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Overview

Delve into the culture of a land where myths and legends seem to spring from every forest, rock and stream, on one of our Georgia Tours.

Lying at the crossroads of trade and tradition for centuries, Georgia is one of Europe’s best-kept secrets. It’s a country of breath-taking landscapes, a cuisine that is as delicious as it is undiscovered and a rich national story stretching back over 5,000 years.

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Group tours

Delve into the culture of a land where myths and legends seem to spring from every forest, rock and stream, on one of our Georgia Tours.

GROUP TOUR

Azerbaijan Georgia & Armenia – Across The Caucasus

Explore the rich history, culture and scenery of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan on this popular trip.
15 days from $4,333
GROUP TOUR

Georgia: Land of Myths and Mountains

Take in the highlights of Georgia, including the caves of Vardzia, the vineyards of Kahketi, Gergeti Church and the Stalin Museum at Gori.
9 days from $2,093
GROUP TOUR

Georgia Explorer

Combine the highlights of Tbilisi, Vardzia and Gori with walks amidst the Svaneti mountains.
15 days from $3,108
GROUP TOUR

Georgia: Walking In The Svaneti Mountains

Hike sections of the Transcaucasian Trail exploring the country's wine and cuisine, mountain scenery and rich history.
10 days from $2,275
GROUP TOUR

Tastes of Georgia: A Culinary Tour with Carla Capalbo

Enjoy family wineries, cooking classes and local restaurants with Georgian food expert Carla Capalbo.
9 days from $4,193

TAILOR-MADE HOLIDAYS

Whether you visit Georgia to see its scenery, meet the locals, enjoy its cuisine, discover its history, we don’t think you’ll come away disappointed. Georgia has everything you need for a perfect holiday.

SUGGESTED ITINERARIES

TAILOR-MADE

Classic Georgia

This classic itinerary covers the very best of Georgia, with an eclectic mix of colourful backstreets, magical cave towns, breath-taking mountain scenery, fascinating history and of course, world class culinary delights.
9 days from $2,373
TAILOR-MADE

Classic Caucasus

This classic itinerary takes you on a journey through the Caucasus offering the very best the region has to offer, from colourful cities packed with history, to rural villages and stunning UNESCO religious sites, passing through some of the world's most beautiful mountain landscapes.
14 days from $4,410
TAILOR-MADE

Wild Georgia

This wild itinerary takes you hiking deep into the spectacular landscapes of the Greater Caucasus; spot wild flowers, traverse rivers and enjoy local hospitality in the remote mountain villages of the Tusheti region.
13 days from $3,493
TAILOR-MADE

Undiscovered Georgia

This itinerary delves deeper into the unique wonders of Georgia both before and during the Soviet Era. With a focus on local interaction, experience Georgian architecture, world class cooking and traditional wine making.
7 days from $1,638
TAILOR-MADE

Complete Georgia

This extensive itinerary takes you on an in-depth tour of Georgia, from the Greater to the Lesser Caucasus range, the eastern wine region to the western Black Sea coast, all while feasting on traditional Georgian cuisine.
18 days from $4,193
TAILOR-MADE

Complete Caucasus

This extensive itinerary takes you on an in-depth tour of the Caucasus - rich in history, religion and mountain landscapes. Delve beneath the surface and experience everyday life where Europe meets Asia.
21 days from $6,251

HIGHLIGHTS OF GEORGIA

BEST EXPERIENCES

A country of breath-taking landscapes, a cuisine that is as delicious as it is undiscovered and a rich national story stretching back over 5,000 years

TOP PLACES TO VISIT

Below are a selection of our favourite places to visit. Selet a place to browse things to do and places to stay as well as tours that visit the region.

Gori

This is a strange place that was at one time obviously quite a town, with pretty boulevards and large townhouses. But, like many other places across the former Soviet Union, it has suffered economically ...

Kutaisi

Georgia's second city, Kutaisi, was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Colchis. It was here, according to legend, that Jason and his Argonauts came to steal the golden fleece. A hilly green city on ...

Stepantsminda

Stepantsminda town, commonly known as Kazbegi, sits in the lee of Mount Kazbegi (5047m), and is one of the most picturesque places in Eurasia. From here you can do some fabulous walks, up to the Gergeti ...

Tbilisi

Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia is a lively, charming city, built along the twisting valley of the river Mtkvari, and was for centuries was one of the greatest multi-cultural trading cities along the ...

Vardzia

This 12th century medieval cave city was originally set up as a fort by King Giorgi III. It was when is daughter, Queen Tamar, built a monastery here that its purpose changed from military to religious,...

Svaneti

Situated in the northwestern part of Georgia, the historical province of Svaneti is one of the country's greatest treasures. The stunning landscapes are scattered with picturesque villages, which are ...

Tusheti

Located on the northern slopes of the Greater Caucasus Mountains, Tusheti is one of the most beautiful parts of one of the most beautiful countries in Europe. Bordered by the Russian republics of Chechnya ...

OUR FAVOURITE PLACES TO STAY

Below is a selection of our favourite places to stay. Select a property to find out more.

Porta Caucasia

Travel through the Caucasus range towards Mount Kazbegi to reach the four-star Porta Caucasia Kazbegi Hotel. Standing 1740 metres above sea level, the hotel has fantastic picturesque mountainous…

Rooms Hotel Kazbegi

Surrounding scenery alone would make this beautiful mountain hideaway an unavoidable choice of stay. Sat on the slope of a steep, green mountain high in the Caucasus, adorned by forests of conifers and…

Rooms Hotel Tbilisi

Rooms Hotel has been renovated from a former publishing house into an eight-storey hotel with a mixture of rustic and contemporary designs, keeping in line with the bohemic vibes from this part of the…

Solomon Hotel

A contemporary and stylish accommodation in Kutaisi, Solomon Hotel brings a 19th century building into the modern era using minimalist décor and natural materials. Set within the historic district, the…

Stamba Hotel

Standing on the Kostava Street, around the corner of Rustaveli Avenue, is the Stamba Hotel, a beautifully designed hotel within a former Soviet-era publishing house. Alongside the quirky interiors, the…

Vardzia Resort

Opposite the Vardzia cave monastery complex is the unique Vardzia Resort. The lovely garden area has its own cave and small church, as well as a summer bar with private seating around the ponds. Enjoy…

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WHEN TO GO

The weather conditions can be extremely varied (even within the course of a day!). The Greater Caucasus Range moderates local climate by serving as a barrier against cold air from the north and the relatively small territory covers different climatic zones, which are determined by distance from the Black Sea and by altitude. The climatic zones range from humid subtropical to snow and glaciers.

The temperatures listed below are average daily maximums.

INSPIRATION

TRAVEL GUIDE TO GEORGIA, THE CAUCASUS

In this video Wild Frontiers founder and MD, Jonny Bealby, takes a look at one of his favourite countries... Georgia

Meet the expert, Natalie

Natalie is our Causcaus expert, who has travelled extensively in the region.

Speak to Natalie by calling
+44 (0)20 3944 6258

Georgia has so many highlights and captivates all that visit, but the food and wine must be top of the list! You’ll feast plenty but be sure to try your hand at making some traditional dishes too.

USEFUL INFORMATION

Health and Vaccinations 

There are no mandatory immunisations for travellers to Georgia though you should be up-to-date with Typhoid, Tetanus, Polio and Hepatitis A. Malaria is not usually present in Georgia but we highly recommend you seek advice from your local GP or travel centre as to the correct immunisations and preventative treatments. 

Currency 

In Georgia the official unit of currency is the Lari.   

To check out the latest exchange rate for the places that you are visiting you can go to www.oanda.com

Cultural Sensitivity 

On our tours you will frequently interact with local people, each with their own distinct customs and traditions. We therefore ask you to be considerate and to treat them with respect. Your tour-leaders and guides will always be able to advise you accordingly.  

In Georgia, in churches and cathedrals women should cover their heads with a scarf or hat, while men should take their hats off.  

Language & Religion 

The official language of Georgia is Georgian. South Caucasian groups other than ethnic Georgians often speak their native languages in addition to Georgian.    

Georgia’s Apostolic Autocephalous Orthodox Church was founded in the 1st Century and is one of the world’s most ancient Christian Churches. In Georgia every citizen has the right of religion and nearly 85% of the country practice orthodox Christianity.  Muslims make up the largest of the religious minorities within Georgia.   

Time 

Georgia is 4 hours ahead of GMT.  

A useful website to check the time zone differences is www.worldtimezone.com.  

Food and drink 

Food in the Caucasus is one of the biggest attractions for visitors and is the centrepiece of domestic cultural activity. Here they pride themselves on being the bons viveurs of the former Soviet Union and much of the food and wine – for which Georgia especially is so famous – is simply delicious - do not expect to lose weight! Each region has its unique cuisine with flavours derived from spice combinations, but as a rule, a focus on herbs and garlic predominates and also makes extensive use of walnuts. Vegetarians can be catered for, but for any other dietary requirements please contact the office.   

Georgian wines are regarded as the best quality. The country's unique climate and soil quality have made it a major winemaking region for many thousands of years and Kindzmareuli, a fruity, red wine, is reputed to have been Stalin’s favourite tipple. Akhasheni and Teliavi are two of the more common red wines, fruity and dry respectively. Tsinandali is a dry white wine, as is Gurdzhaani.  

 

 

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