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Georgia on National Day.. 4 Days in a lovely city

  • November 30 · 7:00 AM

Total Cost circa Per Person (AED[masked])

All the cost given here assuming for 7 travelers. 

Ticket – Fly Dubai  

Departure from Dubai to Tiblis on 30th November (Wednesday) Return from Tiblis to Dubai 4th December (Sunday)


03.40a.m (DXB) --- 07.10a.m (TBS) - NON STOP

00.10 (TBS) --- 03.40 a.m (DXB) - NON STOP


Flight Cost Approximately[masked] (This includes 7Kg +20kg)

Hotel 4 stars with special discount in Tblisi -Iberia Didube
Address: 11 Samtredia St, Didube, 0119 Tbilisi City, Georgia

Average per person AED410.00 (including breakfast) 


Itinerary (Per day per person 30USD x 3Days = 90USD):

1) Tbilisi – Georgian Military Highway – Ananuri Fortress – Kazbegi – Tbilisi

Exciting drive, heading north along the Georgian Military Highway into the high Caucasus Mountains. This is the main road running for 220 km from Tbilisi to vladikavkaz in Russia, a spectacular highway that winds its way through sheer mountains. So named by Tsar Alexander I, this Route actually dates from before the 1st century BC and is still important as one of the only links to Russia through Caucasus Mountains.

En route we will visit the Ananuri architectural complex (17th century), the two churches and the fortress overlooking the Zhinvali water reservoir. The main church, built in 17th century is considered to be a masterpiece of carving.
Our final destination is Gergeti Trinity Church, located at 2170m above sea level. You can visit this unique church, one of the highlights of our tour. Wheatear permit you may catch glimpse of one of the highest picks is Georgia Mt. Kazbegi – Mkinvartsveri( Ice top 5047m).
You can enjoy picturesque views all around you. There are several interesting places to see in Kazbegi itself. There is an ethnographic museum and the house museum of famous Georgian writer Aleksandre Kazbegi (the center of this region was named after him)
We will have lunch at local family, taste delicious food, in case you are interested, the housewife will teach you how to make Khinkali.  

2) Heart of Georgia (Gudauri)

 One Day Tour Itinerary: Tbilisi - Mtskheta – Djvari Monastery – Gori – Uflistsikhe - Tbilisi  


Visit ancient capital and religious center of Georgia Mtskheta. A small town, twenty five km. North from Tbilisi. You can’t get closer to Georgian spirit without visiting this town. In Mtskheta there is the main chathedral in Georgia, UNESCO World Heritage Site Svetitskhoveli, several monastic complexes. In one of them, according the legend, lived St. Nino, another one, Jvari Monastery, was described in his poem by famous Russian Poet and writer Mikhail Lermontov . Jvari Monasetri is UNESCO World Heritage site as well located at the top of the hill. This is the place where the missionary St Nino erected a cross (“jvari” in Georgian) in the 4th century to mark the coming of Christianity to Georgia.


We continue our way to Uflistsikhe, the oldest cave town in Georgia. Back in the first millennium BC it was a flourishing city situated on the great east-west trade route, the Silk Road. Visitors can still walk among the ancient streets, rock-carved theatre, royal halls, pharmacy, pagan temples and Christian churches, while the remains of granaries and large clay wine vessels give us some clue as to the daily life of the inhabitants.
Close to Uflistsikhe there is 6th century Ateni Sioni Church, beautifully painted inside, with unique ornaments outside.


Stalin’s birthplace and one of the oldest towns in Georgia (built in 1123 year by the most eminent king in Georgian history David the Builder).
Josef Stalin (1879 – 1953) was Georgia’s most infamous son; the secretary general of the Communist Party from 1922 until his death, he is said to have been one of the cruelest dictators of modern times, although you might hear a different version in Georgia. In Gori you can visit his house and the Stalin Museum which features the famous Stalin statue that was controversially standing in the main square up until June 2010.
Transfer to Tbilisi.

3) Journey to South Georgia. Borjomi – Vardzia – Akhaltsikhe – Rabati Fortress (from Tbilisi)

journey to South Georgia. Borjomi – Vardzia – Akhaltsikhe – Rabati Fortress

We will visit:

• Borjomi mineral springs and park
• Vardzia cave town
• Akhaltsikhe
• Rabati fortress


Borjomi is the small town in mountains. There are many beautiful places to visit there, but most famous the town became because of mineral water Botjomi, with unique healing qualities and taste. It’s been known for centuries, that this water was unique, but it really become famous during Russian reign in Georgia. Russian built here resort, palaces, and found out about mineral water itself. Borjomi water won its first golden medal in 1907 in Belgium. The water has been bottled since 1896.


We continue our way to Vardzia cave town (12th century). En route you will visit Khertvisi Fortress (10th century) before moving to the magnificent Vardzia. Vardzia is one of the highlights of the trip and stretches over half a kilometer along the river Mtkvari, with 19 tiers. There used to be about 3000 caves here, but now there are just over 500. It has a church hewn out of rock with amazing 12th century frescoes. The Complex also includes living quarters, small hall-type churches, and refectories, wine cellar, etc.


Continue towards the town of Akhlatsikhe (New Fortress) that always has had strategic importance. That’ why the fortress Rabat has been built here in IX century, it’s been called the fortress inside the fortress. It was guarding Georgia for centuries, but there were periods, when enemies took over. The fortress keeps traces of both times, giving us unforgettable impression. The fortress has been renovated several years ago. Here you can see the Georgian church, mosque and Madrasa – Islamic school, citadel, and unique museum. The Rabati fortress is one of the highlights of this region.

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