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Georgia 12 days / 11 nightsGeorgia – although a small country situated in the South of the Great Caucasus, between the Black and Caspian seas – is the bearer of a rich cultural and traditional inheritance preserved over centuries and described in various myths and legends. The name of the country “Georgia” is believed to be taken from Persian word “gorg” which means (the land of) wolves. The history of Georgia dates back as far as 3 500 years and Christianity (the State religion) was adopted 2 000 years ago.
Excursion program 7 daysIt’s extremely easy to love Georgia. Formerly famed as the holiday haunt of the privileged elite of the Soviet Union, today’s country is an often overlooked but deeply rewarding travel destination.
Summer In Georgia!From its green valleys spread with vineyards to its old churches and watchtowers perched in fantastic mountain scenery, Georgia (Saqartvelo, საქართველო) is one of the most beautiful countries on earth and a marvelous canvas for walkers, horse riders, cyclists, skiers, rafters and travelers of every kind. Equally special are its proud, high-spirited, cultured people: Georgia claims to be the birthplace of wine, and this is a place where guests are considered blessings and hospitality is the very stuff of life.
Georgian AdventureYour journey begins amongst the historical sights of the capital, before heading into the idyllic mountainous countryside to spend your days cycling and walking amongst the beautiful gorges. You’ll visit isolated churches and take horseback rides along mountain trails, before continuing on into central Georgia to enjoy a day’s rafting and the hospitality of the ski resort of Bakuriani.With plenty of time in the mountains to walk, ride and visit the pristine mountain lakes, you’ll also explore the ancient cave town of Vardzia and spend the night in a riverside guesthouse. Journey’s end then sees you back in Tbilisi, where there will be time to shop for some last minute souvenirs before flying home.
Wine tour from Tbilisi to BatumiWine lovers have a lot to thank Georgia for. It is widely believed that this is where wine production first began, over 7000 years ago. In fact, our word “wine” is derived from “gvino” – the Georgian word for wine. Archaeological remains suggest that as early as 4000 BC grape juice was being placed in underground clay jars, or quevri (also known as kvevri), to ferment during the winter
Cultural Holidays in GeorgiaGeorgian cuisine is traditional national culinary style in Georgia. Feature of the Georgian cuisine is the use of certain products distributed in the Caucasus, and therefore the presence of certain foods, the popularity of which has worldwide fame. Georgian recipes Satsivi, Lobio, Khinkali, Ghomi, Kharcho, Chakhokhbili, Chanakh, Shkmeruli, Gozinaki, Churchkhela and many others have long been prepared outside of Georgia.