Tours to Georgia

We offer a variety of tours to Georgia, perfectly suitable for all visitors and their requirements. Our unique tours to Georgia are available for different durations and costs as well as focusing on a diverse range of aspects of Georgian culture such as nature tours, historical tours and religious tours. Travellers can also purchase a combination package, which can include travel to Georgia,  Armenia and Azerbaijan.


Highlights of Georgia - 6 days (GE-01)
This six-day tour offers the chance to get acquainted with the capital’s most important sights yet still provides the opportunity to explore a little of Georgia’s incredible scenery and enjoy guided tours of the country major landmarks as well as a wine-tasting and folklore show.

Duration: 6 days
Price: from £1,045
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Best of Georgia - 8 days (GE-02)
This tour crams the highlights of the wonderful country of Georgia into an eight day package. From the ancient churches and historic museums of the capital Tbilisi to the natural splendour of the Kazbegi region with plenty of fascinating stops in between.

Duration: 8 days
Price: from £1,295
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Great Georgian Discovery - 10 days (GE-03)
Over a period of ten days, you’ll have time to get beneath the surface of this beautiful and welcoming country with this, our most comprehensive tour of Georgia. We will explore the most important UNESCO listed sights as well as stunning landscapes of the Kazbegi region.

Duration: 10 days
Price: from £1,595
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Georgia wine tour - 8 days (GE-04)
Georgia’s long association with wine production makes it a fascinating destination for wine connoisseurs. This tour visits some of the best vineyards in the country, where you’ll learn about the Georgian art of viticulture and taste some of its finest wines. Along the way, you’ll stop at some of the many historical and religious sites.

Duration: 8 days
Price: from £1,095
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Best of Georgia and Azerbaijan - 12 Days (CT-03)
The countries of the Caucasus are culturally rich as they are varied. This tour combines delightful Georgia and Azerbaijan. In Georgia, travel back in time to centuries-old monasteries and long abandoned cave cities, visit Stalin’s birthplace and enjoy the country’s long tradition of viticulture. Cross the border into neighbouring Azerbaijan, where you’ll enjoy the heritage attractions of Baku’s old town and explore the mud volcanoes and flaming hillsides of the surrounding countryside.

Duration: 12 days
Price: from £1,795
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Discover Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan - 16 Days (CT-02)
Over a period of sixteen days, you will have time to delve beneath the surface of these welcoming countries and beautiful landscapes. Among the places you will explore will be the capital of Armenia moving on to the stunning mountainous landscape of the Kazbegi region of Georgia with its UNESCO listed cathedrals, and finally finishing in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Duration: 16 days
Price: from £2,495
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Location

Known as the balcony of Europe, Georgia is located in Eurasia directly below Russia, on the southern slopes of the Caucasus mountains. Due to its location it has a rich culture influenced by both Byzantine and Persian influences. Also an Orthodox Christian country, it is abundant with ecclesiastical architecture with a rich history. The country has its own exotic architecture influenced by both surrounding continents, boasting a number of castles and other extraordinary structures influenced by the architecture of medieval Europe, Armenia and the Byzantine empire.
 
The people of Georgia are blessed with warm hearts and a kind nature that makes travelling to Georgia a fantastic way of truly experiencing an eclectic and welcoming culture.

Places to Visit

Our tours of Georgia offer a myriad of options to enable you to fully experience what this beautiful country has to offer.
 
Tbilisi
The capital of this beautiful nation, Tbilisi is located at the heart of the Caucasus by the Mtkvari (Kura) River. Due to its geographical location, Tbilisi has been the target of many international empires and governments throughout history which greatly impacted the city’s culture. It has also been the ground of many historic battles and it is a treasure of Georgia.
 
As the capital, Tbilisi perfectly encapsulates the uniqueness of Georgia with superb tourist locations such as the Narikala Fortress, the Mitatsminda Amusement Park, The Bridge of Peace, Rustaveli Avenue and the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi, making it a popular place to visit for holidays in Georgia. Tbilisi is also home to a number of historical bath houses due to its abundance of natural hot springs, which are incredibly popular amongst tourists and locals alike.
 
Kutaisi
The second largest and third most populated city in Georgia, Kutaisi is a beautiful city with its unique dense history. the capital of several historical Georgian kingdoms, Kutaisi is built around the Rioni River, with the city centre dating back to the 17th century.
 
Bagrati Cathedral, overlooking this historical city, and the Gelati Monastery are just a few of the many attractions of Kutaisi, as well as The David the Builder statue, one of the most significant Georgian Kings who ruled in the late 11th and 12th Century. When visiting Kutaisi, The Colchi Fountains are must see, with a wonderful display of lights at night, and the Prometheus Cave, an unmissable natural wonder with exquisite stalagmites and stalactites where legend says the Titan Prometheus was chained.
 
Vardzia
Our tours to Georgie can also take you driving 60 km into the wilderness from Akhaltsikhe, to the breathtaking cave city of Vardzia. During the 12th Century, Vardzia was booming town with a population of 50,000 people. Built on the side of an immense cliff, Vardzia is now a ghost town, consisting of houses formed from caves, with some as elaborate as to feature wine cellars, sewerage systems and even churches. Available both as a day trip or overnight, Vardzia is a magical place and an unmissable experience while travelling to Georgia.
 
Svaneti
Located in the beautiful mountainous region of the Caucasus, Svaneti is an ancient land of picturesque villages and snow-covered peaks rising 4000m above the flower-strewn alpine meadows. The breath-taking views of Svaneti make it the perfect backdrop for trekking and nature holidays in Georgia. The highest region in Georgia, Svaneti is historically named after the ethnic group which most commonly occupies the region, the Svans, and is home to the beautiful city of Mestia and UNESCO World Heritage Sites Chazhashi and Ushguli.

Our tours to Georgia

Here you will find our group tours to Georgia. You can use the filters to facilitate your search. If you cannot find any suitable itinerary, please contact us and we will tailor-make a trip to Georgia for you based on your preferences. Please also note, although all our groups are small, we can still arrange any of the tours listed below on a private basis.