chopped down to build the church, St. Nino had seven columns made from it for the church’s foundation. The seventh column, however, had magical properties and rose by itself into the air. It returned to earth after St. Nino prayed the whole night. It was further said that from the magical seventh column a sacred liquid flowed that cured people of all diseases. In Georgian sveti means "pillar" and tskhoveli means "life-giving" or "living", hence the name of the cathedral. An icon portraying this event can be seen in the second column on the right-hand from the entrance. Reproduced widely throughout Georgia, it shows Sidonia with an angel lifting the column in heaven. Saint Nino is in the foreground: King Mirian and his wife, Queen Nana, are to the right and left. Georgia officially adopted Christianity as its state religion in 337.

    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Jvari Church, Mtskheta Georgia
    Jvari Monastery stands on the rocky mountaintop at the confluence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers, overlooking the town of Mtskheta, which was formerly the capital of the Kingdom of Iberia. According to traditional accounts, on this location in the early 4th century Saint Nino, a female evangelist credited with converting King Mirian III of Iberia to Christianity erected a large wooden cross on the site of a pagan temple. The cross was reportedly able to work miracles and therefore drew pilgrims from all over the Caucasus. A small church was erected over the remnants of the wooden cross in c.545 named the "Small Church of Jvari". The present building, or "Great Church of Jvari", is generally held to have been built between 590 and 605 by Erismtavari Stepanoz I. This is based on the Jvari inscriptions on its facade which mentions the principal builders of the church: Stephanos the Patricius, Demetrius the Hypatos, and Adarnase the Hypatos. Professor Cyril Toumanoff disagrees with this view, identifying these individuals as Stepanoz II, Demetre (brother of Stepanoz I), and Adarnase II (son of Stepanoz II), respectively. The importance of Jvari complex increased over time and attracted many pilgrims. In the late Middle Ages, the complex was fortified by a stone wall and gate, remnants of which still survive. During the Soviet period, the church was preserved as a national monument, but access was rendered difficult by tight security at a nearby military base. After the independence of Georgia, the building was restored to active religious use. Jvari was listed together with other monuments of Mtskheta in 1994 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Duration: 30 minutes

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast: At the Hotel.
    • Lunch: At the Wine Cellar.
    • Dinner: At the Local Restaurant.
    Accommodation included: Overnight at 3* Hotel in the centre of Tbilisi.

    Day 3: City Sighnaghi

    Stop At: Bodbe Monastery of St. Nino, Signagi Georgia
    Sighnaghi is located in the Kakheti region of Georgia, settled since the Paleolithic period. Sighnaghi as a settlement is first recorded in the early 18th century. In 1762, King Heraclius II of Georgia sponsored the construction of the town and erected a fortress to defend the area from marauding attacks by Dagestan tribesmen.

    As of the 1770 census, Signagi was settled by 100 families, chiefly craftsmen and merchants. When Georgia was annexed by Imperial Russia in 1801, Signagi was officially granted town status and became a centre of Signakh within Tiflis Governorate in 1802. In 1812, Sighnak joined the rebellion with the rest of Kakheti against the Russian rule. During the Caucasian War, the town "was considered an important point on account of its proximity to" Dagestan.

    The town quickly rose in its size and population and became an agricultural centre, but later a major reconstruction project recently launched by the Government of Georgia and co-funded by several international organizations intends to address an increasing tourist interest and modernize infrastructure.
    Duration: 40 minutes

    Stop At: Sighnaghi Ethnographic Park, Signagi Georgia
    Sighnaghi is located in the Kakheti region of Georgia, settled since the Paleolithic period. Sighnaghi as a settlement is first recorded in the early 18th century. In 1762, King Heraclius II of Georgia sponsored the construction of the town and erected a fortress to defend the area from marauding attacks by Dagestan tribesmen.

    As of the 1770 census, Signagi was settled by 100 families, chiefly craftsmen and merchants. When Georgia was annexed by Imperial Russia in 1801, Signagi was officially granted town status and became a centre of Signakh within Tiflis Governorate in 1802. In 1812, Sighnak joined the rebellion with the rest of Kakheti against the Russian rule. During the Caucasian War, the town "was considered an important point on account of its proximity to" Dagestan.

    The town quickly rose in its size and population and became an agricultural centre, but later a major reconstruction project recently launched by the Government of Georgia and co-funded by several international organizations intends to address an increasing tourist interest and modernize infrastructure.

    Duration: 2 hours

    Stop At: Sighnaghi Wall, Sighnaghi, Georgia
    During the day you'll have the chance to try the best sorts of Georgian organic HOMEMADE wine and vodka at the local wine cellar.
    Duration: 1 hour

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast: At the Hotel.
    • Lunch: Georgian Sweets and Snacks.
    • Dinner: At the local Wine Cellar (Restaurant).
    Accommodation included: Overnight at 3* Hotel in the centre of Tbilisi.

    Day 4: Kazbegi & Ananuri

    Stop At: Jinvali Water Reservoir, 40 km to the North from Tbilisi, Tbilisi Georgia
    The Zhinvali Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Aragvi River in the Caucasus Mountains in Zhinvali, Georgia. The Zhinvali Hydroelectric Power Plant has two turbines with a nominal capacity of 65 MW each having a total capacity of 130 MW. The building of the dam in 1986 formed the Zhinvali Reservoir.
    Duration: 20 minutes

    Stop At: Ananuri Fortified Castle Ensemble, Georgian Military Highway Near Zhinvali Reservoir, Ananuri 1803 Georgia
    Ananuri was a castle and seat of the eristavis (Dukes) of Aragvi, a feudal dynasty which ruled the area from the 13th century. The castle was the scene of numerous battles.

    In 1739, Ananuri was attacked by forces from a rival duchy, commanded by Shanshe of Ksani and was set on fire. The Aragvi clan was massacred. However, four years later, the local peasants revolted against rule by the Shamshe, killing the usurpers and inviting King Teimuraz II to rule directly over them. However, in 1746, King Teimuraz was forced to suppress another peasant uprising, with the help of King Erekle II of Kakheti. The fortress remained in use until the beginning of the 19th century. In 2007, the complex has been on the tentative list for inclusion into the UNESCO World Heritage Site program.
    Duration: 40 minutes

    Stop At: Gudauri Tour, Tbilisi Georgia
    Gudauri 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 Cross 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 Gudauri Resort area and Mount Kazbek massif are excellent for Ski touring - is a great way to access nature as it was intended to be seen. The lifts provide easy access to the mountain wilderness that makes this region special.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Kobi Ski Resort, Kobi-Gudauri, Kobi, Georgia
    The mineral volcanic water reservoir is located near to the village Kobi. The mountain is cover with red-brown minerals and salt. This makes it unique and attractive to tourists. Visitors can climb on the hill without any difficulties.
    Duration: 20 minutes

    Stop At: Gergeti Trinity Church, Near the Village of Gergeti, Stepantsminda Georgia
    Is a popular name for Holy Trinity Church near the village of Gergeti in Georgia. The church is situated on the right bank of the river Chkheri, at an elevation of 2170 meters (7120 feet), under Mount Kazbegi. The Gergeti Trinity Church was built in the 14th century and is the only cross-cupola church in Khevi province. The separate belltower dates from the same period as the church itself. Its isolated location on top of a steep mountain surrounded by the vastness of nature has made it a symbol for Georgia. The 18th-century Georgian author Vakhushti Batonishvili wrote that in times of danger, precious relics from Mtskheta, including Saint Nino's Cross were brought here for safekeeping. During the Soviet era, all religious services were prohibited, but the church remained a popular tourist destination. The church is now an active establishment of the Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church. The church is a popular waypoint for trekkers in the area and can be reached by a steep 1 1/2 hour climb up the mountain, or around 30 minutes by jeep up a rough mountain trail.
    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Gveleti Waterfall, Stepantsminda Georgia
    Gveleti Waterfall is a natural waterfall in wild nature, nearby to the Russian border.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast: At the Hotel.
    • Lunch: Georgian Sweets and Snacks.
    • Dinner: At the Local Restaurant.
    Accommodation included: Overnight at 3* Hotel in the centre of Tbilisi.

    Day 5: City Kutaisi

    Stop At: Bagrati Cathedral, Bagrati Street, Kutaisi 4600 Georgia
    The Bagrati Cathedral is frequently used as the symbol of the city of Kutaisi. It was built during the reign of King Bagrat III (hence the name) in the 11th-century but was severely devastated in 1692 during the Ottoman invasion. The Bagrati Cathedral sits on a hill just above Kutaisi and offers a magnificent view of the city. It was a Unesco World Heritage Site listed in 1994.

    Duration: 40 minutes

    Stop At: Road to Gelati Monastery, Motsameta, Kutaisi 4600 Georgia
    Gelati, which is a monastic complex near Kutaisi. It contains the Church of the Virgin founded by the King of Georgia known as David the Builder in 1106 and the 13th-century Churches of St. George and St. Nicholas. The site is renowned for its collection of 12th to 19th-century mosaics, wall paintings, enamels and metalwork. King David the Builder began constructing the monastery and academy in 1106 as a grand tribute to his victory over the Turks. The academy was one of the first institutions of higher education founded in the Middle Ages and became a principal cultural centre in Georgia. In 1994, Gelati was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and in 2006 was included on the list of Immovable Monuments of Georgian Cultural Heritage.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Motsameta Monastery, Tbilisi, Motsameta, Kutaisi 0172 Georgia
    Motsameta Monastery is smaller and quieter than the one in Gelati, although its cliff-edge setting is more spectacular by far. It is located 6km out of Kutaisi, off the Gelati road. In the 11th century, King Bagrat III built a monastery on the foundations of the destroyed eighth-century church in honour of the two brothers, now national heroes and saints in the Georgian Orthodox Church. Their tomb rests on two carved lions at the top of a side altar in the church. The lions are connected with the legend of David and Constantine Mkheidze, for it is believed that they appeared to bring the bodies of the brothers up from the river to the church. Believers also hold that if you walk three times through the small passage beneath the saints' tomb without touching the walls, your prayers will be answered. Take the turning marked by a photo of the church and follow this track for a couple of kilometres. This little monastery has a spectacular setting on a cliff-top promontory above a bend of the Tskhaltsitela River. Situated dizzily high above the ravine of the Tskhaltsitela River, the monastery offers awe-inspiring views of the river and the surrounding countryside from any number of buildings and points on the grounds. Extremely isolated and seldom visited by tourists, this place will give you an unadulterated taste of the monastic life. As you walk to the monastery, you'll see strips of coloured cloth tied to the myrtle bushes and fig and pomegranate trees that flank the lane. These are votive offerings, placed there in hopes that prayer might be granted.
    Duration: 40 minutes

    Stop At: Sataplia Nature Reserve, M111, Georgia
    Sataplia is known for its dinosaur traces which were discovered by Kutaisi environmentalist P. Chabukiani, who detected there a settlement of the primitive man, together with the footprints of a dinosaur. The Sataplia karst cave begins from the north and leads to the east, it lies 6 kilometres northwest of Kutaisi within Sataplia state preserve. The 300 meters long, 10 meters high and 12-meter wide karst cave abounds in stalactites and stalagmites and spring winds along its bottom. The air and water temperatures in the Sataplia karst cave are nearly equal ( 12 to 13 Celsius). There is a speleological museum near it now.
    Duration: 1 hour

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast: At the Hotel.
    • Lunch: Lunch Boxes and soft drinks.
    • Dinner: At the Local Restaurant.
    Accommodation included: Overnight at 3* Hotel in the centre of Kutaisi.

    Day 6: Borjomi

    Stop At: Vardzia, Erusheti Mountain, Aspindza 383770 Georgia
    Vardzia 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: 1 hour

    Stop At: Rabati Castle, Akhaltsikhe Georgia
    is a fortress in Akhaltsikhe, Georgia. Originally established in the 9th century as the Lomisa Castle, it was completely rebuilt by Ottomans. Most of the surviving buildings date from the 17th and 18th centuries. According to the Georgian Chronicles the city was established in the 9th century by Guaram Mampal, son of the King of Tao. From the 13th to the end of 14th centuries it was the capital city of Samtskhe-Saatabago, ruled by the Georgian princely family and a ruling dynasty of the Principality of Samtskhe, the House of Jaqeli.

    In 1393 the city was attacked by the armies of Tamerlane. After the Treaty of Constantinople in 1590, the whole territory of Samtskhe-Saatabago came under the rule of Ottoman Empire. Turks Mostly used to build defensive edifices. In 1752 the first mosque was built in Rabati. After a lot of wars and attacks, the fortress stood up and later it was extensively rebuilt and renovated in 2011-2012 in order to attract more tourists to the area.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park, Borjomi Georgia
    Borjomi is a resort town in south-central Georgia, The town is noted for its the World Wide Fund for Nature-site Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park and mineral water industry with unique healing qualities and taste. It’s been known for centuries, that this water was unique, but it really becomes famous during Russian reign in Georgia. Borjomi water won its first gold medal in 1907 in Belgium. The water has been bottled since 1896. Borjomi is also home to the most extensive ecologically-themed amusement park in the Caucasus.
    Duration: 1 hour

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast: At the Hotel.
    • Lunch: Georgian Sweets and Snacks.
    • Dinner: At the Local Restaurant.
    Accommodation included: Overnight at 3* Hotel in the centre of Tbilisi.

    Day 7: Private Transfer to Tbilisi Airport

    Stop At: Tbilisi Mall, D. Aghmashenebeli Alley, 16th km, Tbilisi Georgia
    On the last day, our guide will help you to check-out from the hotel, and you will then have some shopping time before the driver and the guide take you to Tbilisi International Airport.

    Duration: 2 hours

    Stop At: Tbilisi International Airport, Tbilisi, Georgia
    Tour includes transfer to Tbilisi International Airport, our driver and guide will take you there and help you to get a flight.
    Duration: 40 minutes

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast: At the Hotel.
    No accommodation included on this day.
  • Departure Point :
    Shota Rustaveli Avenue, Shota Rustaveli Ave, T'bilisi, Georgia
    Traveler pickup is offered
    We will pick you up from your hotel.
    Return Detail :
    Returns to original departure point
    Hotel Pickup :
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • A current valid passport is required on the day of travel
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Near public transportation
    • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
    • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
    • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
    • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
  • All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

Language

English - Guide

Age Req.

-

Fitness Req.

None

Group Size

15

Organised by 3line Travel

Activity ID: V-109820P14

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