Half and full day tours

Our offers for half-day and one-day tours from Tbilisi allow you to plan your stay in the capital as you wish. All tours are individual, they start in Tbilisi, and by the end of the tour you get back to Tbilisi. The information about our hotels is on our websites.

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Tbilisi – atmospheric and colourful

Duration: 3-3,5 hrs.

Historic part of Tbilisi is located at the foot of Narikala Fortress. It charms visitors with its romantic, narrow streets, beautiful facades and picturesque sites next to each other, including Metekhi Church, Synagogue, Sioni Cathedral, Bridge of Peace, Anchiskhati Church and famous sulphur bathhouses. Its modern part is no less impressive, especially Rustaveli Avenue with its exquisite, 19th century architecture.

Mtskheta – picturesque and traditionally rich

Duration: 3-3,5 hrs.

Mtskheta is the old capital of Georgia (UNESCO Word Heritage). Christianity in Georgia started from this town in 4th century. Visit Jvari Monastery at the top of a high cliff and have a splendid panoramic view of how two rivers, Aragvi and Mtkvari join each other. Later, visit Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (11th century), spiritual centre of the country.

Along the Silk Road: Mtskheta and Uplistsikhe

Duration: 6 hrs.

Mtskheta is the old capital of Georgia (UNESCO Word Heritage). Christianity in Georgia started from this town in 4th century. Visit Jvari Monastery at the top of a high cliff and have a splendid panoramic view of how two rivers, Aragvi and Mtkvari join each other. Later, visit Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (11th century), spiritual centre of the country. The next destination is Cave town of Uplistsikhe, built back in the 1st millennium, BC., by pagan tribes. There was a pass of Silk Road, whose traces are still seen. Back to Tbilisi.

Along the Georgian Military Highway to Kazbegi

Duration: 10 hrs.

A trip along the Georgian Military Highway, which served as an inspiration for many Georgian and foreign authors with its picturesque nature. First, the road follows the banks of Aragvi River, then it goes up the mountains, passing a famous skiing resort of Gudauri, goes through the Cross Pass and comes down to Dariali along the Tergi River. On the way you visit Ananuri Fortress above beautiful Zhinvali Reservoir. On arrival in Kazbegi, off road tour up to St.Trinity (Sameba) Gergeti Church, which is situated on the slopes of Kazbegi Peak (5048m). Back to Tbilisi.

Romantic city - Sighnaghi

Duration: 6-7 hrs.

Visiting eastern region of Kakheti, noted for its hospitality and winemaking. Visiting the grave of St.Nino, who brought Christianity to Georgia, in Bodbe Convent. Next to it is situated a beautiful town of Sighnaghi, with a picturesque view on Alazani Valley. It is surrounded by defensive wall built in 18th century. Sightseeing the town, historic museum with paintings by famous Pirosmani. Tasting wine in a wine cellar. Back to Tbilisi. Optional walking (1-1,5 hrs.) or horseback riding.

Wine tour - Tsinandali and Alazani Valley

Duration: 8-9 hrs.

Georgia has the ancient traditions of winemaking. Most vineyards are in eastern part of Kakheti, which is your destination today. Visiting Tsinandali, Chavchavadze Estate of famous Georgian nobility, looking around the museum, a meeting place of 19th century celebrities, tasting some local wine. Later a tour along Alazani Valley and visiting Alaverdi Cathedral (11th c.) Back to Tbilisi.

David Gareja Monastery Complex

Duration: 6 hrs.

A tour to David Gareja in south-eastern part of Georgia. It is a semi-desert due to the lack of vegetation. The Monastery, built in 6th century by Assyrian monk, David, is hidden behind the hills. You should take a walk (1.5 h) on the slope of the hill to see the most beautiful part of the Complex and its wall paintings from 8-9th centuries. From the top one can see Azerbaijan border. Back to Tbilisi.

Jeep Tour in Mountainous Shatili

Duration: 10-11 hrs.

Taking a jeep to Shatili in the Region of Khevsureti. First driving along Georgian Military Highway, then winding up along Aragvi river. A walk around Shatili shows the lifestyle of the population in high mountains, far away from urban civilization. Shatili is a kind of village-fortress. The houses were designed as defensive constructions close to each other because of constant invasions from the North Caucasus. Late evening back to Tbilisi.