Tour duration: 10 DAYS / 9 NIGHTS
Destination countries: Georgia
Arrival: Tbilisi International Airport
Departure:Tbilisi International Airport

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    Day 1 | Arrival to Tbilisi International Airport

    Arrival to Tbilisi International Airport. Meeting at the airport with company representative.
    Transfer to Tbilisi Hotel.
    Accommodation. Overnight in Tbilisi.

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    Day 2 | Tbilisi

    Breakfast at the hotel.
    Sightseeing tour around Tbilisi includes the visits to the following sites: Holy Trinity Cathedral, Metechi church with panoramic views over the old part of the city, Sioni cathedral, Anchiskhati Church, Narikala fortress, Old streets of the city, Sulphur Baths in Abanotubani, Meidan Square, Chardin Road, Freedom Square, House of Melik Azarianc (Passage), Bridge of Peace, Rustaveli Avenue, Shota Rustaveli Theatre, Vorontsov Palace, Pantheon on Mtatsminda Mount, Turtle Lake and more other sites of the city...
    Overnight in Tbilisi.

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    Day 3 | Tbilisi – Mtskheta – Ananuri - Kazbegi

    Breakfast at the hotel.
    Departure to Kazbegi. On the way to Kazbegi you will visit Ananuri Architectural Complex and Jinvali Water Reservoir is easy via Georgian Military Highway. Continuing the route to Kazbegi through popular Georgian winter resort Gudauri. Arrival to Kazbegi, Stepantsminda. The sightseeing tour includes the visits to: Gergeti Trinity Church is located near settlement Stapantsminda, on the Gergeti Mountain (2200m a.s.l.), one of the highest and most beautiful peaks of Caucasus and is the only cross-cupola church in Khevi province. You can enjoy the breathtaking views to the mount Kazbebi. Mount Kazbegi is the third highest mountain in Georgia and the seventh highest peak in the Caucasus Mountains. The summit lies directly to the west of the town of Stepantsminda and is the most prominent geographic feature of the area.
    Back to Tbilisi. Overnight in Tbilisi.

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    Day 4 | Tbilisi – Uplistsikhe – Kutaisi

    Breakfast at the hotel.
    Departure to Uplistsikhe cave town fortress — identified by archaeologists as one of the oldest urban settlements in Georgia. Strategically located in the heartland of ancient kingdom of Kartli (or Iberia as it was known to the Classical authors), it emerged as a major political and religious center of the country.
    Drive to Kutaisi. Sightseeing tour around Kutaisi with visits to Bagrati Cathedral & Gelaty Monastery. Bagrati Cathedral is a jewel of medieval architecture built in the eleventh century. One of the biggest religious sites in the country. The cathedral was commissioned by King Bagrat III and still carries his name today.
    Gelaty Monastery, situated near Bagrati, was built in 1106 by King David IV, also known as David the Builder in Georgian history. The Monastery also features the burial site of the king. Gelati used to be one of the earliest educational institutions; it had an academy on premises. Since 1994, both Bagrati and Gelati are listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites as a single entity.
    Overnight in Kutaisi.

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    Day 5 | Sataplia Cave & Martvili Canyon

    Breakfast at the hotel.
    The day starts from visit to Sataplia Nature reserve. Famous for dinosaur footprints and speleothems, Sataplia has undergone a major refurbishment in the past decade. The cave is 900 meters long, 10 meters high and 12 meters wide, boasting lit stalagmites and stalactites that enhance the natural beauty of it.
    The next visit is to Martvili Canyon used to be the ruling Dadiani family’s bathing space. Today it is a popular destination among locals and tourists for its emerald green river and scenic waterfalls. Over millions of years, the water has created breathtaking gorgeous limestone rocks, reaching a depth of 40 meters, at the bottom of which actually the river flows. Making stop for a lunch - Picnic on the open air. In the upper part of the canyon, you can take a boat trip and reach the very beginning with 7-meter-high powerful waterfall. Martvili looks and feels like a paradise not only because of its beautiful nature and amazing sites but also because of its inhabitants, who welcome guests in a tradition of warmth and hospitality.
    Overnight in Kutaisi.

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    Day 6 | Svaneti, Mestia

    Breakfast at the hotel.
    Departure to Svaneti, Mestia village.
    Home to the ten highest peaks of the Caucasus, medieval defense towers, a significant Georgian museum, and the highest settlement in Europe, Svaneti is a perfect place for adventure seekers.
    Sightseeing tour around Mestia upon arrival. Here you will explore mysterious, wild, extremely beautiful part of Georgia with ancient history. Picturesque villages and snow-covered peaks rising over 4000 m. above flower-strewn alpine meadows offer marvelous walking opportunities. Svaneti is most famous with its more than 175 towers originally built between IX-XIII cc with unique architecture, typical only for this area and local people still live there. Overnight in Mestia.

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    Day 7 | Ushguli – Borjomi

    Breakfast at the hotel.
    After breakfast departure to Ushguli – the village has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Explore local highlights: defensive towers, unique churches with old and beautiful frescoes.
    Departure from Svaneti region to Borjomi. Walking tour around Borjomi park. Borjomi gained its special reputation owing to mineral sources, of almost legendary status. The water is rich with elements necessary for the organism and is the best treatment, or means of avoiding, numerous illnesses. Tasting water from mineral springs. Tasting water from mineral springs.
    Overnight in Borjomi.

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    Day 8 | Vardzia & Rabat fortress

    Breakfast at the hotel.
    Sightseeing tour around Vardzia. It is the largest cave complex in Georgia with 3000 caves. In reality it is a cave-palace-monastery built not by dwarfs, but by Georgians in the Caucasus for their fabled queen Tamar. Today the place is maintained by a small group of zealous monks. About three hundred apartments and halls remain visitable and in some tunnels the old irrigation pipes still bring drinkable water.
    Visit to Rabat Fortress: built in the 13th century, fortress Rabat developed under the influence of deferent cultures over subsequent centuries and this is reflected in its architecture. Within the 7 hectares’ castle complex there is a Church, a Mosque, a Minaret and a Synagogue.
    Overnight in Borjomi.

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    Day 9 | Borjomi – Mtskheta – Tbilisi

    Breakfast at the hotel.
    On the way to Georgian capital you will visit Mtskheta – the former capital of Georgia.
    Due to its historical significance and numerous ancient monuments, the "Historical Monuments of Mtskheta" became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.
    Jvari Monastery is a Georgian Orthodox monastery of the 6th century, it is situated on a cliff above Mtskheta. The name is translated as the Monastery of the Cross. It is the culmination of a number of artistic and architectural aspirations in early Christian Georgian.
    Svetitskhoveli Cathedral is one of the most sacred places in Georgia and, along with Jvari Monastery, the clear highlight of a trip to Mtskheta. It was founded in 1010, built on the site of Georgia's first church, and contains the graves of the ancient Georgian kings, including Sidonia, who was said to have been buried holding Christ's robe. Arrival to Tbilisi. Overnight in Tbilisi.

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    Day 10 | Departure

    Breakfast at the hotel. Check out.
    Departure to Tbilisi International Airport.