Tour Overview

Count on intimate group sizes of no more than 14 guests in a deluxe touring vehicle.

Tour Dates - Maximum 14 guests

  • March 19th to 25th
  • April 20th to  26th
  • July 19st to 35h
  • August 25th to 30th
  • September 5th to 10th​
  • October 10th to 15nd


Day One: ARRIVE  

 Upon your arrival into Tbilisi Airport (Georgia’s main international airport), we meet you to take you to your hotel Take time to rest and refresh before dinner at a traditional Georgian restaurant. After dinner, visit the sulphur bath to further rejuvenate after your travels. Expert spa technicians will treat you to a soothing body scrub and massage. 


Tbilisi, capital of Georgia from the 5th century, has a long and fascinating history and was a key stop on the famous Silk Road – right on the border between Europe and Asia. Tbilisi’s Old Town, the most ancient part of the city, is renowned for its wonderful mix of cultures, with a mosque, synagogue, numerous churches and interesting wooden houses.

After a leisurely breakfast at the hotel, spend a glorious day exploring Tbilisi and visiting its key sites such as Metekhi temple, the Narikhala fortress and Georgia State museum. After lunch set off to Mtskheta, the ancient capital of Georgia and the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The country's conversion to Christianity occurred in Mtskheta in 337 AD and it is considered one of Georgia's most important religious centers. Visit the monasteries of Jvari perched on a cliff overlooking Mtskheta and continue to the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. Svetitskhoveli, known as the burial site of Christ’s mantle, has long been the principal Georgian church and remains one of the most venerated places of worship to this day.Return to Tbilisi this evening for dinner in a traditional Georgian restaurant


After breakfast check out of your hotel, and enjoy one of the loveliest drives to Kazbegi, the only town in the Khevi province. Situated only a few miles from the Russian border, its scenic location in the Greater Caucuses Mountains is a hiker’s dream. Discover the traditions of the local villagers in the area, explore the fortresses in the surrounding countryside, and enjoy the beautiful landscapes of this hidden paradise.

Before arriving at your hotel, stop to see Ananuri Fortress. This 13th-century castle was the seat of the Dukes of Aragvi and holds over 600 years of history. Two churches comprise part of the complex, with the larger Church of Assumption boasting elaborate facades, a large carved grapevine cross, and the remnants of stunning frescoes. Spend overnight in the Rooms Hotel Kazbegi. Situated amidst the inspiring beauty of the Caucasus landscape, Rooms Hotel Kazbegi is a unique, private escape. Each of Kazbegi’s 156 rooms and suites are elegant yet simply designed with plush beds, modern decor, and spectacular views of mountain peaks and wild flowers. Accommodations feature all the comforts of home including wireless Internet and satellite television.


After breakfast we embark on four wheel drive to the Gergeti Tsminda Sameba Trinity Church, built in the 14th century and situated nearly 7,000 feet up on the hill. From this spot you have an unforgettable view of Mount Kazbek, rising over 16,500 feet and covered with glaciers and permafrost. According to the legend, the titan Prometheus who brought fire to men was chained on Mount Kazbek.Afterwards we drive to Sno gorge, rich in natural mineral water springs and dotted with old towers.  Return to the hotel this evening for dinner.


This morning we will head to the principal wine making region. A beautiful drive via Gombori range over the clouds takes you to wine lands of Georgia. On the way we will make a few stops. The first is the majestic 11th century Alaverdi Cathedral in the Allazani valley. Our second stop is the longest winery in Kvareli. The tunnel in its vaults keeps the huge collection of vintage wines; the oldest of them are produced in 1840. After wine tasting in Kvareli winery and excursion, we drive to the pretty town Signagi. Dinner and luxury accommodation at Kabadoni boutique hotel.


Located in the eastern foothills of the Gombori Range of the Caucasus Mountains, Signagi is one of the smallest towns in the country. Rich in ancient culture, the Caucasus is mentioned in ancient Greek mythology and in the Bible. Enjoy breakfast this morning before embarking on a walking tour of the city. Signagi's economy is dominated by production of wine and traditional carpets.
In the afternoon enjoy lunch, wine tasting in local Chateau. Engage yourself in the process of  harvesting – picking grapes and squeeze them in an old wine press using an ancient Georgian method, make your own bread, participate in making Churchkela – a traditional Georgian dessert take part in making Georgian grappa, and cook famous delicious Georgian dishes Khinkali- Georgian type of dumplings and famous Georgian Georgian barbeque Mtsvadi. 


An early morning transfer takes you to the airport for your journey home

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