Learn about the long history of Georgian winemaking during this full-day private tour from Tbilisi. Explore the Kakheti wine region including stops at four different wineries, focusing on organic wines. Sample several wines alongside freshly baked Georgian bread and cheeses. Meet local winemakers and hear stories about their craft. A traditional barbecue lunch is included.
Discover historic sites and scenery in Mtskheta, Bodbe, Badiauri, and Sighnaghi on a full-day tour from Tbilisi. Some of eastern Georgia’s most beautiful places are widely scattered across the rolling landscape—reaching all three towns without your own transport would be a challenge—but with a guide to take care of logistics you can focus on exploring a UNESCO-listed city, strolling a historic monastery, and taking in Georgia’s ‘City of Love.’
This tour offers the fusion of culinary, wine, culture and history of Georgia in the biggest winemaking region of Kakheti. You will learn a lot about the country, its unique winemaking traditions, visit rock hewn monastery complex of David Gareja located in semi desert area of the country. Discover exceptional wineries with their organic products and have gourmet lunch at local family.
Taste some of Georgia's best wines during this private full-day tour to the Kakheti wine region from Tbilisi. Learn about the traditional Georgian way of making wines in clay vessels through visits and indulge in three tastings at different wineries. Stop in Badiauri village and sample traditional Georgian bread; explore the town of Sighnaghi, an ancient town backed by the inspiring Caucasus Mountains, and try your hand at preparing Churchkhela, a traditional dessert. Traditional Georgian lunch in a family-owned winery completes this full-day experience.
Spend a half-day immersed in the regional cuisine of Georgia in a Tbilisi local’s kitchen. Your private group will enjoy personalized attention and an intimate atmosphere as you learn to make dishes such as khachapuri, khinkali, fkhali, and others. Your hosts will explain the importance that each dish has in the local cuisine as you cook; then sit down to eat the feast you’ve made with more conversation about Georgian culture and food.
For travelers that want to get more out of a trip to Georgia, nothing beats a cross-country excursion, but private tours are pricey, and arranging an itinerary can get complicated. Fortunately, with this small group-tour, you can see the best of Georgia—from the architecture in Tbilisi to the vineyards in the Kakheti wine region—all in just four days. With airport transfer, daily tours, and transportation all included, all you need to do is book a hotel and start your journey.
With its winding alleyways and scenic streets, Tbilisi begs to be explored by foot. A guided walking tour provides the ideal way to explore Tbilisi and introduces you to its main attractions in just a day. Visit an old fortress, urban waterfall, historic theater, and more, all while learning about Tbilisi’s history and culture from your guide as you go.
Spend a day learning about Georgian cuisine as you walk around the capital city of Tbilisi. This private tour wanders through the historic streets of the Sololaki district and includes several food and drink tastings. Visit old taverns, a typical street bakery, a diner, a modern gallery, and much more as you eat your way through the city.
This combination history and wine tour mixes together two of the things Georgia is most known for. With a local guide, visit landmarks such as the 9th-century Bodbe Monastery, the Georgian National Museum, and the Niko Firosmani Museum. You’ll also visit two local wineries to taste Georgian wine, sample churchxela (a traditional Georgian snack), and learn how to bake Georgian bread from scratch.
Discover Georgia’s scenic southern Kakheti province on this private full-day trip from Tbilisi. Venture into Kakheti’s semi-desert landscapes and visit the David Gareja Monastery, set on the Georgia-Azerbaijan border and home to 6th-century monastic caves. Then, visit the medieval Bodbe Monastery near the hilltop town of Signagi. Admire the Alazani valley from Signagi’s watchtowers and enjoy a Kakhetian lunch (own expense) and optional wine tasting (additional cost). Your tour includes Tbilisi hotel pickup and drop-off.
Travel from Tbilisi to the Kakheti wine region for a full day of eating, tasting, and exploring. Learn about the traditional Georgian method of making wine in clay vessels and the hundreds of varieties of grapes grown in the area. Georgians are famous for their love of long toasts—come prepared to taste several wines and be treated like family at the local wineries.
We provide the best service with the best price in Georgia. You'll spend a day exploring love city Sighnagi, Traditional taste of wine and Bodbe Monastery. In this tour, you have the chance todo traditional food in local restaurants at very low prices.
Georgia is famously the birthplace of wine, so getting acquainted with locally produced wines is a must-do when visiting Tbilisi. This small-group tour is more entertaining than typical wine tours and takes you on a journey through the city and its culture as well as its cellars.
Skip the crowded group tours and explore one of Georgia’s most prolific winegrowing regions on this private tour to Kakheti. In the company of just your party and a guide, visit winery in the village of Patardzeuli, where you can taste four different wines, then continue to to Bodbe monastery and the medieval city Signagi before visiting another winery in Napareuli.
Learn how to make Georgian food during a private cooking class in Tbilisi. The class takes place at a cafe and features recipes for two dishes—khachapuri Ajaruli, a cheese and egg pie from the Ajara region, and khinkali, dumplings from the highlands. While you prepare these items, you’ll hear stories about Georgia’s culture and lifestyle. Then enjoy your creations with a glass of homemade wine.
I offer people an entertaining tour where they can also partake in the process. They can work with me to plan what kind of trip they want to have and I think it makes an already interesting adventure more personal and exciting.
We start our trip at 09:00 a.m. We’re going to explore Kakheti region, that is located in east part of Georgia. Our first stop will be in Badiauri village, where you are welcome to taste delicious hot Georgian bread, home made cheeses and Chacha. Then we go to Bodbe monastery. The history of Monastery is highly connected with the adoption of Christianity. The area of monastery is covered by wonderful flowers, bushes and vineyards. Then we have lovely trip to city of Love - Signagi, one of the most beautiful towns, with its unusually peculiar architecture and charming houses. The last stop we have in Winery Khareba which is Georgia’s largest wine cellar. There is perfect storage conditions for wine, 7,7 km of tunnels and galleries.You have walking tour with local guide, get more information about wine and taste it.On the way back, we visit “Kakhetian traditional winemaking “, that is one of the largest wine and spirits producing companies in Georgia.
The ideal introduction for first-time visitors, this private, full-day guided tour of Tbilisi covers the Georgian capital’s most popular attractions. Highlights include a scenic walk through the bustling Old Town, a look at the quirky antiques for sale at the city’s flea market, a visit to the modern-built Tsminda Sameba Cathedral, and a guided tour of the open-air Ethnography Museum.
See unique clock tower of the Puppet Theater Rezo Gabriadze. Visit the 6th century church Anchiskhati which is the oldest surviving church in Tbilisi. Cross the Bridge of Peace designed by the Italian architect Michele De Lucchi. Walk through Rike Park and see Metekhi church where you will be able to see Monument of The Founder of Tbilisi and hear the great history about foundation of Tbilisi. Take a ride in the cable car and go at the Narikala Fortress, see the statue of Mother of Georgia which has become a symbol of the city. Take some amazing pictures with breathtaking panoramic view of almost whole Tbilisi. Along the Love Lock Bridge see a hidden waterfall in the middle of old city and smell the sulfur springs, taste some of the most famous Georgian traditional wines. See where Stalin was hiding during political repressions against him. Visit nice Cafe which seems like museum with retro decoration, feel real spirit of old Tbilisi and feel like you were in some old school movie.
Tour to Georgia and Armenia with the local Georgian company "CooL Georgia Travel". ALL-INCLUSIVE Close acquaintance with the two countries - Georgia and Armenia, ancient monasteries, traditions, cuisine, people and a real Caucase MOUNTAINS.INDIVIDUAL PROGRAM: You can correct the tour program to your wishes. Also, If you want, you can increase the rest time in Georgia or Armenia.
Explore one of Georgia’s most prolific winegrowing regions on this private 9-hour wine tour to Kakheti from Tbilisi. Take the scenic Gombori Pass to Tsinandali as a private guide sheds light on Georgia’s traditional winemaking techniques. Visit the cellars and gardens of the Tsinandali Winery and the Shumi Winery, and gain insight into their winegrowing heritage. Head onward to Napareuli and visit Twins Wine Cellar — an agri-tourism winery surrounded by lush vineyards. Sample the wines in production and enjoy a delicious lunch, then visit the Old and New Shuamta Monasteries.
Explore Svaneti province on this comprehensive 3-day tour from Tbilisi. Traveling in a comfortable coach means all the transportation is taken care of, and you can just relax and enjoy the scenery. Take in sights of the Caucusus' southerly slopes, surrounded by photo-worthy mountains. Listen to insightful commentary about the region's history, people, and culture as you travel.
Eat your way through Tbilisi and learn about Georgian food culture on this full-day culinary tour. Travel through the city in a private vehicle with a guide. As you explore Tbilisi, sample a wide variety of traditional food, including the chicken soup chikhirtma, cheese and egg khachapuri, and soup dumplings called khinkali. Wash it down with the liquor chacha and Georgian wine.