Georgia is found at the intersection of Europe and Asia. The country is a unique combination of cultures, traditions and historical landmarks. Georgians believe guests are a gift from God, and as such treat travellers with top-notch hospitality.
Like its neighbouring countries, Georgia is most famous for its breathtaking cathedrals and monasteries, dotted throughout quaint villages in the countryside. Known all over the world is the Gergeti Trinity Church that sits 2,000m above the Chkheri river! The Gelati Monastery was built in the Golden Age and known as one of the world’s most treasured religious landmarks. The ancient city of Mtskheta was once the capital of an early Kingdom of Iberia and today it’s a UNESCO world heritage site with many significant landmarks. Georgia is also known as the first wine-making region in the world. The traditional method is still used today in the eastern region of Kakheti! The capital of Tbilisi is known as the Paris of Eurasia with a perfect mix between old-town charm, striking architecture and modern fusion cafés.
Spend 12 days on one of the guided-adventure tours to the Caucasus pearls. Travel beyond the classics and explore Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia.