Tbilisi • Mtskheta • Gudauri • Kazbegi • Kutaisi • Martvili • Batumi • Gori • Uplistsikhe



7 days

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Tbilisi • Mtskheta • Gudauri • Kazbegi • Kutaisi • Martvili • Batumi • Gori • Uplistsikhe
6 nights / 7 days


Day 1: Transfer from the airport to hotel and Tbilisi tour

Duration 2-3 hours

Meteki church: Metekhi Church is a historic Orthodox Christian church located on the elevated cliff overlooking the Mtkvari River in the heart of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. The church is a prominent landmark with a distinctive facade featuring ornate carvings and vibrant frescoes. It offers panoramic views of the old town of Tbilisi, It is not only a religious site but also a symbol of the city's rich history and cultural heritage.

Rike park: Rike Park is a charming urban oasis located in the heart of Tbilisi, Georgia, offering both locals and tourists a serene escape from the bustling city life. This park is known for its well-manicured green spaces, scenic pathways, and recreational facilities.

Bridge of piece : The Bridge of Peace is a stunning pedestrian bridge in Tbilisi, Georgia, known for its contemporary design and distinctive aesthetics. Opened in 2010, the bridge is a symbol of the city's transformation and modernization. Its sleek, bow-shaped structure is made of steel and glass.

Cable car ride to Narikala fortress : Narikala Fortress, standing proudly on a strategic hill, is a must-visit landmark in Tbilisi. Dating back to the 4th century, this ancient fortress has witnessed centuries of Georgian history. Its prominent location allows visitors to enjoy panoramic views of the Old Town, the Kura River, and the surrounding mountainous landscape.

Mother of Georgia : The Mother of Georgia is a towering statue and iconic symbol of Tbilisi's welcoming spirit. Perched on the Sololaki Hill, this majestic monument depicts a woman in traditional Georgian attire holding a bowl of wine in one hand to greet friends and a sword in the other to deter foes. The statue embodies the dual aspects of hospitality and strength, reflecting the resilience and warmth of the Georgian people.

Abanotubani : Abanotubani, nestled in the picturesque Old Town of Tbilisi, is a captivating district known for its unique sulfur baths. Steeped in history, these baths have been a central part of Georgian culture for centuries. The distinct domed structures and colorful facades of the bathhouses create a charming and timeless atmosphere.

Shardeni street: For tourists looking to experience the vibrant and modern side of Tbilisi, Shardeni Street is a must-visit.It provides a perfect blend of history and contemporary flair, offering a delightful mix of cultural exploration, shopping, and culinary delights in the heart of the city.

Overnight in Tbilisi

4*  Hotel


Day 2: Transfer from Tbilisi to Gudauri and Kazbegi

Duration 8-9 hours

Zhinvali dam: Constructed in the 1980s, the dam serves multiple purposes, including hydroelectric power generation and water supply. Its crystal-clear blue waters are surrounded by lush greenery and offer a serene setting for visitors. The dam not only provides essential resources but also creates a breathtaking backdrop for outdoor activities such as picnics, boat rides, and photography.

Ananuri fortress : nanuri Fortress, situated along the picturesque shores of the Zhinvali Reservoir in Georgia, is a captivating historic site that beckons tourists and history enthusiasts alike. Dating back to the 17th century, this medieval architectural marvel stands as a testament to Georgia's rich past and strategic importance.

Gudauri view point balcony :  The viewpoint balcony serves as a perfect spot for tourists to absorb the natural beauty, take memorable photos, and enjoy the crisp mountain air. Whether you're a skiing enthusiast or simply seeking a peaceful escape, Gudauri Viewpoint Balcony promises a stunning glimpse into the enchanting beauty of the Georgian highlands.

Gergeti  church : Gergeti Trinity Church, perched at an elevation of over 2,170 meters in the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia, is a captivating destination for tourists. Also known as Tsminda Sameba, this 14th-century marvel stands against the dramatic backdrop of Mount Kazbek. Accessible via a scenic drive and a moderate hike, the church offers not only spiritual significance but also breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. Visitors can explore the ancient stone church, surrounded by alpine meadows, and enjoy panoramic vistas of the snow-capped mountains.

Transfer to Tbilisi

4*  Hotel


Day 3: Kutaisi tour

Transfer from Tbilisi to Kutaisi

duration 7-8 hours

Bagrati Cathedral: Construction began in the 10th century. The first king of united Georgia, King Bagrat III, commissioned the cathedral which stood intact for seven hundred years. Throughout the following centuries the cathedral suffered heavy damage, especially due to invasions. The conservation and restoration work started in the 1950s. In 1994, the Bagrati Cathedral and Gelati Monastery were included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site list as a single entity. In 2010, under the leadership of an Italian architect Andrea Bruno, Georgia launched reconstruction works in order to return the cathedral to its original state. The reconstruction caused great controversy as UNESCO considered it detrimental to the authenticity of the cathedral. Major reconstruction works were completed in 2012.

Gelati Monastery: Gelati Monastery and Academy, is a historical monument from 12th c. The complex was founded by an iconic king of Georgia – David IV the Builder in 1106, during the period of the most flourishing historical period in medieval Georgia-the Golden Age. Gelati used to be the center of Georgian monastic and educational life through centuries. It also became the burial ground for Georgian kings: David IV, Demetrius I, kings of Imereti, Bagrat III, Giorgi II, Giorgi III, Alexander V, Solomon I. Many icons and artifacts, previously housed at the Gelati sacristy, are now kept and displayed at the Georgia Museum of Art and Kutaisi State Historical Museum.

Kutaisi: Explore Kutaisi city and stroll near drama theater on Agmashenebeli Square and Kutaisi Opera house to the direction of Kutaisi Historic district. Afterwards, cross the white bridge and go to farmer's market. Finish the tour at Kutaisi Central Garden "Boulevard" . Here we can see white stone statue of famous folk singers of Debi Ishkhnelebi.

Overnight in Kutaisi

4* hotel


Day 4: Tour around Kutaisi and Transfer to Batumi

duration 8-9 hours

Martvili canyon: The canyon is adorned with vibrant blue-green waters, lush greenery, and towering cliffs, creating a breathtaking landscape. Visitors can embark on boat tours along the emerald river, passing through the canyon's dramatic twists and turns. Explore the pedestrian bridges and pathways that offer panoramic views of the cascading waterfalls and marvel at the unique rock formations. Martvili Canyon provides a serene and enchanting escape into Georgia's natural splendor, making it a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike.

Prometheus Cave: named after the Greek mythological hero Prometheus, chained on the south Caucasus Mountains, was discovered in 1984. It is the longest cave of such kind open to the public in Georgia: there are discovered about 11 km length 22 halls; only six are available to visit. This 1, 8 km one-hour trail is 40 meters below sea level and passes through all beautifully lighted 6 halls: Argonauts, Kolkheti, Medea, Love Hall, Prometheus and Iberia Halls. The pass finishes by pedestrian or boating tour on an underground flow of river Kumi. It takes only 15 minutes.

Okatse canyon: The canyon features a suspended walkway that extends along the edge, allowing visitors to traverse the rugged terrain and offering panoramic views of the lush surroundings. Marvel at the cascading waterfalls, deep ravines, and verdant forests that characterize this picturesque canyon.

Transfer  to Batumi

Overnight Batumi

5* hotel


Day 5: Batumi city tour

Duration 4-5 hours

Batumi Piazza: this enchanting square is a fusion of Old World charm and modern elegance. Admire the intricate architecture inspired by Italian design, with its graceful arches and vibrant colors. As you wander through the piazza, you'll be serenaded by live music and the cheerful chatter of locals and tourists alike. Stop by one of the cozy cafes or artisan shops lining the square to savor a taste of Batumi's rich culture and hospitality. With its picturesque beauty and lively ambiance, Batumi Piazza beckons you to linger and create unforgettable memories.

Batumi Boulevard: This vibrant stretch of seaside promenade is a haven for relaxation and exploration. Take a leisurely stroll along the palm-lined walkway, with the gentle sea breeze kissing your skin. Admire the stunning views of the Black Sea as you pass by colorful flower beds and charming cafes. Engage in some people-watching or simply soak in the laid-back atmosphere. With its vibrant energy and scenic beauty, Batumi Boulevard invites you to unwind and savor the simple joys of life by the sea.

Miracle Park Miracle: enchanting green oasis offers a magical escape amidst the bustling city. Stroll along winding pathways lined with vibrant flowers and towering trees, while the gentle sound of fountains soothes your senses. Marvel at the whimsical sculptures and art installations that dot the park, adding a touch of wonder to your journey.

Chacha Tower Chacha: this iconic landmark stands as a symbol of Georgian hospitality and tradition. Marvel at its elegant design, reminiscent of ancient watchtowers, adorned with intricate Georgian motifs. As you ascend the tower, take in panoramic views of the cityscape below, with the shimmering sea stretching out to the horizon. Don't forget to sample a taste of chacha, Georgia's famous grape-based brandy, offered at the tower's base. With its blend of history, culture, and breathtaking vistas, Chacha Tower invites you to experience the warmth and charm of Batumi.

Alphabetic Tower: this architectural marvel showcases the unique Georgian alphabet in a stunning display of lights. Each letter comes to life, illuminating the night sky and celebrating the rich cultural heritage of Georgia. As you gaze upon this beacon of knowledge and creativity, you'll be captivated by its beauty and inspired by the power of language. Alphabet Tower invites you to marvel at the elegance of the written word, uniting visitors from around the world in a celebration of diversity and unity. 

Ali and Nino statue: This iconic monument in Batumi celebrates the timeless love story of Ali and Nino, symbolizing unity and harmony amidst cultural diversity. As the figures gracefully merge, their eternal embrace reflects the enduring bond between East and West. Set against the backdrop of the Black Sea, the statue evokes a sense of romance and adventure, inviting visitors to become part of its captivating narrative. With its poignant beauty and profound symbolism, the Ali and Nino Statue stands as a testament to the power of love to transcend boundaries and unite hearts.

Europe Square:charming plaza embodies the essence of European elegance and Georgian hospitality. Lined with vibrant cafes and adorned with colorful flowers, it invites you to immerse yourself in its lively ambiance. Admire the striking architecture and picturesque fountains that grace the square, while the gentle sea breeze whispers tales of distant shores. Whether you're savoring a cup of coffee or simply taking in the sights, Europe Square promises a delightful experience that captures the spirit of Batumi's cosmopolitan charm

Dancing Fountains: These enchanting water displays transform music into motion, captivating audiences with their graceful choreography of light and color. As the fountains sway to the rhythm of the music, they create a mesmerizing spectacle that delights visitors of all ages

Batumi Holy Spirit Basilica Church of Holy Spirit
Welcome to the Batumi Holy Spirit Basilica! This majestic cathedral, with its stunning architecture and serene atmosphere, stands as a beacon of faith and spirituality in Batumi. Admire the intricate details of its façade, adorned with ornate decorations and towering spires that reach towards the heavens.

Overnight in Batumi



Day 6: Transfer  from Batumi to Tbilisi

On the way visiting:

duration 7-8 hours

Gori, Stalin’s Museum: The Stalin Museum, situated in Gori, Georgia, provides a captivating insight into the life of Joseph Stalin, one of the 20th century's most influential figures. Housed in the leader's birthplace, the museum exhibits personal items, photographs, and memorabilia, showcasing Stalin's political career and his impact on world history. Visitors can explore the modest house where Stalin was born, see his private railway carriage, and gain a nuanced perspective on his legacy. The museum, while acknowledging Stalin's historical significance, invites tourists to reflect on the complexities of his life and the era he shaped.Top of Form

Cave city Uplisthsikhe: Uplistsikhe, a captivating cave city near Gori, Georgia, is a unique historical treasure for tourists. Carved into rock, this ancient settlement dates back to the early Iron Age, offering a fascinating glimpse into Georgia's rich past. Explore the intricate tunnels, chambers, and dwellings that once thrived along the Silk Road. Marvel at the rock-cut architecture, including a grand basilica and a pagan temple. With its panoramic views of the Mtkvari River valley, Uplistsikhe stands as a testament to the ingenuity of ancient civilizations and promises an unforgettable journey through Georgia's archaeological wonders.

Overnight in Tbilisi

4* hotel


Day 7: Transfer to the airport


The tour program will be altered according to your preferences.


40 pax bus tour


4* hotel Ramda by Whyndham 3nights

5* Best western Premier Batumi 2 nights

4*Kutaisi Inn 1 night

price Per person 465$


18 pax mini Bus


4* hotel Ramda by Whyndham 3nights

5* Best western Premier Batumi 2 nights

4*Kutaisi Inn 1 night

Price Per person 588$


6pax privare tour Mini van


4* hotel Ramda by Whyndham 3nights

5* Best western Premier Batumi 2 nights

4*Kutaisi Inn 1 night

Price Per person 592$


3pax Sedan car


4* hotel Ramda by Whyndham 3nights

5* Best western Premier Batumi 2 nights

4*Kutaisi Inn 1 night

Price Per person 667$


The package includes:

Cable car tickets

Car with a driver

An English-speaking tour guide


hotel accommodations with breakfast

tours in the  package

entrance fees

Off road vehicle to reach mountain Gergeti.


Inbound tour manager:

Nino Bichiashvili

+995 575 779 876