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.
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.
Combine visits to three top Georgian attractions with personalized attention and a flexible itinerary on this private tour from Tbilisi. With transportation provided in between and a dedicated guide to provide commentary, visit the Borjomi resort to taste the famous mineral waters. Move onto the 9th-century Rabat Castle and Fortress in Akhaltsikhe and the cave city of Vardzia.
This is the life time experience tour for people who are interested in life of ordinary people under Soviet regime in Georgia. During these two days you will be able to travel through country on Soviet car, visit Gori the birthplace of Joseph Stalin, museum of Stalin, see the Soviet mines, houses of workers, old metal cable cars, hear the stories of people, stay in Soviet sanatorium for one night and see the effects of regime on present time Georgia.
Venture out to the Georgian countryside to discover the premier wine region of Kakheti. This full-day tour covers the 8,000-year old history of Georgia’s wine production which has been named an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Visit three vineyards to sample wines made using the ancient qvevri method and more modern processes. Enjoy a late lunch at one of the wineries and sample Georgian cuisine before heading back to Tbilisi.
Enjoy a day of amazing Georgian wines and a traditional lunch combined with a tour of Mtskheta - the ancient capital of Georgia. Two of the best wineries, beautiful landscapes and a UNESCO world heritage site will make this day a beautiful memory.