Georgia – land of the mountains
Georgia is a land of mountains, highlands, valleys, rivers, lakes, waterfalls and forests. A diverse country in terms of geography and culture, Georgia is home to over 300 historical monuments.
GEORGIA: A LAND OF WONDERS
Georgia is a country full of natural and cultural wonders. From Europe, it’s like a window to the East. From Asia, it’s like a window to the West.
Georgia is home to over 60% of the world’s rock-hewn churches which you can explore on one of our many tours. In these remarkable structures, you’ll see traces from 1st century Georgian Christian culture. Or learn about Tbilisi’s hidden
Georgian cuisine is one of the oldest in the region, dating back more than 8,000 years! In Georgia, you can sample traditional dishes such as khachapuri (cheese bread), khinkali (dumplings), and chakhokhbili (meat pies).
Georgia is a country where wine has been made for centuries! You can go on a worlds best grape-tasting experience or visit one of Georgia’s many vineyards, such as Kakheti or Imereti.
Georgia being a country of beautiful nature, rich culture, and warm-hearted people offers a multitude of vacation opportunities.
Hiking and trekking
Georgia is home to the Caucasus Mountains, which are one of the most mountainous regions in Europe. There are numerous trails to choose from which allow you to enjoy the beauty of nature at its best.
If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, then this is for you. Off-road driving is an experience that will last forever in your memory. You can choose from various 4X4 routes that are available in Georgia, depending on your preferred difficulty level.
Georgian mountains offer breathtaking views and epic hikes that will take your breath away with their beauty. The Georgian mountain range goes through different climate zones – from humid subtropical climate to Alpine climate – so there is something for everyone.
There are various bike paths located near Tbilisi which lead you through beautiful scenery and offer the perfect escape from the city’s hustle and bustle. You can also take two wheels off-road if you’re feeling adventurous – just remember to pack your mountain bike!