DAY 1 ARRIVAL IN TBILISI
DAY 2 TBILISI CITY TOUR
DAY 3 TBILISI – TIBAANI – SIGHNAGHI
DAY 4 SIGHNAGHI – GURJAANI – KVARELI – TELAVI
DAY 5 TELAVI – AKHMETA – TBILISI
DAY 6 TBILISI – MTSKHETA – ANANURI – KAZBEGI
DAY 7 KAZBEGI – CHARDAKHI – GORI – BORJOMI
DAY 8 BORJOMI – AKHALTSIKHE – VARDZIA
DAY 9 VARDZIA – POKA – TBILISI
DAY 10 DEAPRTURE FROM TBILISI
სტუმარი ღვთისაა - (Stumari ghvtisaa - The guest is sent from God) – This is the phrase that defines Georgia as one of the most hospitable countries. No matter at what time, how many of you go to Georgian family, you are perceived as a guest and they do their best to make you happy. During this journey you will experience: attending real, Georgian dinner/feast (სუფრა - Sufra) together with toastmaker – called “Tamada” and Georgian polyphony. Visit local families in the villages of eastern, northern and southern Georgia. Participate and taste pure Georgian dishes like Khachapuri, Mtsvadi (Georgian Barbeque), bread, Khinkali, different variety of cheese and of course Churchkhela prepared with toasted nuts, walnuts in the east and with hazelnuts in the west - are strung on a string and dipped into a flour, sugar, and grape juice mixture. You will taste the real creature of nature “Qvevri wine” and see the distillation of Georgian Grappa called “Chacha”.
You will meet local famous chiefs and visit their restaurants. Meet local villagers and visit their homes, where you will feel real Georgian hospitality coming from the whole heart.
This is something you need to experience and we promise that Georgian taste will last the whole of your life.
Best Period to come:
From the beginning of May till the end of October
Min number of guests:
Available for Individual and group travelers
What to wear and take:
Comfortable footwear, raincoat, sun-cream, anti-mosquito spray, cap/hat, scarves for ladies when visiting the church, sometimes skirts too.
National museums are closed on Mondays and public holidays
Additional services: different workshop of Georgian souvenirs; attending Georgian musical “Welcome to Georgia” (tickets under availability); Georgian folk dance master classes; Photo shooting during the tour or a cession in Georgian national cloth;