6 Day Trip to Georgia
Few of the world’s small nations offer the visitor as much as Georgia. It is able to boast the highest mountains in Europe, truly fabulous walks, more than 500 indigenous grape varieties and architectural marvels – stone watch-towers in the mountains and carved wooden balconies, richly frescoed churches and art nouveau in the towns. Combine this with a Mediterranean climate and Georgian hospitality and you have a unique travel destination.
Kutaisi is Georgia’s second largest city after Tbilisi. The elegant, tree lined streets stretching down to the banks of the Rioni River, along with several attractive parks, make Kutaisi a very beautiful place to stroll around and see some of the many sights. The central square in Kutaisi focuses on the large ornamental Colchis Fountain that emphasizes regions rich archeological heritage.
The architectural complex of Gelati Monastery, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1994, is situated about 10 km from Kutaisi. Construction of the complex began in 1106, under the guidance of King David IV the Builder whose grave can be found here. The monastery was one of the most important cultural centers of medieval Georgia. The complex includes buildings constructed at different periods surrounded by a wall.
Okatse canyon, one of the major tourist attractions in Imereti region, is located at an elevation of 520 meters above sea level. Total length of the canyon reaches 2 km. Its depth varies from 20 to 100 meters. Above the canyon there is newly installed metal pathways and look-out points that offer visitors unforgettable experience.
- Transfers from/to the airport
- Transportation per the tour program
- Cable car fee
- Guiding service
- Entrance fees to museum, canyons and cave
- Tbilisi – 3 nights (BB)
- Kutaisi – 4 night (BB)
ROOMS HOTEL TBILISI
MERCURE TBILISI OLD TOWN
HOLIDAY INN TBILISI
IBIS STYLE TBILISI CENTER
BEST WESTERN KUTAISI