GEORGIA

Traveling in Georgia is one of the best and exciting  decision you have ever made. Georgia is an ancient country, at the crossroads of Western Asia and Europe, bounded by Black Sea. While your travel in Georgia, you will find a wonderful nature, culture, architecture, ancient cities, sea, mountains, and the most important a different type of Georgian hospitality. This is a country, which talks and writes with its own ancient language and script. King Parnavaz founded Georgian alphabet in the 3rd century BC and also Georgian writing system is one of the  14 existing scripts in the world.

Georgia is located in Caucasus region, which attracts people with its unbelievable Mountain system that is different with its wild nature, mountain volumes, and  exciting activities. What do we mean by exciting activities? Georgia has recently become an attraction point for extreme and winter sports athletes for example skiing, skeleton, ski jumping, skydiving, etc. Of course, our company  is always ready to provide you this beautiful place with  all activities that might attract you. As our clients admit, another sightseeing of Georgia  is Georgians and Georgian cuisine. People differ with their hospitality, most of them are always ready to help guests from other countries. Travelers often “get in love” with national food, because of its taste, quality, and mystery, because still there lost or undiscovered recipes, So if you are gourmet this place won’t left you unsatisfied.

RECOMMENDATION WHERE TO VISIT IN GEORGIA:

We recommend you to visit the most wonderful cities of Georgia most of all: Kutaisi, Signaghi, Telavi, Zugdidi and Batumi with beautiful alleys and the most important, soft, tender Black Sea, which the ancient Greeks called Euxinia -hospitable sea. If you need healing send you should visit Ureki, magnetic sand will have good impact on you. You should visit unique region of Georgia, Svaneti which we call the 1000 Tower kingdom.

Don’t forget to visit museums in Tbilisi, Kakheti, Mestia, Akhaltsikhe. You will see amazing exhibitions and it will help you to get to know the history of Georgia as well. You should see the wonders – cave cities: Uplistsikhe, David gareji, Vardzia complex.

And yet the nation’s first honor of its kind is hospitable and peaceful people who will treat you with unique and world famous Georgian cuisine and wine.

Georgia – The country where we honor our guests. Nestled in the Caucasus Mountains – the crossroads of Europe and Asia; a travel adventure awaits you.

                       

Old town and St. Nicholas church on top of Narikala Fortress, Tbilisi, Georgia, Caucasus, Central Asia, Asia

  • Tbilisi

    The capital Tbilisi is one of the oldest cities in the world with its 1500 years history. It is in eastern Georgia, on both banks of River Mtkvari, 380-600 m from the sea level. The history of establishment Tbilisi predate is from 5th century and relates to Georgian king – Vakhtang Gorgasali. There is a legend about the foundation of the city according to the territory full of forest. During the hunting the hawk of Vakhtang Gorgasali attacked the pheasant and birds fell into the hot spring. Because of the healing properties of water and the favorable location of the place king built capital Tbilisi. “Tbilisi”-“Tbili” ( in English – warm) is called because of the mineral springs.

  • Gudauri

     

    If you prefer young and rapidly developing winter resorts, Gudauri is for you. It located at Kazbegi region of Georgia, 120 km from Tbilisi, at the height of 2,196 m (about 7,200 feet) near the Cross Pass. Skiing season lasts from December to April, comfort skiing on all routes. In May skiing is possible on the five (highest) lift or even on the second lift in snow years.

  • Svaneti

    Wild and mysteries Svaneti is an exceptional example of mountain scenery, with its rich historical heritage. The Svaneti Mountain peaks Ushba (4710 m & 4690 m), Tetnuldi (4858m), Shkhara (5193 m), and Shkhelda (4368 m) are extremely challenging to climb. So they attract many expert mountaineers and the majority of them are from this region.

    The village cluster of Ushguli with its distinctive ancient towers is the highest populated place in Europe (at 2200 meters above sea level). It is the most difficult to access as it is the most isolated region of Georgia. Ushguli is declared as the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site since 1994

  • Batumi

    Batumi, located on the coast of the black sea, is lined with palm trees and surrounded by mountains. Batumi is the region’s touristic and entertainment capital. It presents an eclectic mix of architecture, ranging from the charming19th century classical edifices to modern skyscrapers, housing hotels and casinos. Batumi Boulevard, the main promenade with fountains and cafes, attracts numerous holidaymakers with its greenery and location.
  • Samegrelo

    Today, Samegrelo is well known for its warm, subtropical climate, which is on display in the forest- and marsh-covered Kolkhetian National Park, a favorite destination for bird watchers. Like other Georgian provinces, Samegrelo produces several types of wine, the most famous of which is ojaleshi—a red, naturally semi-sweet wine made from the grape variety of the same name.
  • Samtskhe–Javakheti

    Samtskhe-Javakheti was traditionally known as Meskheti, for its Meskhi Georgian tribes. The region is especially dry and mountainous south of Borjomi (which is still as green and wet as anywhere in Imereti). Javakheti, the southeastern portion of the region around Akhalkalaki, sees a bit of political ferment, since the vast majority of its residents are ethnically Armenian and demand greater autonomy and language rights. Unlike in Abkhazia and South Osetia, however, the political situation here does not translate into any danger for a visitor; it is rather just an extra reason why Javakheti is an interesting destination.

    Visitors should make Vardzia their number one travel priority (and stop along the way at Khertvisi Castle). Those with some extra time to explore would be foolish not to haul themselves up the bumpy mountain road to see the treasure that is Sapara Monastery. Borjomi is another great destination, but is far easier to visit than the rest of the regional attractions, as it is located very close to the main highway going between Tbilisi and Kutaisi.

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