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Tbilisi, Stepantsminda, David Gareja, Bodbe, Signagi

7 Days


  • Incentive
  • Team Building


Day 0:

  • arrival in Tbilisi in the late evening hours

Day 1: Tbilisi Airport – Tbilisi sightseeing (20 km)

  • late arrival in Tbilisi, hotel accommodation, time to rest
  • 11:0014:00 after breakfast at the hotel, sightseeing in the old town, walk along Rustaveli Shota Avenue, Sioni Cathedral and Anchiskhati Basilica, cable car ride to the Narikala Fortress with a wonderful view of the city, walk to the waterfall located in the city center, in the district sulfur baths
  • 14:0016:00 lunch in the city
  • 16:0020:00 free time in the city to buy souvenirs and for those interested (optional) a visit to the famous Tbilisi sulfur baths, a visit to private baths with a sauna and hot health waters, massages and peeling
  • 20:0023:00 dinner at a famous restaurant, combined with a show of traditional Georgian dances
  • return to the hotel for overnight stay in Tbilisi

Day 2: Tbilisi – David Gareja – Bodbe – Signagi – Telavi (255 km)

  • 08:0009:00 breakfast at the hotel
  • 09:0011:00 departure to the steppe in the south of the country and visit the complex of David Gareja rock monasteries, carved in the 6th century right next to the border with Azerbaijan
  • 11:0013:00 stop at the picturesque rainbow hills on the way to the rock monasteries
  • 13:0014:00 refreshments in Udabno, specialties of Svan cuisine
  • 14:0017:00 visiting Signagi – a town with a 2.5-kilometer defensive wall, known for the oldest wine festival in Georgia and the Bodbe Monastery – a place burial of Saint Nino, who converted Georgia to Christianity
  • 17:0019:00 transfer to Telavi, hotel accommodation
  • 19:0021:00 dinner at a local restaurant with Kakhetian specialties
  • overnight stay at a hotel in Telavi

 Day 3: Telavi – Gremi – Wine tour – Supra – Telavi (180 km)

  • 08:0010:00 breakfast at the hotel, after breakfast visit to the local market
  • 10:0011:00 visit to the Gremi fortress, the capital of Kakheti until the 16th century, the seat of kings, the seat of kings
  • 11:0014:00 visit to the Kindzmarauli wine factory combined with tasting and the Khareba vineyard – a military tunnel converted into a wine warehouse
  • 14:0017:00 organization of a traditional Georgian feast – supra – at a friendly host’s place in the vineyard, combined with tasting of wines and local dishes, Georgian cuisine workshops and live music
  • 17:0020:00 arrival to Telavi, rest
  • 20:0022:00 dinner at a local restaurant with Kakhetian specialties
  • overnight stay at a hotel in Telavi

Day 4: Telavi – Ananuri – Gudauri (220 km)

  • 08:0009:00 breakfast at the hotel
  • 09:0014:00 departure towards the famous Georgian Military Road, connecting Tbilisi with Vladikavkaz, along the way a stop at the Ananuri fortress from the 17th century, picturesquely located on the Zhinvali reservoir
  • stop at a beautiful viewpoint just before the Jvari Pass (2,395 m above sea level)
  • 14:0016:00 lunch at a restaurant near Pasanauri serving one of the most delicious khinkali in the region – Georgian dumplings with meat
  • 16:0017:00 accommodation in Gudauri at the hotel, free time
  • 19:00 dinner at the hotel and overnight stay

 Day 5: Gudauri – Truso Valley – Tsminda Sameba – Gudauri (80 km)

  • 08:0009:00 breakfast at the hotel
  • 09:0011:00 departure in off-road vehicles to the Truso Valley, known for its mineral springs, lakes, medieval defensive towers, the Abano monastery and the Zakahori fortress
  • 11:0013:00 walk around the valley, tasting mineral waters and an outdoor picnic with local shepherds and baking kebabs
  • 13:0017:00 transfer to Stepantsminda
  • jeep ride to one of the most beautifully situated monasteries in Georgia – Tsminda Sameba, which is located at an altitude of 2,170 m above sea level. at the foot of Mount Kazbek (5033 m above sea level)
  • 17:0018:00 return to Gudauri, dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Gudauri

Day 6: Gudauri – Mtskheta – Sarajishvili Factory – Tbilisi (140 km)

  • 08:0009:00 breakfast at the hotel
  • 09:0011:00 after breakfast, departure towards Tbilisi
  • 11:0014:00 visiting the Jvari Monastery located on the top of a hill, and then the city of Mtskheta, which until the 5th century AD served as the capital, visiting the legendary temple of Svetitskhoveli, the place of coronation and final resting place of the rulers of Georgia
  • free time for shopping for souvenirs
  • 14:0015:00 lunch at a local restaurant
  • 15:0019:00 transfer to Tbilisi, hotel accommodation, visit to the factory of the oldest Georgian brandy Sarajishvili and tasting of XO VIP brandy
  • 19:0022:00 farewell dinner at a local restaurant
  • overnight stay at a hotel in Tbilisi

 Day 7: Transfer to the airport (20 km)

  • late transfer from the hotel to the airport


We can adapt the offer to the requirements of each client, we can propose the appropriate standard of hotels, we can enrich the program with additional attractions, start from any airport in Georgia and extend it for any number of days.

Our partners are hotels such as Radisson Blu, Radisson Collection, Ambassadori, Holiday Inn, Rooms Hotels, Paragraph, Ibis, and others in the 5*/4* or more economical standard.

Upon special request, we can also prepare a banner, postcards, table flips, gift packages, preparation of everything with the company logo and on-site printing, photographer’s services.




If you have any questions, please contact us, we will be happy to help you organise your dream

In Short

  • Tbilisi – the capital of Georgia, the largest and one of the most beautiful cities situated in the valley of the Mtkvari River (Kura), surrounded by hills. Explore the old town, Narikala Fortress, whose history dates to the 4th century, and the district of sulfur baths.
  • Mtskheta – the first capital of Georgia listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where Georgia adopted Christianity (326 AD), often called “Little Jerusalem” with the majestic Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and Jvari Monastery – built in the 6th century, offering a beautiful view of Mtskheta and the intersecting rivers Mtkvari (Kura) and Aragvi.
  • Kakheti – the heart of Georgia and the homeland of wine, the region of the most famous vineyards in the Caucasus, appellations, and endemic grape varieties. A region of delicious dishes, charming towns, and historic monasteries.
  • Signagi – the pearl of Kakheti with a magnificent view of the Alazani Valley and the range of the High Caucasus. Picturesque “town of love” with a 2.5-kilometer preserved defensive wall, Bodbe Monastery – the burial place of St. Nino.
  • Telavi – the capital of Kakheti, full of monuments and attractions with a beautiful view of the Alazani Valley and the Greater Caucasus Mountains.
  • David Gareja – the famous complex of rock monasteries, carved out in the 6th century, right on the border with Azerbaijan and lunch in the town of Udabno on the steppes in an atmospheric restaurant serving specialties of Svan cuisine
  • Gremi Fortress – the old capital of Kakheti, serving as the capital of Kakheti until the 16th century, an important point on the Silk Road, a citadel overlooking the vast Alazani Valley
  • Visit to the “Sarajishvili” brandy factory – the first and oldest Georgian brandy from 1884, and tastings of selected VSOP and XO spirits.
  • Georgian Military Road – one of the most spectacular mountain routes with the Jvari Pass (2,395 m above sea level) and the Ananuri Fortress located on the Zhinvali Reservoir
  • Stepantsminda – a city among the High Caucasus Mountains with the Tsminda Sameba temple located against the background of the majestic Mount Prometheus – Kazbek 5054 m above sea level.
  • full-day off-road to the Truso Valley and an outdoor picnic with local shepherds

Price includes

  • preparation and development of a detailed program, supervision over its implementation
  • air-conditioned minibus/coach transfers, airport transfers
  • mineral water in the bus 0.5L/person per day
  • guarantee of providing a replacement bus/minibus in case of breakdown
  • hotel/farmhouse/private vineyard reservations and check-in
  • welcome dinner combined with a traditional Georgian dance show
  • organization of supra at a private vineyard, with a Tamada (toastmaster), Georgian toasts, and local wine
  • off-road vehicles according the program
  • meals: three meals a day (breakfast, lunch, hearty Georgian dinners)
  • drinks: mineral water, coffee and tea, wine for dinners at restaurants
  • care of an English-speaking guide, pilot services, on-site coordinator
  • sunset drink, welcome drink
  • entrance tickets

Price does not include

  • air ticket
  • own expenses