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Georgia has a diverse climate due to its location at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. The country experiences hot summers and cold winters, with varying temperatures across different regions.
In general, the coastal regions of Georgia have a subtropical climate with high humidity, while the inland regions have a continental climate with significant temperature fluctuations. The mountainous regions, such as the Caucasus Mountains, have a highland climate with heavy snowfall during the winter months.
Summer in Georgia, from June to August, is generally hot with average temperatures ranging from 20 to 30 degrees Celsius. This is the peak tourist season with many outdoor activities such as hiking, sightseeing, and festivals. Autumn from September to November is mild with cooler temperatures and the changing colors of leaves in the trees making it a beautiful time to visit. Winter from December to February is cold, with temperatures dropping below freezing and snowfall in the mountainous areas. This is a great time for skiing and other winter activities.
Spring from March to May is the time when the weather starts to warm up and the landscapes become green and lush again. This is also a great time to visit Georgia for its stunningly beautiful nature and vibrant cities.
Overall, Georgia is a year-round destination, and the best time to visit depends on your preference and activities you plan to do during your trip. Georgia tour packages are available all year round, and it is best to plan your trip according to the weather conditions and activities you plan to do.