Our most recommended things to do in Georgia
1. Tbilisi: 2-Hour Family-Friendly Walking Tour with Guide
Get an insider's view of Tbilisi's most interesting landmarks and architecture on a private walking tour both in the city center and off the beaten path. Learn the fascinating history of Tbilisi and discover hidden gems alongside a local guide. Enjoy learning about and discovering Georgian culture and history on this family-friendly tour.Your entertaining local guide will make sure both kids and adults have a blast. Stroll along at an easy pace and see famous cultural and architectural sites. Learn fun facts about Tbilisi, and discover the city's secrets as your guide takes you off the main roads.
2. Tbilisi: Kazbegi Full-Day Group Tour
Explore Kazbegi, the mountainous region of Georgia. Feel the Caucasian Georgian spirit in the Caucasus Mountains. Take many beautiful pictures, hear exciting parts of the history, try the traditional Georgian dish Khinkali (Dumpling), discover the most beautiful part of Georgia, and get unforgettable memories. Your first stop is Zhinvali Water Reservoir, also known as a lake, it is located on the Georgian Military Highway. Soviets constructed the dam in the 1980s—a wonderful place to take amazing pictures. The second place is the Ananuri Fortress, a castle, and seat of the Eristavis (Dukes) of Aragvi, a feudal dynasty that ruled the area from the 13th century. The fortress was the scene of numerous battles. Ananuri is a perfect place for landscape photography, and there are stunning views of the fortress and Zhinvali Reservoir. After Ananuri Fortress, you have a chance to have lunch in...
The experience was very nice! The organization and our travel guide were both amazing.
3. From Tbilisi: Kakheti Wine Region Full-Day Group Tour
Explore Kakheti, the wine region of Georgia, located in the eastern part of the country. Georgia is the homeland of wine, and the oldest wine was produced here 8,000 years ago. Kakheti wine region is an excellent place to visit beautiful sightseeings, try delicious local food, listen to traditional folk songs, study how Georgian wine is made, and have wine degustation. Your first stop is village Badiauri, where guests are welcome to see a local bakery and taste delicious Georgian bread, cheese, and Chacha (Georgian Vodka). The second stop is Bodbe Convent. According to the legend, it is built on the burial place of Saint Nino. A Saint for Georgians who converted their religion into Christianity. The site is very spiritual and has impressive views for taking beautiful pictures. Then go to Sighnaghi, known as "The City of Love." You will have a walking tour in Sighnaghin and discover " T...
Flawless tour. Everything was perfect, I've done 4 tours with Gamarjoba and can say they literally look after all details of the tour, route, guide, group and quality. They made my trip to Georgia unforgettable!!
4. Tbilisi: Mtskheta, Jvari, Gori and Uplistsikhe Day Tour
Explore one of the most mysterious regions of Georgia – Kartli and hear a lot about the country's history. First, visit memorable Uplistsikhe cave-town and dive into the antique life of Georgia. Then, find out more interesting facts in Gori, the hometown of the most famous Georgian, Stalin, and see the unique old capital of Georgia – Mtskheta, where you visit two UNESCO heritage sites Jvari Monastery and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. Your first stop is Uplistsikhe, an antique rock-hewn town in eastern Georgia. It contains multiple structures dating from the Early Iron Age to the Late Middle Ages. It is notable for the unique mixture of various rock-cut cultures from Anatolia and Iran's pagan and Christian architecture coexistence. After exploring Uplistsikhe, you have a chance to have lunch in the region and try delicious local food. After lunch, you have two options, have free time and ex...
George was a wonderful guide, very helpful full of great energy and information for the entire duration of the trip. Fantastic way to discover Georgia. Thank you.
5. From Tbilisi: Full-Day Tour of Vardzia, Rabati, and Borjomi
Travel to southern Georgia, where Rabati Castle, Vardzia Cave Complex, and Borjomi Resort await you. Your first stop is Rabati Castle, a medieval castle complex in an Asian style from the 13th century. It was developed under the influence of different cultures over subsequent centuries, reflected in the architecture, where you'll see a mosque, orthodox church, catholic church, and synagog. The next part of the journey takes you to Vardzia, a cave monastery dating back to the 12th century. The road follows the upper Mtkvari River, passing through narrow canyons at Aspindza along a stunning valley, cutting like a green ribbon between arid, rocky hillsides. Vardzia’s paintings represent a significant part of Georgian painting. There's a bell tower, main church, cave dwellings, rooms, chapels, pharmacy, and wine cellars. The last site of the day is Borjomi Resort, a hydro-thermal health s...
We went on the full-day Vardzia tour as a couple and our guide was Niko. The guide was very friendly and informative, the driver was very careful and steady, and the tour itself was very fun. Overall we think it was a great value, and we are open to trying other tours offered by Gamarjoba Georgia Tours!
6. Tbilisi: Private 4-Hour Walking Tour
Discover the best of Tbilisi's history, culture, and architecture on this walking tour. After getting picked up from your hotel, enjoy a stroll through the streets of the Old Town towards Metekhi Church and learn all about the history of Tbilisi's formation. In Shardeni Street, discover an open-air carpet market, visit Sioni Church and see the unique clock tower of the Rezo Gabriadze Puppet Theater. You will also discover the fascinating story behind the Anchiskhati Church and get to sample local wine. Next, ride a panoramic cable car up to the imposing Kartlis Deda monument, from which point you can admire panoramic views of the entire city. Pay a visit to Narikala Fortress before beginning your descent down the mountain. Head to the Sulfur Baths District, stopping to admire impressive views of the Leghvtakhevi Gorge and Vakhtang Gorgasali monument along the way. Finish your walking ...
Great! We had Magda she's sweet and very informative using simple historical language that all ages can relate too!
7. Tbilisi: Jvari Monastery, Ananuri, Gudauri, and Kazbegi Tour
Start your tour at Jvari Monastery, a 6th-century orthodox monastery near Mtskheta. Listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the monastery stands on a rocky mountain above the confluence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers, overlooking Mtskheta, the old capital of Georgia. Continue to Zhinvali Water Reservoir, located on the Georgian Military Highway. Learn the history of this Soviet dam, constructed in the 1980s. Then, arrive at the Ananuri Fortress, the seat of the Eristavis (Dukes) of Aragvi. Discover the intriguing plots of this feudal dynasty that ruled the area from the 13th century. Explore the site of numerous historic battles and take in the magnificent scenery — ideal for landscape photography. After Ananuri Fortress, have lunch in Pasanauri, the homeland of the most famous traditional Georgian food, Khinkali. Admire the Friendship Monument of Georgian and Russian people in Gu...
It was a perfect tour.Thanks to our guide Zura and the speedy driver Micha.They were really exceptional.We saw a lot and enjoyed it so much!
8. Tbilisi: Prometheus Cave and Martvili Canyons
The first stop of the day will be in Surami, where you will have the opportunity to taste a famous freshly-baked Nazuqi (sweet bread baked in an oven), which is a morning must-have for local Georgians. Continue on the tour to the Martvili district, one of the most gorgeous places in Georgia, combining different unique natural environments. You will be shocked with brilliant scenery, sensational waterfalls, and a boat trip in the river which possesses a deep-green color. You can board a boat with a boatman and he will take you on an unforgettable journey between the high rocks in the canyon. You will also have the chance to have lunch (by request) and try out traditional Georgian dishes. Get your camera ready for Kumistavi (Prometheus Cave), which is the biggest cave in Georgia. There are spectacular views of stalactites, stalagmites, petrified waterfalls, underground rivers, and lakes ...
This is the 2nd time I have booked a tour with Gamarjoba and again I had a wonderful time. Both our professional guide Zura and our driver Gia definitely made the experience unforgettable. The trip was not just about the historical and beautiful places we’ve visited but the warmth and hospitality they have shown. I most definitely enjoyed our lunch; dining with strangers is an enjoyable way to connect with people. I definitely felt like I was on a tour with friends during the trip. It was once again another trip to remember!
9. Tbilisi: Full-Day Kakheti and Sighnaghi Tour with Lunch
Departing from the center of Tbilisi, embark on a full-day tour to visit the sunniest regions of Georgia. The eastern region of Kakheti is Georgia’s premier wine-producing area, where almost everywhere you go you’ll be invited to drink a glass of traditional amber wine. Along the way, make a stop at the village of Badiauri where you can learn how to bake traditional Georgian bread and can even try to do it by yourself. For those that love cheese, there are many cheeses in Georgia which you can try accompanied by hot, fresh, crusty bread. Next up, visit the Bodbe Monastery, one of the most important religious sites in Georgia. Today there is a nunnery where the monastery used to be, and the St. George Cathedral, part of the monastery, which holds the remains of St. Nino. There is also a new cathedral built, using much of the same construction methods used to make the most famous cathedra...
Although it was a rainy day, we enjoyed our tour with Aleksi...we had some great food, great conversation and a very smooth drive...he provided us with plenty of historic details and stories of all the places we visited and even told us about the Cathedral near our hotel which we had missed to visit earlier...totally recommend the tour!!
10. Mtskheta - Jvari - Gori - Uplistsikhe Full Day Private Tour
Your private tour will begin at a comfortable time for you, from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM when you will be picked up from your accommodations. You will head to the eastern part of Georgia, 60 miles (96 km) from Tbilisi towards Mtskheta. Mtskheta was the capital of the Eastern Georgian Kingdom of Iberia from the third century BC and is one of the oldest towns and the cultural and religious center of Georgia. Next, visit the Jvari Monastery, a true architectural masterpiece of the early medieval period built on a hilltop. From the hill, gaze down to the merging Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers below, and enjoy a stop to take photos. With your local guide, continue onto Gori, the homeland of Stalin, to visit Stalin’s house, museum and train wagon. At the Stalin museum, learn about the life of the infamous dictator at the exhibit which includes unique photos, gifts, and furniture. After the museum, th...
Great experience- we will recommend it to everyone! We really got to see many places and had a great time! Unforgettable day, didi madloba!
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