The Best Things to See and Do in Georgia in Spring 2023

Spring in Georgia is a time of renewal and beauty. As the weather warms up, the trees start to bud and the flowers begin to bloom. It's the perfect time to visit Tbilisi or Kutaisi and experience the city's vibrant culture and rich history. In the spring, you can take a leisurely walk through the old city or have a picnic in the Botanical Garden, surrounded by Georgia's diverse flora. You can also visit the Ethnographic Museum of Tbilisi near Turtle Lake to learn more about the way of life in the old times.

 

If you're looking to hit the slopes, Georgia also has several ski resorts that are open in the spring, till the middle of April. Gudauri, Mestia, and Bakuriani are all popular destinations for skiing and snowboarding during the winter months. So why wait? Plan your spring getaway to Georgia now and experience all that this beautiful country has to offer!

 

If you're looking for a more outdoorsy experience, spring is one of the best times to visit the Kartli region for an excursion to Gori, Uplistsikhe, or Borjomi. Don't miss the opportunity to take stunning photos among the poppy fields on your way to these destinations. In May, you can see the rainbow desert in the Kakheti region in all its glory. This is also a great area for birdwatching and light hiking.

 

Spring is the season of new-harvest amber wine, and hundreds of winemakers from all over Georgia come to Tbilisi to present their works at the annual wine festival, held in Mtatsminda Park in May. Don't forget to try some of the Georgian's seasonal dishes like chakapuli, spring herb pkhali, green lobio, and wild leek as well.

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Armenia: Dilijan – Sevan – Sevanavank Monastery

Armenia: Dilijan – Sevan – Sevanavank Monastery

Experience a stunning one-day tour to Armenia from Tbilisi! Your journey begins with a pickup from your hotel and a drive to the beautiful town of Dilijan. Here, you'll visit Lake Parz, a picturesque natural lake located in the Dilijan National Park. The name "Parz" means "clear" in Armenian.   Take a leisurely stroll along Sharambeyan Street, also known as "Little Switzerland" for its wood and stone houses nestled among forested hills. This area is home to many Armenian artists, musicians, and filmmakers, and is a great place to browse small shops and visit art galleries and museums.   Next, continue on to Lake Sevan, the "Jewel of Armenia" and one of the largest high-mountain freshwater lakes in the world. While there, be sure to visit the Sevanavank Monastery, a beautiful example of medieval Armenian architecture. This comprehensive tour offers the perfect blend of natural beauty and cultural exploration, making it a must-see destination for travellers from all around the globe. Looking for a reliable private transfer to Armenia from Tbilisi? Duration Difficulty Type Language English 12 hours Normal Private Russian Meeting point: Hotel pick-up and drop-off from Tbilisi Includes: Private transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle Guide service Bottled water Entry/Admission - Monastery Sevanavank Exclusions: Lunch (you will need to budget for this separately) Gratuities (optional) Visa fees for guests who need a visa to enter Armenia
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Dashbashi canyon and Didgori Mount

Dashbashi canyon and Didgori Mount

Dashbashi Canyon(Tsalka canyon) is located at an altitude of 1100-1500 meters and is 8 km in length. The canyon occupies 669 hectares and is full of spectacular waterfalls and caves. In 2016, Dashbashi Canyon was recognized as a Natural Monument in Georgia. Canyons of Tsalka or Dashbashi canyons is one of the most impressive natural monuments of Georgia, green and beautiful all year long. The vegetation cover of the surrounding ecosystem is rather sparse, whereas the plants on the steep slopes of the canyon and astounding waterfalls create absolutely different micro-landscape, with characteristic micro-climate, specific fauna, etc. It is nice and chilly in summer (but beware of hogweeds this season), it is also exotically green and warmer than Tsalka and Dashbashi village areas in winter, beautiful with its dozens of frozen waterfalls which you will find even more if you follow the canyon up from the main tourist site. A glass bridge 240 meters long was built over the canyon. The cafe located in the centre of the bridge offers an incredible view of the Dashbashi canyon. This can be a great location for your special day - proposal or celebration of the anniversary. In addition, you will see a real German village in Georgia! Elisabethtal was one of the first colonies of Germans emigrants in the South Caucasus. Founded in 1817 by 65 families from Wurttemberg, Germany it was situated near forests and was known for its viniculture. Before returning to Tbilisi, we will make a stop in Didgori to see Didgori Monument. An impressive monument was erected at the site of the battle, consisting of dozens of massive swords pushed into the ground and posing as crosses, and colossal sculptures of dismembered bodies of warriors scattered in the meadows. It is dedicated to one of the most important and famous battles in the history of Georgia – the Battle of Didgori.   Duration Difficulty Type Language English 10-12 hours Easy Private Russian Includes: Hotel pickup and drop-off (available from Tbilisi, Mtskheta) Private tour Exclusions: Lunch Entrance ticket to the Tsalka canyon (50 GEL (20 USD) per adult, 34 GEL (14 USD) for children 3-12 years old) Other activities (Bike line 120 GEL, Swing (80 GEL) *available during the summer season in good weather Gratuities
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David Gareji & Rainbow Mountains Off-road tour

David Gareji & Rainbow Mountains Off-road tour

Get ready for an off-road adventure on this private 4x4 tour Explore the awe-inspiring Rainbow Mountains and the historic David Gareji Monastery complex. This tour offers the perfect combination of natural beauty and historical significance.   Begin your journey from Tbilisi and head towards the Rainbow Mountains, also known as the "Martian landscapes" on Earth. Take a light hike through the colourful peaks and enjoy the unique beauty of the area. Next, visit St. John Monastery, a hidden gem with a rich history.  Get ready to walk and climb on uneven ground.   Then, make your way to the David Gareji Monastery complex, a 6th-century religious site carved into the rock. Explore the church and admire the ancient caves that have been preserved for centuries.   Enjoy a delicious lunch at the famous Oasis Club in Udabno and taste some of the Georgian wines at a wine factory. This tour is an unforgettable experience that showcases the unique beauty and rich history of the region. Don't miss out on the opportunity to discover the hidden gems of Georgia with a knowledgeable local guide.   Looking for a budget-friendly tour option? Check out our small-group tours! Perfect for solo travellers, these tours offer the same great experiences at a lower price point. Plus, you'll get to meet other like-minded travellers. Book now! More tours Need more leisurely tour options? Check out our Best of Kakheti: David Gareji and Sighnaghi tour, perfect for those not comfortable with off-road adventures. Click here to book now   Duration Difficulty Type Language English 10 hours Moderate Private Russian Includes: Hotel pick-up and drop-off 1 bottled water Guide's services Transportation service Entrance fees Exclusions: Lunch Gratuities (optional) Wine tasting (optional) Please note that border crossings are not included in this tour itinerary
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Mtskheta and Tbilisi - Two capitals in one-day

Mtskheta and Tbilisi - Two capitals in one-day

Discover the rich history and culture of Tbilisi and Mtskheta on our one-day tour. We'll start by visiting Mtskheta, the ancient capital of Georgia, where you'll see the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Jvari Church. This 6th-century church is perched on a hilltop overlooking the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.  After the Jvari, we'll visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Svetitskhoveli Cathedral in Mtskheta. This 11th-century cathedral is the burial site of Christ's mantle and one of the most important religious and cultural landmarks in the country. Next, we'll head to Tbilisi for a walking tour of the city's old town. You'll explore Rike Park, and the Bridge of Peace, and take the Aerial Tramway for panoramic views of the city. We'll also visit the Mother of Georgia statue, Narikala Fortress, Tbilisi Sulphur Waterfall, Abanotubani, Meidan Bazaar, Shardeni Street, Anchiskhati Basilica, Rezo Gabriadze Marionette Theater, Freedom Square, Baratashvili Bridge, and Tsminda Sameba Cathedral. Throughout the tour, our knowledgeable guide will share stories and insights about the history and culture of Tbilisi and Mtskheta, making this an unforgettable experience. Don't miss the opportunity to explore two capitals with us just in one day! Duration Difficulty Type Language English 10 hours Easy Private Russian Meeting point: Hotel pick-up and drop-off Includes: Water Cable-car one way Exclusions: Lunch Gratuities (optional)
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Explorer Old Tbilisi Private walking tour

Explorer Old Tbilisi Private walking tour

Explore Tbilisi's rich history and culture with our private walking tour. Starting at the heart of the city at Freedom Square, we'll take a stroll through the charming streets of the Old Town, immersing ourselves in the unique blend of Georgian, Byzantine, Oriental, and European architecture. We'll visit some of Tbilisi's most iconic landmarks, including the ancient Anchiskhati Basilica, the 13th-century Sioni Cathedral, and the majestic Narikala Fortress. We'll make our way to the modern Bridge of Peace, marvelling at the stunning views of the River Mtkvari. As we continue our journey through the city, we'll discover the peaceful coexistence of various religions in Tbilisi, and see the Synagogue, Armenian Church, and Mosque in addition to the numerous Georgian Orthodox churches. We'll also take a stroll through Rike Park, a popular spot for locals and tourists alike, and see the Mother of Georgia statue, a symbol of the country's strength and resilience. We'll also visit the historic Old Meidan and Jan Shardeni Street, as well as Tbilisi's Central Mosque and Abanotubani, the city's famous sulfur baths. This tour is perfect for those who want to experience the best of Tbilisi. With our experienced local guide, you'll gain a deeper understanding of Georgia's culture and history while also visiting its most popular and beautiful locations. Book now and let us show you the best of Tbilisi Want to explore Tbilisi on a budget? Join our group tour for an affordable way to see the city's top sights and hidden gems. Click here to book now! More Are you looking for a unique and off-the-beaten-path experience in Tbilisi? Our alternative walking tour is perfect for those who want to explore the city's hidden gems and backstreets. Duration Difficulty Type Language English 3 hours Easy Private Russian Meeting point: Burberry Shop at Freedom Square (Freedom Square, 2) Includes: Local guide Exclusions: Hotel pick-up and drop-off Cable car (one way 2.5 GEL) Gratuities (optional)
Mtskheta: Private Half-Day Tour

Mtskheta: Private Half-Day Tour

Embark on a journey through time and discover the rich cultural heritage of Georgia's first capital, Mtskheta. This private tour from Tbilisi takes you to some of the country's most significant historical sites, including UNESCO World Heritage sites, and offers a glimpse into the rich traditions and history of the Georgian people. Your first stop will be the Jvari Monastery, a timeless masterpiece dating back to the 6th century. Perched on the confluence of the Aragvi and Kura rivers, surrounded by majestic mountains, this iconic site offers breathtaking views and a peaceful atmosphere. Next, we will visit the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, a massive historical church located in the heart of Mtskheta. Considered one of the holiest sites in Georgia, it has been the final resting place of dozens of legendary Georgian rulers and kings and is revered by Orthodox Georgians as the soul of the Georgian nation. After exploring the historical and spiritual centre of Mtskheta, we will venture to the Antioch Church and stroll through the charming streets of the renewed town. Take a moment to relax with a glass of wine, shop for traditional Georgian souvenirs, and admire the picturesque architecture of this historic town. Our tour concludes with a visit to the Chronicle of Georgia, a modern monument created by Georgian architects that offers a panoramic view of the Tbilisi Sea and the city. After a journey filled with history, culture, and stunning landscapes, we can bring you to one of Tbilisi's best Georgian restaurants, where you can enjoy a delicious meal and reminisce about your unforgettable experience in Mtskheta. We are glad to offer you a full-day tour from Tbilisi that includes, in addition to Mtskheta, also visit Gori (Stalin Museum) and the cave city of Uplistsikhe More Well, for curious and limited-time tourists there is a tour of Tbilisi and Mtskheta in one day. Very profitable offer! Duration Difficulty Type Language English 3-4 hours Easy Private Russian Meeting point: Hotel pick-up and drop-off from Tbilisi Includes: Private tour Guiding service Water Exclusions: Lunch (optional) Gratuities (optional)
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Exploring Chiatura: Katskhi, Cableways & More

Exploring Chiatura: Katskhi, Cableways & More

Join us on an exciting tour to Chiatura, an industrial town with a rich history dating back to the Soviet period. Our friendly guide will meet you at your hotel or place of residence in Tbilisi in the morning and take you on a journey through real Georgia's stunning natural beauty and Soviet-era heritage. First, we'll visit the Katskhi pillar, a 40-meter-high limestone monolith that towers over the Karshuna River gorge. Atop the pillar sits a monastery and an 8th-century church, likely built by the Stylite. The monastery was home to only one inhabitant, monk Maxime, who has lived in solitude and silence for years. Next, we'll travel to Chiatura, an industrial town known for its manganese mining during the Soviet Union. Today, visitors come to Chiatura to see remnants of the town's communist past and see the communist-era cable cars that are still in use by locals as a means of transportation. The cable car system consists of 12 passenger lines and a few cargo lines, all totalling over 6,000 meters in length. Nestled between steep valleys and deep gorges, Chiatura will leave a lasting impression on anyone who visits this off-the-beaten-path Georgian destination. At the end of the day, we'll return to Tbilisi and drop you off at your hotel or place of residence. Don't miss this opportunity to discover the urbex history and culture of Chiatura with us! Discover hidden gems of Georgian Brutalism with our urbex tours from Tbilisi. Explore the unique architecture and uncover the history behind each location. Check out other our tours! Duration Difficulty Type Language English 10-12 hours Easy Private Russian Includes: Hotel pickup and drop-off (available from Tbilisi, Mtskheta) Exclusions: Lunch Gratuities Please note that some cable lines are closed or under repair and visiting them may not be possible
Mtskheta – Gori – Cave town Private Tour

Mtskheta – Gori – Cave town Private Tour

Discover the rich history and cultural heritage of Georgia with a One-Day Private Tour from Tbilisi! Visit the stunning Jvari Church, the architectural masterpiece of medieval Georgia. Marvel at the breathtaking view from the 6th-century church that towers over the city of Mtskheta. Explore the revered Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, the principal Georgian church known for being the burial site of Christ's robe. Visit the ancient Cave Town of Uplistsikhe, one of the oldest urban settlements in Georgia dating back to the 12th century BC. Round off your tour with a visit to the Stalin Museum in Gori, dedicated to the life of Joseph Stalin. Perfect for Stalin and political enthusiasts, this museum offers a unique insight into the leader's life and legacy. Book your one-day private tour now and let us take care of the rest! Our expert driver/guide will pick you up from your Tbilisi accommodation and ensure a comfortable journey back after a day of discovering the best of Georgia's sights.  Immerse yourself in the lush forests and sparkling waters of this breathtaking resort. Unwind and recharge as you explore the stunning scenery. Book now tour to Mtskheta - Borjomi - Uplistsikhe! More Discover the Heart of Tbilisi. Step back in time and explore the charming streets and hidden gems of Tbilisi's Old Town. Perfect for first-time visitors, our expert guide will show you the city's rich history and vibrant culture. Fall in love with the captivating city of Tbilisi! Duration Difficulty Type Language English 10 hours Normal Private Russian Includes: Water Guiding service Hotel pick-up and drop-off from Tbilsi Exclusions: Lunch in a Georgian restaurant (Vegan, Vegetarian, and Halal options are available) Wine tasting (20 GEL per person optional) Ticket to Stalin Museum (15 GEL per person, children under 6 years old visit free) Ticket to Uplistsikhe (15 GEL per person, children under 6 years old visit free) Gratuities (recommended)
Kakheti – Wine History Culture Tour

Kakheti – Wine History Culture Tour

Join us on a one-day private tour of the sunniest regions of Georgia, departing from Tbilisi. Our first stop is the village of Badiauri, where you can learn how to bake traditional Georgian bread and try some delicious local cheese.   Next, we'll visit the Bodbe Monastery, one of the most important religious sites in Georgia. Here, you can see the St. George Cathedral and the remains of St. Nino, as well as the nunnery that now occupies the former monastery. We'll also visit the new cathedral, which was built using traditional construction methods.   Then, it's on to the charming town of Sighnaghi, known as the "town of love." Here, you'll hear the legend of the city as you walk along the cobbled streets and visit the city walls and towers. You'll also have the opportunity to visit the local market and try some Georgian spices, sweets, and sauces.   Finally, we'll visit a wine factory in the Kakheti region, Georgia's premier wine-producing area. You'll have the chance to taste a variety of Georgian wines and learn about the secrets of wine-making. Along the way, you'll be invited to drink a glass of traditional amber wine and take in the stunning views of the Alazani valley and the Greater Caucasus mountains. This tour is suitable for all ages and is a great way to learn about the history, culture, and traditions of Georgia while enjoying some of the best that the Kakheti region has to offer. Looking for an affordable way to explore Georgia? Join our group tour! Enjoy the same breathtaking sights and experiences as our private tours, but at a budget-friendly price. Make new friends and share in the adventure together. Check out now and save on your next Georgia adventure! More Discover Kakheti's gems with our exclusive private tour just in one day. Sighnaghi, rainbow mountains and David Gareji monastery for connoisseurs. Duration Difficulty Type Language English 10 hours Easy Private Russian Our tour includes: Hotel pick-up and drop-off from Tbilisi 1 bottled water per person Services of a knowledgeable local guide Transportation to and from all destinations Entrance fees to all attractions Wine tasting at a local wine factory   Exclusions: Additional wine tastings at the winery may be available for an additional fee (from 15 USD per person depending on the number of wines). Payable on the spot Gratuities for the guide are not included Lunch is not included in the tour price, but rest assured, we'll make time for a delicious meal
Alaverdi-Telavi-Kvareli-Sighnaghi - Grand Kakheti

Alaverdi-Telavi-Kvareli-Sighnaghi - Grand Kakheti

After being picked up from your hotel in the morning, your first stop will be the Ujarma fortress. It is believed that in the second half of the 5th century, the famous Vakhtang Gorgasali (founder of Tbilisi) erected numerous buildings in Ujarma and moved his residence there. In the 10th century, Ujarma was destroyed by the Arabian forces of Abul Kassim. Later on, in the 13th century, the fortress was restored by King George III, who arranged a treasury. Moving on, your tour will continue through the Gombori Pass, which will see you drive to an altitude of 1,650 meters (5,414 feet). At the top, you will discover an observation deck, the perfect place for a photoshoot. After a small stop, you will continue your journey through the magical forest, where you will be able to make a wish. The next stop will be the Alaverdi Monastery. At a height of over 55 meters, the Alaverdi Cathedral is the second tallest religious building in Georgia. You will then visit the city of Telavi, the main city and administrative centre of Georgia's eastern province of Kakheti. On the way to Kvareli, you will stop at the Gremi. Standing above the green valley of Alazan, Gremi attracts travellers whose road goes between Telavi and Kvareli. Gloomy and monumental, the castle is one of the most visited tourist points in Georgia. In Kvareli, you will have the opportunity to taste Georgian wines and find out how they are made. Following your wine tasting, you should find yourself with new strength. You will then go to the Bodbe Monastery, which is one of the most important religious sites in Georgia. Continuing your trip, you will venture toward Sighnaghi. Its charming cobblestone streets and alleys consist of restored original nouveau woodwork, and detailed facades give the town a romantic mystique. Billed the "City of Love", Sighnaghi is a popular wedding venue. The wedding chapel here was the first to operate around the clock and put Sighnaghi on the map as a destination. Its marriage chapel now hosts ceremonies that take place at all hours of the day and night. Duration Difficulty Type Language English 12 hours Easy Private Russian Includes: Hotel pick-up and drop-off 1 bottled water Guide's services Transportation service Exclusions: Gratuities Entrance fees Lunch Wine tasting (from 15 GEL)
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David Gareji and Sighnaghi - Best of Kakheti

David Gareji and Sighnaghi - Best of Kakheti

Escape the city and immerse yourself in the stunning natural wonders of Georgia's Kakheti region on this one-day tour from Tbilisi! Our journey begins with a pickup from Tbilisi your accommodation and a drive through the rustic village of Udabno. As we make our way to the David Gareja Monastery, you'll be treated to breathtaking views of the colourful Rainbow Mountains. These unique natural formations, also known as "Georgia's Paint Palette," are a must-see for nature lovers and photographers. Next, we'll visit the Bodbe Monastery, a peaceful retreat nestled in the rolling hills of Kakheti. Take a moment to soak up the tranquillity of this sacred site before continuing to the charming town of Sighnaghi. Sighnaghi is surrounded by 18th-century defensive walls and fortifications, offering panoramic views of the Alazani Valley. Take a leisurely stroll through the cobbled streets, visit the local market to taste traditional Georgian spices and sweets, and enjoy a glimpse into the history and culture of this beautiful region. At the end of the day, we'll return to your accommodation in Tbilisi, leaving you with unforgettable memories of the unique natural beauty of Kakheti. Don't miss this opportunity to discover the hidden gems of Georgia's countryside! Duration Difficulty Type Language English 10 hours Normal Private Russian Inclusions: Hotel pick-up and drop-off 1 bottled water per person Professional guide services Transportation in a comfortable vehicle Entrance fees to all destinations on the itinerary Exclusions: Lunch is not included in the tour price, but there will be opportunities to make a stop in one of the restaurants in Sighnagh or you are welcome to bring your own. Vegetarian options are available at most stops. Tips for the guide and driver are not required, but they are greatly appreciated for their hard work and excellent service. Wine tasting is not included in the tour price, but it is available at an additional cost at select wineries if you are interested. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or preferences. Please note that the tour will take you close to the border with Azerbaijan. While there are no plans to cross the border during the tour, it is important to be aware of this and to follow the guidance of your guide at all times.
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Mtskheta - Uplistsikhe - Borjomi: Best of Georgia

Mtskheta - Uplistsikhe - Borjomi: Best of Georgia

Discover the best of Georgia on this full-day tour from Tbilisi. Explore the ancient cave city of Uplistsikhe, the UNESCO site of Mtskheta and the famous resort Borjomi all in one day. Your local guide will pick you up in the morning and take you on a journey through some of the most fascinating and beautiful regions of Georgia. Start with a visit to Tbilisi sea, a man-made reservoir that offers beautiful views and a chance to relax by the water. Explore the Georgian Stonehenge, officially known as the Chronicle of Georgia, a monument that celebrates 3,000 years of Georgian sovereignty and 2,000 years of Christianity in the country.   Next, take a trip to the 6th-century Jvari Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the oldest monasteries in Georgia. From there, you'll head to the Shida Kartli region and explore the ancient cave town of Uplistsikhe, a site that played a significant role in Georgian history over the course of 3,000 years.   One more stop will be at Borjomi Central Park, home to the most remarkable virtues of Borjomi with its striking nature and unique mineral waters. You'll have the opportunity to taste the natural Borjomi mineral water, relax in a beautiful environment, or try riding the cable car up to the top of the park.   After this tour, your guide can drop you off in Borjomi or Bakuriani, or you can return to your accommodation in Tbilisi. This tour is a unique and exclusive opportunity to experience the best of Georgia's history, culture, and natural beauty in just one day. Don't miss the chance to discover the secrets of this fascinating country with a knowledgeable local guide. Duration Difficulty Type Language English 10 hours Easy Private Russian Meeting point: Hotel pick-up and drop-off Includes: Water Guide service Private tour Exclusions: Admission Borjomi Park (2 GEL per person) Admission Uplistsikhe (15 GEL per person) Lunch
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Vardzia, Rabati castle and Borjomi Private Tour

Vardzia, Rabati castle and Borjomi Private Tour

From Tbilisi, transfer to Borjomi and visit the Balneological health resort, situated in the southeast of Georgia in the Agura river gorge. Discover this picturesque place and its large-leaved and coniferous forests surrounded by the majestic Caucasian mountains. Borjomi is well known for its mineral waters, the source of which is situated in Borjomi Central Park, where those who wish may sample it.  Then, head towards Akhaltsikhe which is cosily situated on both banks of the small river, Potskhovi. Take a tour of this ancient city and visit Rabati Castle, a complex consisting of many historical castles, towers, and churches. Pay special attention to the halls and marvel at the ancient Georgian architecture. In the lower part of the fortress, you will find a tourist information centre, a restaurant, a café, and gift shops which you may visit as you please.  Next, visit Vardzia, a cave monastery site that delves into the rock half a kilometre and rises up thirteen tiers, which are connected to each other with a complex system of tunnels. Here, see the preserved large reception hall, living quarters, book depository, wineries, water, and spring water baths. Visit the Church of the Dormition, the central spiritual and monumental focus of the site. On the same north wall are ancient portraits of the royal founders, King Giorgi III and his daughter Queen Tamar. Then, return to Tbilisi. Duration Difficulty Type Language English 12 hours Normal Private Russian Meeting point: Hotel pick-up and drop-off Includes: Water Exclusions: Entrance fee to Vardzia (15 GEL per person) Entrance fee to Rabati castle (19 GEL per person) Entrance fee to Borjomi park (5 GEL per person) Lunch Gratuities (optional)
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Old Tbilisi Walking Small Group Tour

Old Tbilisi Walking Small Group Tour

Even if you only have a short time in Tbilisi, you have to spend at least a half-day exploring the Old Town. A great start to getting to know the city. The architecture in the city’s historic district is a mixture of Georgian, Byzantine, Oriental, and Neo-Classical European styles. Among the sites, you will visit are the Orthodox Anchiskhati Basilica, the city’s oldest church. You will also see the 13th-century churches of Sioni and Metekhi, the magnificent Narikala Fortress, perched on a hill with superb views of the city below, and the classic Freedom Square. You will then continue to one of Tbilisi’s newest attractions, the Bridge of Peace, which opened in 2010 over the River Mtkvari (also known as the Kura River). Tbilisi’s compact size means you can easily explore the nearby Synagogue, Armenian Church and Mosque, in addition to the Georgian Orthodox churches so fundamental to Georgian culture. This peaceful co-existence of the various religions helps emphasize modern Georgian tolerance. Discover Tbilisi on your own terms with a private walking tour. Enjoy a personalized experience with our local guide and explore the city at your own pace. Book now and experience the best of Tbilisi with flexibility and convenience More Explore Tbilisi's off-beaten paths and hidden gems on our expert-led walking tour. Perfect for those seeking a unique and authentic experience. Discover backstreets, local markets, and hidden gems beyond the typical tourist spots. Book now for an unforgettable journey! Duration Difficulty Type Language 3 hours Easy Small group English Meeting point: Burberry Shop at Freedom Square (Freedom Square, 2) Includes: Local guide Exclusions: Hotel pick-up and drop-off Cable car (one way 2.5 GEL) Gratuities (optional)
David Gareji & Rainbow Mountains Off-Road Group

David Gareji & Rainbow Mountains Off-Road Group

Experience an unforgettable one-day tour of the breathtaking rainbow mountains and spiritual David Gareji Monastery in Georgia's Kakheti region. Join us for an exciting off-road adventure in a small group setting, where you'll explore the ancient unique and religious site of Eastern Georgia. During this comprehensive tour, you'll visit both the St. David and Natlismtsemeli (St. John) monasteries, both of which boast stunning cave structures and frescoes dating back centuries. You'll also take a hike through rough terrain to marvel at the stunning rainbow mountains and Mravaltskaro reservoir. After an active day of exploration, relax and enjoy a delicious lunch at the famous Oasis Club in Udabno village (not included in the price). And on the way back to Tbilisi, we'll make a stop at a wine factory where you can sample some of Georgia's finest wines. Don't miss out on this unique and affordable tour that offers the perfect blend of cultural and natural beauty. Duration Difficulty Type Language English 10 hours Moderate Small group (up to 6 people) Russian Need to know before booking the tour: On foot, you will walk about 4 km (2.5 miles). Be sure that you have proper closed-toe shoes for the hike. The ambient temperature may reach over 30ºC (86F) from May to October, so be prepared for hot weather. The tour takes place at an altitude of 350 m (1150 ft), similar to Tbilisi. Participants should have a moderate level of physical fitness. Remember that there's no such thing as bad weather, just poor clothing. Consider the weather forecast and choose the best day for the tour. The dirt road may cause motion sickness for some people. It's recommended to bring personal medications in case you need them. Please note that the guide may be in different parts of the group to assist and make sure everyone is comfortable. It is important to listen to the guide's instructions and not put yourself or others in a stressful situation. Includes: 1 bottled water Guide's services Transportation by 4WD car Entrance fees Complimentary wine tasting at the KTW factory Exclusions: Hotel pick-up (available for an additional fee) Lunch (vegetarian options are available) Gratuities for the guide and driver We encourage our guests to leave a small donation to support the pets that call the monastery home and help to maintain the grounds Meeting point: Parking on Europe Square, Tbilisi
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