Most visited places in Georgia
duration: 8 days
From 690$

overview•  You will experience the local culture with new outlooks, traditions and activities;
• Your tour guide will be unique to your itinerary;
• You will explore the impact of cultural diversity by visiting Tbilisi – the magic capital of Georgia, where East meets West;
• You will have chance to go back in time and visit the spiritual heart of Georgia – Mtskheta and take part in UNESCO World Heritage Walking Tour;
• You will visit the best restaurants with local cuisine where you can taste the authentic flavor of Georgia and at the same time enjoy with traditional performances;
• You will visit “the city of love” – Sighnaghi, where romantic cobbled street, wooden carved balconies, Italian architecture and small cozy cafes will create a magic moments of your journey;
• You will have the magic opportunity to fly above the clouds by visiting Gergeti Trinity church;
• You will discover “The Fortress of the Lord” - Ancient Caves of Uplistsikhe;
• You will visit Gori Castle and Joseph Stalin’s Museum;
• You will explore the charming town of Georgia – Kutaisi – the cradle of ancient civilization, founded around 4 millenniums ago;
• You will also explore the Medieval Georgia by visiting Bagrati Cathedral and Gelati monastery;
• You will enjoy a 280 meter boat tour on the underground lake in the Promotheus Cave;
• You will discover “the Pearl of the black Sea” – Batumi;
• And much more…
So take a real chance and create the magic moments of your life with GeoMagicTour!

We make your magic experience happen!
Day 1: Arrival d
Welcome to Tbilisi, the Magic capital of Georgia!

Meet and assist at Tbilisi International Airport;

Welcome dinner in a local restaurant;
Tbilisi Night Tour (depends on your arrival time): Tbilisi view at night from Narikhala fortress, drive to Freedom square, Rustaveli Avenue, and much more if time permits;

Overnight in Tbilisi (in the chosen hotel).
Day 2: Tbilisi, the city where East meets West d
Breakfast at the hotel;

Breakfast at the hotel;

Old Tbilisi Walking Tour
: meet your guide and start your tour from The Holy Trinity Cathedral (commonly known as Sameba) – the third-tallest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in the world and one of the largest religious buildings in the world; continue to Virgin Mary Metekhi church, located on the cliff, on the left bank of the river Mtkvari and the equestrian statue of the King Vakhtang Gorgasali (the legendary founder of Tbilisi) beside it; Walk down to Tbilisi’s Old Town District: visit Sulphur Baths (“Abanotubani”); The Mosque, where the Shiah and the Sunnite Branch of Moslem people praying side by side; stroll through the narrow, shady pedestrian streets with classic Eastern overhanging balconies, Shardeni Street famous with its cozy, modern cafes, bars, fashionable galleries and souvenir shops; Visit Sioni Cathedral, Anchiskhati Basilica and bell tower; Stop at the Leaning Clock Tower with its truly unique and bizarre structure; Walk across the Bridge of Peace to Rike Park; Take cable car to Narikala Fortress – ancient citadel overlooking Tbilisi and the River Mtkvari.

Lunch break;

The Spiritual heart of Georgia – Mtskheta

Drive to Mtskheta – ancient capital of Kartli (the East Georgian Kingdom from the 3rd century BC to the 5th century Ad), 20km northwest of Tbilisi, located at the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari Rivers and was also location where Christianity was proclaimed as the official religion of Georgia in 337.

UNESCO World Heritage Walking Tour
– visit the complex of the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (built in 1010-1029cc) and the Samtavro Monastery (built in the 4th century); Continue way to the Holy Cross Monastery of Jvari (dated 585-604cc AD) – located on the hill top near the town Mtskheta;

Dinner at one of the best Georgian traditional restaurant in Mtskheta;

Drive back to Tbilisi;

Overnight at the hotel.
Day 3: “City of Love” – Sighnaghi d
Breakfast at the hotel;
Driving to Sighnaghi – Pearl of Kakheti region and unquestionably a must-see city for any visitor of Georgia.
1.  Walking tour in the city, where Romantic cobbled street, wooden carved balconies, Italian architecture, wine cellars, small cozy cafes and the picturesque arrays of knitted goods (where you can buy Georgian socks with traditional patterns, local wools, hats, scarves for astoundingly cheap prices) creates a magic moments of your journey.
2. Walk around the city stone wall, which stretch along small mountain ridges and overlooks the vast Alazani valley, with the Caucasus Mountains visible at a distance.
3. Visit the Museum of Sighnaghi, which hosts numerous temporary exhibitions throughout the year (for example Picasso exhibition in 2009, western European exhibition in 2010 and so on). Here you can learn more about the history of the city, look at the rare works by Niko Pirosmanishvili, simply known as Pirosmani – the greatest Georgian self-taught artist of the 19th century.
4.  Rise to the church of St. Stephen in Sighnaghi fortress and bell tower, which has an excellent view of city’s surrounding.

Lunch break in Sighnaghi;

Visit Bodbe Monastery – located two kilometers far from Sighnaghi, where St. Nino, the enlightener of all Georgians in the 4th century and equal to the Prophets, died and is buried. Orthodox worshipers believe that saint Nino’s grave helps fulfill your cherished wishes and the holy spring of the St. Nino has healing properties.

Drive to Tsinandali
, where wine and muses live together. Visit 19th century aristocratic poet Alexander Chavchavadze’s (leader of Georgian Romanticism) estate, which its house and beautiful decorative maze gardens with rare trees has been converted into a museum since 1947. Behind the museum there is the famous wine cellar, where you can taste 5 sorts of wine;
Drive back to Tbilisi;
Overnight in Tbilisi..
Day 4 : Mythical Mountain Kazbegi d
Breakfast at the hotel;

Driving through the Caucasus Mountains towards Kazbegi region – the unforgettable place for nature lovers;
Walking to Gergeti Holy Trinity Church located on a hilltop (2170m.) on the right bank of the river Chkheri, under Mount Kazbegi and surrounding snowy peaks of the Caucasus Mountains;
Lunch break;

On the way back to Tbilisi visit Ananuri castle – medieval castle on the Aragvi River, not far from Zhinvali water reservoir and about 70km from Tbilisi; The Fortress is on the UNESCO tentative list.

Back to Tbilisi;

Dinner with Georgia traditional performances - folk music and dances;

Overnight in Tbilisi.
Day 5: “Fortress of the Lord” – the ancient caves of Uplistsikhe d
Breakfast at the hotel;

Drive to Uplistsikhe (literally “Lord’s Fortress”) - an ancient cave town, dating back to the 200 B.C. It has been on the tentative list for inclusion into the UNESCO World Heritage program since 2007.

Lunch break;

Continue the tour to Gori, where we will visit Gori Castle and Joseph Stalin’s Museum – the most significant dark tourism destination in the whole Georgia and an absolute must-see when in the country.

Evening driving to the charming town of Georgia – Kutaisi- the cradle of ancient civilization, founded around 4 millenniums ago;

Dinner at the restaurant;

Overnight in Kutaisi.
Day 6: The Magic of the Medieval Georgia d
Breakfast at the hotel;

Early driving to Prometheus Cave (20km away from Kutaisi) – one of the most touristy spots of Georgia, where you can enjoy a 280 meter boat tour on the underground lake in the cavern. The cave is famous with its various types of stalactites, stalagmites, curtains, petrified waterfalls, cave pearls, underground rivers, and lakes.

Lunch break;

Short drive (12km east from Kutaisi) to a medieval architectural complex of the Gelati Monastery and Academy - a masterpiece of the Georgian Golden Age recognized by UNESCO as a Wrld Heritage Site (was founded in 1106 by King David the Builder); Off the Gelati road we will also visit the Motsameta Monastery (built in the 8th century) located on the cliff-edge above the Tskhaltsitela River, 6km out of Kutaisi. By the legend, if you make a wish and crawl three times under the tomb of Georgian Saint’s – brothers David and Konstantin - without touching the walls, your wish will definitely come true!

Walking to the Ukimerioni hill located north of Kutaisi, where UNESCO Heritage Site -Bagrati Cathedral is situated (built in the early years of the 11th century during the reign of king Bagrat III, the first king of united Georgia, due to which it was called “Bagrati”);

Dinner with a great view of the old Kutaisi;

Night walking tour through old historic site of Kutaisi – pedestrian White Bridge, Opera house, the picturesque central square, large ornamental Colchis Fountain;

Overnight in Kutaisi.
Day 7: Batumi – “the Pearl of the Black Sea” d
Breakfast at the hotel;

Early departure to Batumi;

Walking tour round the old town
and along the beach where is a long promenade with parks and cafes. Places we visit: Old and new Boulevard, Piazza Square, where often perform concerts of worldwide musicians like Placido Domingo, Chris Botti, Michel Legrand, Sting and etc.; Europe square, Dancing Fountains, Alphabet Tower, Sculpture of Love “Ali and Nino” built on the coast and based on one of the best seller novel of Kurban Said;

Lunch break;

Diving with lovely dolphins in Batumi Dolphinarium;

Free evening time to explore Georgia’s enchanting Black Sea Summer Capital;  

Dinner with a deliciou
Day 8: Depurture d
Our Magic Tour comes to an end but memories last forever!

Breakfast check-out from the hotel;

Drive back to Tbilisi;

Transfer to Tbilisi International Airport

Food & Drink
All breakfast at the hotel;
• 1 lunch;
• 6 dinners;
• Mineral water (0.5l) per person per day;
• Free wine tasting.
• Hotel/airport pick-up and drop-off;
• Offered excursion/tour - transport by private vehicle;
7 nights in the chosen hotel
• Professional guide (speaking in English or in your requested language);
• Entry tickets;

Price doesn’t include

  1. Fare does not cover price for flights to/from Tbilisi International Airport
  2. Hotel charges for additional services
  3. Alcoholic beverages
  4. Travel insurance

Cancellation Policy

Please note that twenty percent (20%) of the total price will be required as deposit upon your confirmation of the tour. If you cancel at least 4 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.


❋ Your current passport and visa (if it required);

❋ Travel insurance;

❋ Flight ticket;

❋ Photocopies of important documents;

❋ Student/senior cards for travel discounts;

❋ Credit card and PIN numbers;

❋ Digital camera;

❋ Electric adapter;

❋ Small medicine bag (basic first-aid kit);

❋ Personal grooming items (keep it minimal);

❋ Glasses/contacts/sunglasses;

❋ Comfortable walking shoes;

❋ Extra sock and underwear;

❋ Warmer jacket or coat;

❋ Tie or scarf;

❋ Collapsible umbrella;


❋ Don’t carry excessive quantities of drugs, you may encounter problems at the airport;

❋ Remember the rules on carrying liquid to avoid problems at the airport;

❋ Notify your bank of your travel. Ensure that your credit cards will remain in date;

❋ Don’t keep all your cash and credit cards together to prevent you from losing everything if somebody steal your wallet;

❋ Pack your bag according to the weather forecast;

❋ Learn some useful phrases of the local language;

❋ Be respectful towards the religious and cultural values of the local people;

❋ Don’t miss our Travel tips and tricks.
690$ 8 days
* Please note that this fare includes a base rate and may be increase depending on your chosen pick-up location and preferred hotel you select.
* Pick-up location and type of hotel will be listed in your reservation form.
PRICES: Prices are given per person for the whole tour in USD;
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img Tbilisi 14 - 25 °C
img Kutaisi 14 - 26 °C
img Batumi 18 - 24 °C