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4 night 5 days Georgia tour package

Tbilisi, Georgia
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Duration

4 nights 5 days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

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Unlimited

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Overview

4 night 5 days Georgia tour package

4 night 5 days Georgia tour package. The distant and ancient communities of Ancient Georgia, spread out throughout the Great Caucasus mountains, are brought into view during the course of a private excursion spanning 4 nights and 6 days. Ushguli, a settlement in Svanetian, is the highest permanently inhabited place in all of Europe. It is also on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Starting and ending in Mestia, your Jeep tour will take you through the Alpine Valleys and past the Medieval Watchtowers. The rural communities located around the Enguri River are also accessible throughout the journey.
In addition to Tbilisi, Mtskheta, Gori, Kutaisi, Zugdidi, Mestia, and Akhaltsikhe, additional highlights of the tour include the ancient districts of Kartli, Imereti, Svaneti, Samegrelo, and Samtske-Javakheti. This trip is perfect for those who thrive on the thrill of exploring uncharted territory.
To the wonderful state of Georgia, you have our warmest welcome.

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Highlights

  • Rike Park
  • Narikala Fortress
  • Abanotubani
  • Bridge of Peace
  • Mtkvari River
  • Ananuri fortress
  • Zhinvali
  • Ananuri
  • Gudauri Ski resort
  • Kazbegi
  • Stepantsminda
  • Mtskheta
  • Jvari Monastery
  • Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
  • Visit -Uplistsikhe (literally “Lord’s Fortress“)

Itinerary

DAY 1: Arrival at Tbilisi international Airport
Arrival in Tbilisi; meeting at the airport.Transfer to the hotel, check-in, and rest. Overnight in Tbilisi. This officially is a start of your 5 days Georgia tour package
DAY 2: A full day excursion of Tbilisi
At the hotel, of course.
Our Tbilisi city tour will take you through the city's historic district.
The first stop on our journey will be Rike Park.
The park's wonderful views of the Old City across the river will be our first stop when we stretch our legs.
We'll ride the cable car from the park to the top of Narikala Fortress, the heart of Tbilisi for centuries.
We'll walk down the cute streets of Tbilisi, which are lined with grapevines and have lacey balconies and beautiful green yards on all sides.
Later, we'll go past Tbilisi's lone mosque.
The mosque's stunning walls are situated beside the river that flows from the highlands down to the Kura, shimmering and gurgling the whole way.
The gorge is beautiful, and the river winds its way through it.
We'll ascend along the gorge's ledge and emerge at the city's beautiful waterfall.
Abanotubani, the next site on our walking trip (literally "the baths area"),
The resort is a large, well-known sulphur springs destination.
In earlier eras, this building served as more than simply a spa; it was also a gathering spot for family and friends to spend some quality time together.
Along the way, we'll pass quaint open cafés and eateries, whose Caucasian hosts and their delicious food are legend.
The "Bridge of Peace," a famous river crossing, is where we will make our crossing of the Mtkvari.
The futuristic aesthetic really sets it apart.
Then, we'll go to the nearby Sioni Cathedral for a look (built in the 17th century).
Before Holy Trinity Church was completed in 2004, this building functioned as both the main cathedral and the house of the Patriarch of Georgia.
We'll be traveling past the iconic, Rezo Gabriadze-designed clock tower of the Marionette Theater.
DAY 3: Tbilisi-Ananuri-Gudauri-Kazbegi
Eat breakfast at the hotel.
The Ananuri fortress is our first destination.
This fortified medieval fortress was built to guard a major thoroughfare.
In addition to its rich history, this location is famous for its stunning vistas of the Zhinvali water reservoir.
Throughout the years, the Ananuri fortress served as a setting for several fights.
It's a tranquil spot now, well-known for its breathtaking vistas of the nearby mountains.
Our route will take us farther down the Georgian Military Road, and we will stop at the renowned ski area of Gudauri.
and then we'll take our time getting to Kazbegi.
As we go along, we're treated to breathtaking vistas at every turn.
We're getting close to Stepantsminda, a quaint little village.
You can see the beautiful Kazbegi Mountain, the Caucasus, and the verdant alpine meadows from this vantage point, so it's no surprise that it's a popular spot for tourists.
Kazbegi is located at a lofty altitude of 5033 meters.
We're going to take the 4x4s up to the Gergeti Trinity Church.
The church may be found at a height of around 2170 meters (7120 feet), on the right bank of the river Chkheri, just under Mount Kazbegi.
The chapel, which sits alone at the peak of the mountain and offers stunning views of the surrounding environment, is a well-known tourist attraction in Georgia.
We plan to go back to Tbilisi thereafter.
in Tbilisi for the night.
The distance between Tbilisi and Ananuri is 65 kilometers (1,15 hours), and the distance between Ananuri and Gudauri is 55 kilometers (39 minutes)
DAY 4: Tbilisi-Mtskheta-Uplistsikhe-Tbilisi
Breakfast at the hotel, then a ride to Mtskheta.
Mtskheta is one of the oldest cities in Georgia (located in the Kartli region of Eastern Georgia), and its monuments are worthy of a visit.
From the third century B.C.E. through the fifth century A.D., Mtskheta served as one of the capitals of the Georgian Kingdom of Iberia.
Mtskheta is still the seat of the Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church, founded there in 317 when the first Georgians came to Christianity.
Located in the Mtskheta-Mtianeti area of eastern Georgia, the 6th-century Jvari Monastery is a Georgian Orthodox monastery close to Mtskheta (a World Heritage site).
The name means "Monastery of the Cross" in the English language.
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, erected in the 11th century, is not to be confused with the Svetitskhoveli Monastery near Jerusalem, Georgia.
Although the actual location dates back to the 4th century and is surrounded by several tales connected mostly to early Christian traditions, the narratives themselves predate Christianity.
Svetitskhoveli, where Christians believe Christ's mantle was laid to rest, has been one of Georgia's most revered churches for centuries.
Sites of religious significance are included in the church's UNESCO heritage status.
Uplistsikhe (which translates to "Lord's Fortress") is a rock-hewn settlement that played a pivotal part in Georgian history, and you should go there.
in Tbilisi for the night.
DAY 5: Transfer to Airport + End of your 4 night 5 days Georgia tour package
After breakfast in the hotel, you will be transferred to Tbilisi's international airport. We hope you have amazing fun on your 4 night, 5 day Georgia tour package.

Included/Excluded

  • Professional guide service during the tour
  • 2 x transfers: Tbilisi airport arrival & departure to/from Tbilisi hotel by a comfortable A/C vehicle
  • Private transportation with a comfortable Climate Controlled car
  • Accommodation in the hotels
  • Excursions in accordance with the program
  • Entrance fees in accordance with the program
  • All taxes
  • Visa Fees (when needed)
  • Insurance
  • Flight tickets
  • Early Check Ins/Late Check outs
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Meals, which are not listed above

Cities involved in this Tour Package

Tbilisi

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Tour's Location

Tbilisi, Georgia

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