Georgia, Tbilisi 5D4N

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  • Georgia
  • 5 Days 4 Nights
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  • Unlimited
  • Unlimited
  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel accommodation
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Meals as per Itinerary
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Georgia, Tbilisi 5D4N

Here are 9 Reasons to visit Georgia

  1. Tbilisi: An eclectic melting pot 2. Ushguli: Europe’s highest village 3. The birthplace of wine 4. Mysterious cave cities. 5. Supra: A traditional Georgian feast 6. Remote mountain villages 7. Europe’s most surreal museum 8. Beautiful and ancient churches 9. The people and Georgian hospitality

Batumi’s seaside Boulevard park and the Old Town inland have been tastefully renovated, new architecture including a small forest of eye-catching tower buildings has sprung up, and Batumi has developed into one of the Black Sea’s top resort magnets, with a great party scene in summer.

Tour Highlight:
Day 1: Tiblisi city tour (Sameba & Metekhi Cathedrals, Anchiskhati, Narikala Fortress, Bridge of Peace, Chardin Avenue)
Day 2: Ananuri Monastery Fortress, Zhinvali Reservoir (Gudauri), Kazbegi
Day 3: Singhnaghi, Kakheti (Winery, St. Nino Sources, Georges’ Monastery)
Day 4: Mtskheta (Jvari Monastery)


Package is quoted per person in USD and includes:

  • 04-Night accommodation in TBILISI at the hotel of your choice.
  • Bed and Breakfast basis
  • Private Transfer Airport/Hotel/Airport.
  • Guide / Driver Services
  • Cable Car in Tbilisi
  • Gergety trinity Church
  • Entrance to Borjomi
  • Entrance to Rabath
  • Travel Insurance covering Covid


Star Hotel Name 02 Pax 04 Pax 06 Pax
3 Epic  $        412  $        316  $        266
3 New Metekhi  $        412  $        316  $        266
4 Aqua liberty  $        461  $        360  $        315

Important Notices:

  • Prices are subject to change according to Availability of class at the Time of Booking.
  • Advance Bookings are highly recommended.




Arrival to Tbilisi, transfer to hotel.
Tbilisi today is one of the most modern and cosmopolitan cities in the Caucasus. The city has been destroyed and rebuilt nearly 30 times following wars and invasions.
Tbilisi city tour: Visit SAMEBA CATHEDRAL and METEKHI CATHEDRAL founded in the 13th century. ANCHISKHATI-Tbilisi ancient temple, consecrated in honor of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Continue to NARIKALA FORTRESS and its ST. NIKOLAS CHURCH. Walk up the fortress stairs to get a “bird-eye” view of this magical city. Narikala can be seen from any point within Old Tbilisi. Pause at the president “BRIDGE OF PEACE”, the 2nd largest in the world of architecture … …
Visit the Old Tbilisi well-known for its sulfur bathhouses fed by natural hot springs.
In the evening, stroll along the famous SHARDENI STREET (the Gorgian Champs-Elysees) where you find modern, popular restaurants, open air café-bars, trendy night clubs and art galleries.. wander around the hip “LESELIDZE” street . … Overnight in Tbilisi.



Breakfast then drive through the Georgian Military Road to ANANURI MONASTERY FORTRESS, situated on Zhinvali reservoir. Admire the famous GUDAURI SKI RESORT (2,195m altitude).
Head to STEPANTSMINDA (the climbing resort on Great Caucasus’ mountains).
This is most people’s destination on the Georgian Military Hwy: a valley town with the famous hilltop silhouette of Tsminda Sameba Church and the towering snowy cone of Mt Kazbek looking down from the west. Now officially named Stepantsminda, but still commonly known as KAZBEGi, it’s a base for some wonderful walking and mountain biking.
Contemplate this 14th-century church 2,200m above Stepantsminda, a symbol of Georgia for its incomparably photogenic hilltop ..and for the fierce determination involved in building it on such a lofty, isolated perch. The views back over Stepantsminda are incredible.
Return to Tbilisi. Overnight at the hotel.



Breakfast then journey to Kakheti, the wine area. There are 2,000 varieties of grapes worldwide, of which 500 varieties grow here in Kakheti. Drive to “SIGHNAGHI” the beautiful city of love. Famous for its eponymous castle, included in the list of the most famous and largest forts in Georgia.
Sighnaghi is perhaps Georgia’s single most attractive town, with an amazing position perched on a lofty hilltop facing the snowcapped Caucasus looming in the distance across the vast Alazani valley. Full of 18th and 19th century architecture and with a vaguely Tuscan feel, Sighnaghi has seen a comprehensive renovation program and has seen scores of hotels open. the town has retained its easy charm and is still a lovely place to spend a couple of days.

Descend to the sources of St. Nino (a 30-min walking). Visit “Bodbe” –
Bodbe Convent, the revered final resting place of St Nino, is set among tall cypresses 2km south of Sighnaghi, a pleasant walk on country roads. The little church was originally built over the saint’s grave by King Mirian in the 4th century. A steep path leads 800m down to a small chapel built over St Nino’s Spring, which reputedly burst forth after she prayed on this spot. Pilgrims queue up to drink and splash themselves with the holy water.
The monastery complex of St. George’s Episcopal. The monastic complex comprises the 9th century St. George’s Monastery founded by St. Gregory, a tower and fragments of a 12th century defensive wall.
In the evening return to Tbilisi.
Overnight at the hotel.



Drive to Uplistsikhe – an amazing and ancient city, carved in the rock in the 7th century.
The Historical Monuments of Mtskheta are located in the cultural landscape at the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari Rivers, 20km northwest of Tbilisi. Highlights: 1) Jvari Monastery (5th century, there is church of the same name in Jerusalem) – according to legend, this temple was erected over the exuded fragrant oil (myrrh) stump of the cedar, under this cedar St.Nino was praying; 2) Svetitstkhoveli Cathedral (the sacred place for every Christian Orthodox); 3) Samtavro Monastery (where the king Mirjan and Princess Nana lie. They were the first who recognized Christianity in Georgia. Feast your eyes and senses with the year-round growing, flowering and fruiting blackberry bush. Here lived and preached St. Nino, the enlightener and the first preacher of Christianity in Georgia).
Enlisted as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mtskheta was the ancient capital of Kartli, the East Georgian Kingdom from the 3rd century BC to the 5th century AD. It was also the location where Christianity was proclaimed as the official religion in Georgia in 337. To date, it still remains the headquarters of the Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church. In the evening return to Tbilisi. Overnight at hotel.


Day 5: Breakfast at the hotel. Check out. Transfer to Tbilisi international hotel.



Georgia Motto: ძალა ერთობაშია (Dzala Ertobashia): Strength is in Unity


Sites to See

Cathedral Sameba built in the 21st century, and is the 2nd largest temple in the World;

Cathedral Metekhi’ founded in the 13th century;

Anchiskhati-Tbilisi ancient temple, consecrated in honor of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary;

The bridge named by the president “Bridge of Peace” and is the 2nd largest in the world known for its architecture.

Old Tiblisi Narikala Fortress Rustaveli Avenue & Freedom Square


Dry Bridge (home to a famous flea market) Tbilisi Funicular (finest example of cable railways in the world) Agmashenebeli Avenue (one of the longest and most beautiful streets of the city. Here you can find gorgeous historic buildings, painted entryways and distinctive architectural ornaments.
Museums &

Art Palace Of Georgia

Gabriadze Theater Holy Trinity Cathedral (one of the tallest Eastern Orthodox cathedrals in the World. Includes an underground, 9 chapels, buildings, gardens)


SIGHNAGHI (The City of Love is an hour from Tiblisi)

  • Kakheti region, Wine and spirits. Taste the Georgian bread, cheese and Chacha
  • Signagi, one of the most beautiful towns, with its unusually peculiar architecture, charming houses…
  • Bodbe monastery is 2 km far from Signaghi linked to the adoption of Christianity. The monastery’s area is covered with wonderful flowers, bushes and vineyards. St. George Cathedral, part of the monastery, holds the remains of St. Nino, Equal to the Apostles, who brought Christianity to Georgia.
  • Winery Khareba is Georgia’s largest wine cellar. There is perfect storage conditions for wine, 7,7 km of tunnels and galleries.



  • Tbilisi, Georgia

  • Narikala Fortress, Tbilisi, Georgia

  • Bridge of Peace, Tbilisi, Georgia

  • Tsinandali, Georgia

  • Mtskheta, Georgia

  • Mtkvari River, Tbilisi, Georgia

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