Flexible Plans: Change your mind? No problem! Enjoy free cancellations up to 10 days before.
Welcome to the world of Georgia and Armenia Wine tours, where every moment is a sip of pure delight. At Cascade Travel, we’re not just offering you a tour, we’re inviting you to a wine-soaked journey through the heart of the Caucasus. Known for its legendary wine-making traditions and ancient wine caves, Caucasus is calling you to surprise your taste buds. You’ll unearth the hidden treasures in ancient caves, stroll through endless vineyards, and savor the most delicious food.
So are you ready to start the best journey of your life? Masterclasses, winery visits, and hands-on wine-making experiences – all while immersing yourself in the rich culture and history of the locals. Explore the ancient wineries like Areni in Armenia and Tsinandali Estate in Georgia offering you lush gardens and world-class wines. Book your Georgia and Armenia wine tour now and embark on a trip filled with incredible memories and incredible wines.
Armenia, Georgia – Unfamiliar cultures? Let us be your guide:
Where are Armenia & Georgia located? in the South Caucasus.
Armenia: Bordering Turkey to the west, Georgia to the north, Azerbaijan to the east, and Iran to the south.
Georgia: Bordering Turkey to the Southwest, Armenia to the South, Azerbaijan to the Southeast, Russia to the North, and bounded Black Sea to the West.
Do I need a visa? EU member countries, the US, The UK, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, and South Korea citizens are exempt from the requirement of a visa to Armenia and Georgia. For other countries please check Armenia Visa & Georgia Visa
Weather in Armenia: The average summer temp: 32° C day, 20° C night. The average winter temp: −5° C day, -10° C night.
Weather in Georgia: The average summer temp: 35° C day, 25° C night. The average winter temp: 5° C day, -5° C night.
Currency: Armenian Dram AMD in Armenia, Georgian Lari GEL in Georgia. All the payments are done in local currency.
ATMs and Exchange Points are widely available in Yerevan, Tbilisi, and other major cities but are less prevalent in small villages.
Card payment: Card payments are available in Armenia and Georgia however, it’s preferable to have cash with you while traveling in small villages.
Meals: Lunch will cost 15 EUR and Dinner will cost 25 EUR with a glass of wine.
Taxi: The ride in the cities will cost around 6 EUR
Armenian is the official language in Armenia. Though English is widely spoken in Armenia, especially by the young population, here are some handy words you may need while traveling in Armenia.
Thank you-Shnorhakalutyun or simply mercy
How to reach “a place”?– Inchpes hasnel?
May I have the bill? – Hashive kbereq?
How much does it cost? – Inch arzhe?
Georgian is the official language in Georgia. Though English is widely spoken in Georgia, especially by the young population, here are some handy words you may need while traveling in Georgia.
How much? (Price) – Ra Ghirs?
May I have the bill? – Sheidzleba mkondes k’anonp’roekt’i?
How to reach “a place”? – Rogor mivaghts’iot?