DAY 1: Arrival at Tbilisi international Airport
Arrival at the international airport in Tbilisi Following the welcome and transfer, 15:30 will be the hotel check-in time.
Your 8 night 9 days Georgia tour package is officially starting here.
DAY 2: Tbilisi to Kutaisi (With local Siteseing)
Start your half-day city tour of Tbilisi with breakfast at the hotel.
From the opposite bank of the river, you can view the Holy Trinity Cathedral (Sameba). In the late 20th century, the world's largest orthodox cathedral, which was meant to bring people together, was built. A beautiful park surrounds the Lagidze water café, the main cathedral, and the entrance to the bell tower.
Stop at the Georgian National Museum on Rustaveli Avenue to see priceless golden artifacts that were found during excavations.
After you've seen everything there is to see in Tbilisi, make your way to the Imereti region in western Georgia. It will take roughly four hours to do this transfer.
You should go see the Gelati Monastery and School. Ruler David IV of Georgia, also known as David the Builder, was the most important king in Georgian history. He built the Gelati monastic complex in the 12th century. Experts in medieval astronomy figured out that the best place to watch the sunset was from the window of the academy.
The city of Kutaisi, the third largest in Georgia, is where you will arrive. It serves as the regional capital of Imereti and has been the seat of several Georgian kings throughout history. an effortless stroll across Central Park.
DAY 3: Kutaisi– Prometheus Cave – Nokalakevi – Tsalenjikha – Enguri Dam – Mestia
The Prometheus Cave (Kumistavi) is one of the biggest karst caverns in Georgia, so after breakfast at the hotel, you should check out and make your way there. Visitors may explore the many chambers of Prometheus Cave, which is located near the town of Tskaltubo, along a 1.8-kilometer-long path. In order to get the boat ride, you must go all the way to the exit (if the water level is navigable).
Keep going till you reach Nokalakevi. Nokalakevi is famous for its excavations, which span around 20 acres, and is situated on the banks of the clear, green Tekhuri River. Archaeologists have found a lot of artifacts and ruins of the old city of Archaeopolis in this area. About 45 minutes is allotted for the outing. The location is equipped to accommodate electric cars.
Drive north from Nokalakevi via the Enguri river canyon to see the Enguri hydroelectric dam, which at 271.5 meters in height is one of the tallest concrete arch dams in the world (891 ft).
Follow the raging Inguri River and a twisting road that seems to go on forever up into the Zemo Svaneti area in the Caucasus Mountains. Upon reaching Svaneti in the evening, you will find yourself in Mestia, the major city and administrative hub. The region as a whole is well-known for its historically significant Svan towers, which date back to the Middle Ages and serve as defensive structures.
We'll be staying in Mestia for the night.
DAY 4: Mestia – Ushguli – Mestia
an in-room hotel breakfast. Local 4WD jeeps will transport you to the Ushguli Community. Stop in Mulakhi, Ipari, and Kala, three medieval settlements, and see the glistening peaks of the Ushba and Tetnuldi glaciers.
Ushguli is made up of four villages, and all of them have kept their traditional culture and buildings. The region was shut off from the rest of the world for around 8–9 months of the year as a result of its remote position, challenging route, and severe environment. It also has one of the highest population densities in Europe, which makes it a unique and interesting place to live (2200 m). Ushguli is recognized as a cultural and natural treasure by UNESCO. The Svan fertility goddess is honored at a little church in the hamlet of Zhibiani, part of the Ushguli Community. The chapel is called La Maria. In the distance, the beautiful Shkhara glacier can be seen. Spend some time exploring the hamlet, chatting with the inhabitants, and sampling some of the local fare (tea, cheese, and honey) before making your way back to Mestia.
Mestia for the night.
DAY 5: Mestia – Zugdidi – Kutaisi
After breakfast on day 5 of your 8 night 9 days Georgia tour package, you'll go on a little sightseeing adventure in Mestia. Stop by the Mestia Museum or the Margiani Tower Museum to learn about the traditional Svan lifestyle via displays of native household goods, artwork, and the local "Machubi" home.
It is time to go for Kutaisi. You should stop at Zugdidi, the regional capital of the Samegrelo area. In Zugdidi, the Dadiani Palace and its Museum of History and Architecture are must-sees. Local nobles, the Dadiani - Mingrelian Princes, called Dadiani Palace home. The Dadiani Palace, the Court Church, and the Botanical Garden are all part of the Museum.
After completing your journey, you will arrive back in Kutaisi to finish the day with a tour of the city and its environs in the evening.
Located in the heart of Kutaisi, the 11th-century Bagrati Cathedral is a landmark of the city. Bagrati Cathedral and the Gelati monastery structures are also UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
DAY 6: Kutaisi – Vani – Ubisa – Borjomi - Bakuriani
Our day will begin with a journey to the Motsameta Monastic Complex, located only 6 kilometres from Kutaisi, after breakfast at the hotel. The monastery, which was founded in the eleventh century, is especially notable because of its setting. We leave Imereti at Motsameta and go to the town of Borjomi, where we may take a stroll through Borjomi National Park and sample the region's eponymous mineral water. At an altitude of 1700 meters and 26 kilometres from Borjomi, the skiing resort of Bakuriani is a popular destination for winter sports enthusiasts. Inn in Bakuriani for the night.
DAY 7: Bakuriani – Akhaltsikhe – Vardzia – Bakuriani
an in-room hotel breakfast. The Samtskhe-Javakheti area is calling your name. I have never been to Akhaltsikhe before, but I am excited to see the region's newly refurbished castle in the Rabati neighborhood. The medieval fortress complex includes a mosque, a synagogue, and a Catholic church in addition to a fort from the 10th to the 14th century, a fortress church from the late medieval era, a palace from the 18th century, and the Church of Saint Marine (1865) with built-in relief works. Within Akhaltsikhe's protective walls are the city's historical museum, hotel, open-air theater, café, and yard with fountains.
At the end of your tour, you can take a ride to the medieval Georgian landmark Vardzia Cave Monastery. Vardzia, a cate-town and monastery carved out of the Erusheti mountains for defense, dates back to the 12th and 13th centuries, during the Georgian Golden Age.
We went on an excursion to Vardzia and then drove back to Bakuriani.
We're staying in Bakuriani for the night.
DAY 8: Bakuriani – Mtskheta – Tbilisi
Return to Tbilisi after a hotel breakfast. On day eight, we go to Mtskheta and Tbilisi to take in the sights. At the meeting point of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers is the town of Mtskheta, the former capital of the early Georgian Kingdom of Iberia. In Mtskheta, we see two historical sites: the 11th-century Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and the 7th-century Jvari Monastery, which sits on a mountain with a view of the city and its two rivers. Svetitskhoveli and Jvari, two examples of Georgian church architecture, are both included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. After seeing Mtskheta, we go to Georgia's capital and biggest city, Tbilisi.
On day 8, we'll have a half-day city trip in Tbilisi. A cable car whisks us from Rike Park in the historic district to the top of the cliff where the mtatsmala Fortress overlooks modern-day Tbilisi. The stronghold, split into two walled halves, can be found between the Sulfur bathhouses and the Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Following our stop at Narikala, we continue our walking tour of Tbilisi's historic district. Afterward, we'll go to the sulphur bathhouse district and Maidan Square, after which we'll visit the LegvtaKhevi canyon and waterfall. In Tbilisi for the night.
DAY 9: End of 8 night 9 days Georgia tour package
transfer to Tbilisi International Airport for departure.