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About Sakura
Located in Tbilisi, Sakura Ltd is an inbound tour operator incorporated under the Georgian legislation. The travel company has been operating on the Georgian and South Caucasus tourist markets since 2014. Over the past 4 years, we have established ourselves as experts in creating and delivering quality services and unforgettable experiences at affordable prices. Sakura Ltd is a member of Georgian Tourism Association (GTA) and Japan Association of Travel Agents (JATA).
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Wine Tour in Mtskheta Region (Day Tour)

Visit Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and Jvari Monastery in Mtskheta (UNESCO sites).
Wine tasting at Chateau Mukhrani (founded in 1880).
Discover organic Georgian wine cellar "Iago's Winery".

The enticing blend of history, culture, and gastronomy starts in Mtskheta, the old capital of Georgia, known for its ancient churches and later takes you to famous Georgian old and ultra modern wineries and palace where you can taste one of best Georgian European style wines and traditional Georgian organic (bio) wines…
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8 hours
from $141.98

Tbilisi walking sightseeing tour

Old Tbilisi sightseeing tour.
Enjoy the picturesque architecture old town and meet locals.
Visit treasury of National Museum of Georgia or Georgian Museum of Fine Arts.
Enjoy coffee break at local cafe in old Tbilisi.

This tour will take you through the oldest streets in Tbilisi - back from the 4th century to the newest buildings that are best examples of modern architecture. Starting at the church of Metekhi, sulfur baths and then on to Narikala fortress and grand finale at Rustaveli Avenue and National Museum with artifacts from the Bronze Age, this tour manages to squeeze centuries into one easy-to-handle excursion…
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7 hours
from $73.52

Wine and Culinary Tour in Kakheti Region

We offer you a wine tour to the East of Georgia and a unique opportunity to participate in the grape harvesting and winemaking processes. During this tour, you will visit the traditional wine region Kakheti. You will discover small wineries with a thousand-year -old Georgian traditional technology, as well as established wineries that produce world famous brands. You will have an amazing opportunity to learn about different ways of winemaking and taste many local wines and dishes.

The city of love - Sighnaghi is one of the cities of the Great Silk Road, surrounded by protective walls with 23 towers. By the way, only in Sighnaghi there is a 24-hour Wedding House where a couple can get married in ten minutes, and get an international certificate.

If you are looking for natural products, Matsoni House is the right place for you.

Georgian ancient wine making method has already been granted intangible cultural heritage status by UNESCO.
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2 days
from $332.46

Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia Tour 12 days

Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia Tour 12 days

Discover three countries Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan- in just one tour. The soaring Caucasus Mountains separate Europe from Asia, and the South Caucasus countries are on that borderline.  Inhabitants of Azerbaijan burned crude oil in their lamps before anyone knew what it was.  Beautiful, rocky Armenia was the first country to adopt Christianity as its official religion.  And Georgia, acclaimed for its fabulous food and drink, claims to be the first area to cultivate the wine grape. These countries are distinguished by their distinct histories, traditions, cultures and natural surroundings
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12 days
from $1,826.69

Tbilisi and Mtskheta Day Tour

Tbilisi to Mtskheta tour offers you a fascinating promenade in two capital cities of Georgia – Tbilisi and Mtskheta. Within one day you will visit two cities that are in 20 km distance from each other and see the whole variety and beauty of them. Tbilisi is the largest city of the country and was founded in V c A.D. It is located along Mtkvari river mouth. It is diverse with the culture, styles, and traditions. And Mtskheta is a small city, a spiritual center of the country, “Second Jerusalem” and the place where two rivers – Aragvi and Mtkvari – merge. You will see the ancient historical monuments, have a stroll on the brick streets, and will have the opportunity to watch the lifestyle of the local citizens.
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8 hours
from $106.49
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Jacqueline M wrote a review Nov 2019
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Beautiful and interesting countries. Great food and wine especially in Georgia (and not expensive. Well organized with very knowledgable and very niche guides!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Debra wrote a review Oct 2019
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My husband and I took this tour two weeks ago. We had a wonderful time. We purchased our tour through Viator. The tour guides in Azerbaijan (Ulka) and Armenia (Roze) were very good. They were knowledgeable and well prepared. Our guide in Georgia (Leila) was nice and energetic, she did not have a grasp of the history and information of the sights we visited. The other guides were constantly giving us information about customs, culture, history - a little bit of everything during our long trips. The food was good, a little repetitive but there was always plenty. We did not like the hotel in Baku. I would rate it a three star and not a four star hotel. All the sights we visited were wonderful. The museums were great. Overall, it is a great trip.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Michael W wrote a review Oct 2019
Redding, Connecticut769 contributions178 helpful votes
Firstly credit where it’s due - value for money on our tour of the Southern Caucuses was pretty good as it was half board. The downside of that was that we never got to choose any of our own food and, although there was a variety of dishes served, it’s not the same as having a free choice. Secondly, the tour started each morning right after breakfast, went on all day and finished by going straight to dinner in the evening. This meant no free time at all which isn’t good when you’re visiting foreign countries. Finally, all of our tour group wanted to visit a bazaar one day, rather than yet another church. However, we were told that we weren’t allowed to. We didn’t appreciate being treated like children since all the group were between late 30s and late 70s.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Response from Sakurageoorgia, Manager at Sakura
Responded Oct 16, 2019
Dear Mickael, Thank you for your review, all our guests opinions are very important for us, but you are not objective this time, you were in group tour with 11 other travelers from different countries, they paid for the itinerary of this tour so we were not able to change itinerary according to one guest's interests. Next time, please, read itinerary in details before booking the tour or book private tour, where itinerary will be created according to your interests only.
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Shona W wrote a review Oct 2019
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I had a really great time on this group tour. It was well planned out and organised, informative and covered the best places in each country. Our guides in each country Tural, Gela and Nasine were all fantastic and very passionate about us seeing and learning everything about their beautiful countries. The drivers were great too. The hotels and restaurants were all really good. I would highly recommend this tour.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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mass wrote a review Sep 2019
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We took a day trip to Kazbegi and a winery tour the next day. I asked a Japanese-speaking person to be a tour guide, and I was given a detailed explanation of some of the churches I visited, which deepened my understanding of Georgia. And the wonderful scenery at Kazbegi is still vivid in my mind as something I will never forget. I would like to stay here again.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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