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Welcome to Georgia, a land of ancient wine traditions, UNESCO World Heritage sites, delectable cuisine, and breathtaking landscapes. Our journey begins with a walking tour in Old Tbilisi, an essential part of the city that captivates with its narrow doorways, intertwined balconies, and historic brick-built houses․ We will also visit the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi, a symbol of Georgia’s spiritual revival and strength. This impressive cathedral, the third largest in the world, showcases its enormous size and rich historical and cultural heritage. To conclude the day, we will explore the Chronicles of Georgia, a testament to the pride and history of the Georgian people. The monumental stones adorned with unique engravings and sculptures represent the nation’s solidarity and determination to preserve their homeland. As the day comes to an end, we will enjoy an overnight stay in the welcoming capital.
Hotel in Tbilisi
Our second day of the tour is dedicated to the awe-inspiring Georgian Military Highway, a road that not only connects Georgia and Russia, but also boasts remarkable cultural and historical landmarks while offering breathtaking views. Our first stop along the highway is the Zhinvali Reservoir, surrounded by majestic mountains and home to a 12th-century flooded monastery. This serene location allows us to immerse ourselves in nature and experience Georgian culture. Ananuri Fortress Complex is a symbol of Georgian resilience and patriotism. Standing proudly next to the reservoir, it showcases the country’s rich history. Next, we visit the Gudauri Viewpoint, which highlights the friendly side of the Georgian people. Here, we find the Georgian-Russian Friendship monument, a remarkable stone and concrete structure overlooking the Devil’s Valley and the Military Highway. To conclude our day, we explore the Holy Trinity Church of Gergeti, dating back to the 14th century. If weather permits, we will be treated to a magnificent view of the towering Kazbek Mountain, creating a truly unforgettable experience.
Hotel in Tbilisi
After indulging in the delightful flavours of Georgian cuisine, our next stop is the Bodbe Monastery, a stunning 11th-century complex that will leave us in awe with its remarkable structures and picturesque surroundings. Continuing our journey, we’ll visit the enchanting city of love, Sighnaghi. With its captivating red-roofed architecture, this city offers breathtaking views of the Alazani Valleys and the Caucasus Mountains. Sighnaghi is renowned for its unique round-blocked design and is even home to a dome where couples can marry at any time. As we delve deeper into the Georgian culinary experience, we can’t miss out on the country’s renowned wine production. Our day concludes with a traditional wine tasting session at a local winery, where we’ll have the opportunity to savour the flavours of Georgia’s rich winemaking traditions.
Hotel in Tbilisi
Venturing west of the capital, Georgia presents a remarkable sight that will amaze us. Known as the “Diamond Bridge,” this architectural marvel is suspended 900 feet above the ground, offering breathtaking views of a deep gorge adorned with lush vegetation, cascading rivers, and steep slopes. The journey to reach this extraordinary restaurant may take around 2 hours, but the end result is truly worth it. The unique design and location of the “Diamond Bridge” create a one-of-a-kind dining experience, where we can enjoy a meal while surrounded by the captivating natural beauty of the gorge below. Evening back to Tbilisi to enjoy the capital’s heartbeat.
Hotel in Tbilisi
In Georgia, amidst its stunning nature and impressive architectural sculptures, we find charming old-inhabited cities that proudly preserve their traditions and architecture. One such city is Kutaisi, often considered a rival to Tbilisi for the title of capital. As the second largest city in Georgia, Kutaisi offers a glimpse into another era, blending ancient and modern architecture in a peaceful and village-like atmosphere. We’ll have the opportunity to explore the city before enjoying a delightful lunch at the Lilestan restaurant, where everything will be prepared to welcome us. Continuing our journey, we’ll visit the renowned Prometheus Cave, which serves as a symbol of Georgia. Inside the cave, we’ll be captivated by unbelievable legends and myths, immersing ourselves in a fairy world full of miracles. It’s an awe-inspiring experience that adds to the emotions of the day. After an eventful day, we’ll return to Kutaisi for an overnight stay, enjoying the charm and hospitality of this captivating city.
Hotel in Kutaisi
Georgia offers a plethora of exploration and admiration, and our journey continues with a focus on UNESCO World Heritage sites and significant cathedrals. First on our list is the Bagrati Cathedral, an 11th-century masterpiece that holds national significance since its construction. With its prominent position visible from all parts of Kutaisi, the cathedral provides us with a glimpse into Georgia’s rich history. After immersing ourselves in historical knowledge, we’ll have the opportunity to participate in cooking masterclasses and indulge in a wine tasting at Argohouse Korena. This cosy venue offers a respite from the noise of daily life, allowing us to fully appreciate Georgian culinary traditions and their renowned wines. Our exploration then takes us to the historic city of Mtskheta, where we’ll visit the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. This cathedral holds great importance as the main patriarchal cathedral of the Georgian Church, serving as the resting place for numerous kings, nobles, heroes, and saints. To complete our cathedral tour, we’ll visit the Jvari Monastery, dating back to the 6th century. Located at the site where Saint Nino, the preacher of Christianity, erected a cross, this monastery symbolises the adoption of Christianity in the region. As the day draws to a close, we’ll return to the capital city of Tbilisi, our final destination for the day and the conclusion of our tour. Tbilisi, with its vibrant history and captivating charm, offers the perfect ending to our exploration of Georgia’s UNESCO sites and cathedrals.
Hotel in Tbilisi
Transfer to Tbilisi airport and departure. A 7-day long trip has come to an end. Georgia was happy to have you and cannot wait for another meeting. Thank you for your interest and time. It was a pleasure.
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|24 Apr - 30 Apr||10 seats left||€990|
|15 May - 21 May||10 seats left||€990|
|05 June - 11 June||10 seats left||€990|
|03 July - 09 July||10 seats left||€990|
|17 July - 23 July||10 seats left||€990|
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|13 Nov - 19 Nov||10 seats left||€990|
Please note that the tour can be extended to Azerbaijan. The transfer to Azerbaijan is available by air only. Air tickets vary from 95 – 200 USD.
Azerbaijan requires an E-visa for most of the countries’ passport holders. Visa fee and support service are included in the tour price.
Sights visited: Baku, Absheron Peninsula, Gobustan
Duration: 3 days/2 nights
Day 1: Baku city tour
Arrival at Heidar Aliyev International Airport. Your driver will meet you and transfer to the hotel. After check-in, you will start the Baku city tour. You will begin by exploring Icheri Sheher, the historic old town. The tour to Azerbaijan will then take you to notable landmarks such as Shirvan Shahs’ Palace, Caravanserai, and Maiden Tower.
Don’t forget to visit the main market square featuring numerous art studios and souvenir boots. New Baku is definitely worth attention to, where you will explore Nizami Street and Fountain Square. An excellent round-up to the city tour will be a visit to the iconic Heydar Aliyev Center.
Hotel in Baku
Day 2: Baku – Absheron Peninsula – Gobustan – Baku
This day is dedicated to exploring the Absherun Peninsula. Our first stop is Yanardag Mountain, a place of perpetual burning fire that never extinguished. Then continue to the Ateshgah Fire Temple, historically used as a Hindu, Sikh, and Zoroastrian place of worship, according to Indian inscriptions. Nowadays Indian Zoroastrians travel thousands of kilometers to Ateshgah to worship the fire coming out of the earth.
After a lunch break, we head to Gobustan National Park. Here, you’ll visit the Petroglyphs Museum which holds artifacts dating back to 10,000 BC.
Weather permitting, drive to mud volcanoes in Gobustan Reserve (possible car change due to the road conditions). Gobustan is renowned for hosting almost half of the world’s mud volcanoes. Return to Baku in the evening.
Hotel in Baku
Day 3: Baku
Check-out from hotel till noon. Free time until transfer to Baku International Airport. Departure.
Tour price per person – 590 €
1. All transfers (1-2 pax by sedan, 3-4 pax by Mercedes Vito or similar);
2. Accommodation based on double/twin room sharing, breakfasts included;
3. Sightseeing tour program with local English-speaking guide;
4. Entrance tickets to sights as per itinerary;
5. Mineral water;
6. Azerbaijan E-visa.
This was our first time booking a tour with Cascade travel, and next year we plan to travel to Armenia with them again. It was quite simply outstanding – from start to finish. We took a guaranteed trip to Georgia September 2022. Kazbegi was the most wonderful day of this tour, the road was amazing. Prometheus cave was wonderful as well, Tbilisi is a nice city for walks and evening dining, drinking.
Good organised private tour to Georgia
I found the Cascade Travel website and along with other companies contacted them for a private tour to Georgia in early May 2022. It was an easy and clear booking process with quick response and information from the staff. I did very little prepayment 100 EUR per person, and full amount we paid on the spot, which made us feel comfortable, besides they guarantee refund of prepayment if something happens and we refuse to travel. On the day, it was a perfect start with an airport meeting with a polite driver and clean comfortable car. We met Keti, our guide. She was very knowledgeable, polite and helpful. This trip was good organised.