Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

9 Days
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Georgia and the Caucasus

9 Days Starting and ending in Tbilisi, Georgia

Visiting:

Tbilisi

,

Mtskheta

,

Kakheti

,

Lagodekhi Nature Reserve

,

Ananuri Fortress Complex

,

Gudauri View Point

,

Gergeti Trinity Church

,

Stepantsminda

,

Truso Gorge

,

Juta

Tour operator:

Culture Trip

Physical rating:

Medium

Special diets catered:

Vegetarians

Trip Styles:

Activities:

Tour code:

GEO

Group size:

4 - 16

Age range:

25-99

Tour operated in:

English

Interests:

Recommended For:

Private Available:

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From:
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$1436 (USD)

EXTRA tourhub discount: $72

Tour Overview

Whether hiking in the Caucasus Mountains or whipping up a feast from a farmer’s market, this nine-day journey yields an immersive Georgian experience. You'll begin in the Old Quarter of Tbilisi and visit Unesco World Heritage sites at nearby Mtskheta. See the ancient wine-making – and drinking – traditions of the region before exploring Lagodekhi National Park. The spectacular Truso Gorge, a hike up to Gergeti Church and a ramble beyond remote Juta village showcase the best of the High Caucasus. Return to earth with a visit to sulphur baths in Tbilisi, wrapped up with an invigorating massage.

Highlights

  • Explore the Caucasus Mountains and trek to a remote church

  • Visit Mtskheta, a Unesco World Heritage site

  • Taste Georgian wine and learn to cook traditional dishes

  • Hike the lush hilly forests of Lagodekhi National Park

  • Soak in the famed sulphur baths of Tbilisi

  • Experience warm Georgian hospitality

Places You'll See

Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

Georgia and the Caucasus

Itinerary

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icon Day 1 : Arrive in Tbilisi
Location:

  Tbilisi


Accommodation:

  Hotel


Accommodation Name:

  Folk Boutique Hotel


Meals Included:

  Dinner


Touch down at Tbilisi International Airport and make your way to your central hotel, where you’ll meet our Local Insider who will accompany the group throughout the trip. At 6pm, they will introduce you to your fellow travellers over an informal welcome drink. Get to know each other during dinner before turning in for an early night; tomorrow will be a jam-packed day

Activities included:

Welcome dinner

icon Day 2 : Explore Tbilisi Old Quarter and enjoy a typical Georgian lunch
Location:

  Tbilisi


Accommodation:

  Hotel


Accommodation Name:

  Folk Boutique Hotel


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch


Old Tbilisi's tangle of narrow streets and pretty houses huddle beneath a cliff, topped with the walls of a fourth-century fortress. After strolling the lanes, catch a cable car up to the fortress for panoramic views across the city before heading down to a cluster of medieval bathhouses. Adjourn for a well-deserved lunch of khachapuri, a scrumptious cheese-filled bread and the Georgian national dish. At the Museum of Georgia, look out for gold artefacts; many believe this is the mythical Land of the Golden Fleece – something to mull over with evening drinks in a local pub.

Activities included:

Guided Tbilisi walking tour
Traditional Georgian lunch
Museum of Georgia visit

icon Day 3 : Visit a farmer's market and the World Heritage monuments in Mtskheta
Location:

  Mtskheta, Tbilisi


Accommodation:

  Hotel


Accommodation Name:

  Folk Boutique Hotel


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch


Tbilisi hosts the largest market in Georgia, the curiously named Dezerter Bazaar where deserting soldiers reputedly sold their weapons in the 1920s. Today it's a colourful cornucopia of fresh produce, spices and pickles along with home-brewed wine and spirits. It's also where you'll meet your host, chef Teona, to buy ingredients, before decamping to her home for a convivial masterclass in hearty Georgian cooking. Enjoy your creations for lunch. In the afternoon, you’ll head to nearby Mtskheta, a former fortified capital, to tour an atmospheric clutch of Unesco World Heritage monuments, including the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral.

Activities included:

Guided farmer’s market tour
Cooking lesson
Guided Mtskheta tour

icon Day 4 : Experience the wine and baking traditions of Georgia
Location:

  Kakheti


Accommodation:

  Hotel


Accommodation Name:

  Royal Palace Hotel


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch


Georgia is referred to as the cradle of wine, as it’s where the first-known wine was fermented in 6,000BCE. Today you'll see these traditions in the Kakheti region, east of Tbilisi. Wine here is still made in qvevri, large clay egg-shaped vessels, usually buried in the ground, and you'll watch a master craftsman showcase the process. Following a pause at the 16th-century citadel of Gremi, join a local family for home-baked bread and churchkhela, a sausage-shaped sweet made from nuts and thickened grape juice. Like most Georgian feasts, lunch is conducted by a traditional tamada, or toastmaster.

Activities included:

Qvevri wine workshop
Bread baking and churchkhela experience
Lunch with wine and a traditional toastmaster

icon Day 5 : Hike in Lagodekhi National Park and sample Georgian wine
Location:

  Lagodekhi Nature Reserve, Tbilisi


Accommodation:

  Hotel


Accommodation Name:

  Folk Boutique Hotel


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch


Step outside your hotel and you're at the gates of Lagodekhi National Park, a small protected reserve in the Caucasian foothills that border Russia and Azerbaijan. You'll enjoy a five-hour hike in the tranquil forests, which are veined with rivers and twitching with birds – an ideal prelude to the higher Caucasus in the coming days. Returning to Tbilisi, you’ll stop by a local winery to sample some of the country's incredible array of distinctive wines, many of which are made in limited quantities by small-scale producers.

Activities included:

Lagodekhi National Park hike
Picnic lunch
Traditional Georgian wine tasting

icon Day 6 : Head into the Caucasus Mountains and trek to Gergeti Church
Location:

  Ananuri Fortress Complex, Gudauri View Point, Gergeti Trinity Church, Stepantsminda


Accommodation:

  Hotel


Accommodation Name:

  Chemodann Hotel Kazbegi


Meals Included:

  Breakfast


Belt up for the drive north into the Caucasus Mountains on the Georgian Military Highway. This ancient trading route between Georgia and Russia wriggles across the Jvari Pass before joining the Terek River valley, all the way to the town of Stepantsminda. En route you'll pause at Ananuri Castle and the Gudauri View Point before reaching the 2,438m (8,000ft) high pass and spectacular Caucasus landscapes beyond. Stepantsminda is hemmed in by rugged mountains, including the snow-clad Mount Kazbegi. You'll need to boot up for the superb three-hour hike to the medieval Gergeti Trinity Church, which sits on top of a grassy ridge.

Activities included:

Ananuri fortress visit
Guided hike to Gergeti Church

icon Day 7 : Drive through Truso Gorge and visit remote Juta village
Location:

  Truso Gorge, Juta, Stepantsminda


Accommodation:

  Hotel


Accommodation Name:

  Chemodann Hotel Kazbegi


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch


It's another day of exhilarating scenery. Backtracking down the Terek valley, you'll follow the Terek River as it veers west into ever wilder country before arcing through the Truso Gorge to time-forgotten hamlets and their lonely chapels. Heading back towards Stepantsminda, take a detour to Juta, one of the highest villages in the region. A short optional walk up the valley brings you to meadows with awesome views of the Chaukhi Massif, a jagged mountain with more than a passing resemblance to the Dolomites in Italy. Head back to Stepantsminda for dinner and a well-deserved sleep.

Activities included:

4WD Truso Gorge tour
Juta village visit


Optional activities:

Guided Chaukhi Massif mountain hike

icon Day 8 : Return to Tbilisi for a soak in sulphur baths
Location:

  Tbilisi


Accommodation:

  Hotel


Accommodation Name:

  Folk Boutique Hotel


Meals Included:

  Breakfast


Returning along the Military Highway, you'll have time to snap those photos you may have missed on the way in. Back in Tbilisi, it's time for pampering in the celebrated sulphur baths which, together with hot springs, anchor the legend of the city's foundation in the fifth century. If all that steam and soaking make you drowsy, a kisa massage with exfoliation is sure to revitalise the senses in time for a farewell dinner.

Activities included:

Tbilisi sulphur baths visit
Kisa massage experience
Farewell dinner

icon Day 9 : Depart from Tbilisi
Location:

  Tbilisi


Meals Included:

  Breakfast


After a leisurely breakfast in the pretty hotel garden, it's time to say goodbye to your fellow travellers. At midday, head for the airport for the return trip home – or extend your stay in Georgia.

What's Included

  • Local Insider

  • Private and local transport

  • Meals described in the itinerary

  • Activities described in the itinerary

What's Not Included

  • Meals not in the itinerary

  • International flights

  • Visas (if required)

  • Airport transfers

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We usually wait until we have a few travellers booked on a trip before we guarantee it will run. The latest we will guarantee a trip is 60 days ahead of departure, often it will be long before.

What happens if I need to amend or cancel my booking?

You can change the date of your tour up to 60 days prior to departure and cancel at any time, although cancellation conditions may apply.

Are airport transfers included?

Some of our trips do not include airport transfers, so we recommend customers either take public transport or a taxi. However, if you would like us to arrange a private transfer please ask one of our travel experts who can arrange this for you.

What is the group size?

Our maximum group size is 18, although our average group size is 10-12 people. Group travel is a great way to meet other people, and you will have the safety of travelling with a group, but you can also decide how much time you want to spend by yourself.

What kind of transport do you use on your trips?

We use a mix of public and private transport on our trips, but usually a small and comfortable minibus, so we can access more remote destinations that larger groups can’t get to.

    Can I book extra nights accommodation before or after my trip?

    Yes, call or email one of our Travel Experts who will be able to add accommodation to your booking.

    Are flights / transport to the destination included?

    No - our travellers come from all over the world so flights and / or transport to the start destination are not included.

    What kind of luggage should I bring?

    It depends on the type of trip you have booked, but we usually recommend a soft sided bag or case as they are easier to handle on a trip.

    Do I need to buy travel insurance?

    Yes - all travellers must have travel insurance before they join one of our trips. You are strongly advised to take out your policy at the time of booking to protect your holiday payments in the event of cancellation.

    Is there any age limit on the Trips?

    You must be 25 or over to travel on our trips, however there is no upper age limit. You just need a sense of adventure.

    Do I need to tip?

    Tips are not included in the price of your trip but are entirely optional and at your discretion.

    Why should I travel with Culture Trip?

    We know the world's best bits – our award-winning content proves it. Now we’re using that expertise to bring you curated trips that combine thoughtful planning with authentic experiences and hand-picked accommodation. Led by Local Insiders, our trips bring together small groups of curious travellers who embrace the value of shared experiences, cultural immersion and travel that never feels rushed.

    Do I need any vaccinations?

    As a tour operator we are unable to give medical advice, however we suggest you contact your doctor, a professional medical travel clinic or check out the World Health Organisation website for more details.

    How many meals are included?

    Breakfast is included daily and then depending on your itinerary, some lunches and dinners. This is clearly indicated in the trip details or ask your Travel Expert to confirm.

    What happens if I am travelling on my own?

    Most accommodations on our trips are reserved on a twin share basis. Therefore, if you are travelling on your own you will be sharing a room with another Culture Trip traveller of the same sex. However, most of the time it is possible to pay a supplement for your own room. Please ask your Travel Expert for more information.

    What visas do I need?

    Depending on your passport and your destination, you may need a visa to travel on one of our trips. It is up to you to ensure you have any and all necessary visas before you travel. We recommend you check with a specialist visa agency at least 6 weeks before you travel.

    What is not included in the trip?

    We don’t include the following in our trips: insurance (however you must have insurance to travel on one of our trips), flights, tips for local guides, optional activities and other meals and services not mentioned in your itinerary.

    How fit do I need to be to take one of your trips?

    We offer a variety of different trips, most of which do not require a specific level of fitness. Some of our trips are more active, but we include details on each specific trip information page. If you are unsure please don’t hesitate to ask one of our Travel Experts.

    Will there always be a guide on the trip?

    Absolutely yes. We pride ourselves on our expert Local Insiders - they are an integral part of what makes our trips so special. Your Local Insider will accompany you throughout the trip and is there to help and assist in any way possible as well as ensure everything works to time.

    How much money should I bring?

    This will depend on how long your trip is, your destination and how much you intend to spend on personal expenses and any meals that aren’t included. It is a good idea to check out the cost of a local lunch and dinner in your destination before you travel.

    Can I travel in my own private group?

    Yes you can. Our team of Travel Experts can put together a bespoke trip to suit all group sizes in most destinations around the world. Please contact us for more details.

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  • Cancellation Policy

    We don't charge a cancellation fee, here is a summary of culture trip charges.

    Up to 55 days before tour starts: 100% of deposit.

    At 29 days before tour starts: 100% of booking price.

Georgia and the Caucasus

9 Days Starting and ending in Tbilisi, Georgia

Visiting:

Tbilisi

,

Mtskheta

,

Kakheti

,

Lagodekhi Nature Reserve

,

Ananuri Fortress Complex

,

Gudauri View Point

,

Gergeti Trinity Church

,

Stepantsminda

,

Truso Gorge

,

Juta

Tour operator:

Culture Trip

Physical rating:

Medium

Special diets catered:

Vegetarians

Trip Styles:

Activities:

Tour code:

GEO

Group size:

4 - 16

Age range:

25-99

Tour operated in:

English

Interests:

Recommended For:

Private Available:

Request A Private Tour

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$1436 (USD)

EXTRA tourhub discount: $72

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  • "Live once Travel Well", is my main motto for life. I love to travel, go on outdoor adventures & family travels/adventures. When I'm not traveling, I'm busy planning my next adventure ☺️