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Georgia - a country where the sky is turquoise and the land – emerald! Visit a country where the sky is turquoise and the land – emerald, a birthplace of wine and hospitality!
- Accommodation in Tbilisi at 3-star hotel (2 nights)
- Accommodation in Batumi at 3-star hotel (6 nights)
- Transport Service
- Airport Transfer
- Entrance tickets for the cable car
- Professional English speaking guide
- Water 0.5L per person
- Flight tickets
- Pocket money
- Optional excursions
Day 1: Tbilisi sightseeing tour
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Day 2: Tbilisi - Kazbegi
After breakfast, we will move to the north part of Georgia - Stepantsminda (Kazbegi). On the way, we will visit Zhinvali water reservoir, which is an extremely amazing green lake with water branches around hills full of trees. Next destination is a spectacular Ananuri architectural complex, a former summer residence of Aragvi Dukes, unique with its towers, dating back to the 16-17th centuries. From the highest tower of the fortress opens a superb view of Zhinvali reservoir and the fortress itself. After Ananuri, we proceed our way on the Georgian Military Road leading to Vladikavkaz, Russia and stop near White and Black Aragvi river brunches, which is a wonderful sight for everyone. Here, in Pasanauri, you can taste the best Georgian national food – Khinkali (it will be extra 20$). Gudauri is the next destination – a ski resort in Georgia from where opens a magnificent panoramic view of snow-capped mountains, which is truly astonishing. Next, you can taste Georgian mineral spring water that flows on a mountain slope and leaves stalagmitic rock – travertine. Our last stop is Kazbegi, a small town near Russian border, where you will see a stunning Mkinvartsveri – the seventh highest peak in the Caucasus Mountains. Reaching Gergeti Trinity Church located at an altitude of 2170 m. by a 4WD vehicle (it will be extra 20$) never leaves you insensitive. In case you are lucky in terms of weather conditions, you will have a perception of ‘walking above clouds. (You can also visit a magnificent Gveleti waterfall and walk on a road through high cliffs. It is one of the biggest waterfalls in Georgia descending from one of the glorious cliffs in the rocky area full of different plants and wild flowers. Please note: if you add Gveleti waterfall to the tour, it will be extra 5$). Overnight in Tbilisi.
Day 3: Tbilisi – Borjomi – Batumi
Day 4: Batumi city sightseeing tour
After breakfast and the Black Sea beach, we will visit Botanical Garden (extra 10$) in Batumi, which is located in the Green Cape area and offers amazing views of the Black Sea. Next, we will start a walking tour around the old city known for its variety of small and intricate architectural details: buildings are decorated with chimeras, mermaids and other mythical creatures. We will visit Europe Square, Batumi Piazza, Alphabetic Tower, statue of Ali and Nino. In the evening, you will enjoy swimming in the Black Sea. Overnight in Batumi.
Day 5: Free day
On this days, you can take optional tour, which will be an extra cost. We suggest you to visit Mtirala National Park. Mount Mtirala is one of the most humid areas in the country. The name Mtirala (it means "to cry") is derived from the 4,520 millimeters annual rainfall, making it one of the wettest areas in Georgia. Overnight in Batumi.
Day 6: Free day
Day 7: Free day
Day 8: Batumi – Makhuntseti
After breakfast, we will visit a Makhuntseti waterfall in Qeda municipality - remarkable with its wonderful nature and nice Tamar Bridge built with volcanic rocks. Overnight in Batumi.
Day 9: Departure