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Taste of Georgia

Tbilisi, Georgia
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We Provide the Best Tours in Georgia. Custom, Private and Small Group Tours, Day Trips and Tour Packages in Georgia. Day tours from Batumi
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Day Trip to Kazbegi from Tbilisi via Georgian Military Road

Discover the best of the Caucasus on a full-day private tour from Tbilisi. Relax as private transportation takes you from your hotel onto the Georgian mountain road. The tour combines natural and historical attractions with a visit to the Ananuri Fortress, photos at Jvari Pass, and a hike to Gergeti Trinity Church. The comprehensive itinerary further includes a cultural stop in Pasanauri where you can learn to prepare Georgian dumplings.
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9 to 11 hours
from $73.72

Tbilisi by Night Walking Tour

Explore the Old Town of Tbilisi after dark with this leisurely walking tour. Follow your local guide to see top landmarks including Metekhi Church and the Narikala fortress. Visit the observation deck at Mtatsminda to see Tbilisi lit up at night. Learn about the city’s history and experience the energy of nightlife in the old town.
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3 hours
from $35.20

Full-Day Organic Wine Tour with Lunch from Tbilisi via Wine Route Kakheti

Take a break from the city and discover the best of Georgian wine country on a full-day private tour to Kakheti. Relax as private transportation takes you from Tibilisi into the Caucasus Mountains. Listen to live commentary by your private guide and ask questions along the way. Stop at up to six local wineries during the tour. Sample wine that is now listed by UNESCO as intangible cultural heritage.
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9 to 10 hours
from $264.63

1-Day Trip to David Gareja Monastery with Rainbow Hills & Sighnaghi from Tbilisi

Kakheti is known for its landscape and culture, but accessing its dispersed highlights can be tricky on a self-led tour. Travel the distance with ease on a full-day tour from Tbilisi, and explore attractions including the David Gareja monastery complex, Signagi town, and the region’s mountainous trails. Save time finding a meeting point with hotel pickup and drop-off included, and gain intimate insight into the region from your personal guide.
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9 to 11 hours
from $153.57

Private Full-Day Trip to Ski Resort Gudauri and Mtskheta from Tbilisi

Discover the best of Georgia—and enjoy a whirlwind of exploration—on this private day out. Following hotel pickup in Tbilisi, begin your multi-stop day out with a visit to the Gudauri Ski Resort in the scenic Caucasus Mountains. Practice your technique during a private skiing class, and enjoy time on the slopes. Next, transfer to a local restaurant, where you’ll learn how to make and eat traditional khinkali dumplings. Finally, head to the former capital city of Mtskheta to see UNESCO-listed sites like the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral.
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9 to 11 hours
from $141.77
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Sharon P wrote a review Feb 2020
Borjomi, Georgia33 contributions9 helpful votes
What an amazing tour. My husband and I met at their office and we were welcomed by the team and offered a glass of famous Georgian wine. Our 'Get your Guide' guide, Tico was very knowledgeable and friendly. Her English was exceptional and she explained all the history of the sights we visited. There was time to stop for photo's and take in the various views of the city. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone who loves finding out local history and want to know more about the city. It was a great introduction to Tblisi and I would take it at the start of your trip. We met some lovely people from around the worl in our small group. Our trip finished at a craft wine bar/shop and we learnt about why wine is important to Geogians and got to taste many too. It was a pleasure to listen to it explained so passionately. Dress for the weather and wear comfy shoes!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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yanasmirnova7 wrote a review Jan 2020
St. Petersburg, Russia11 contributions
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Such an original tour where you meet local Georgian people in their wineries and experience the famous Georgian hosptality. We had a ride through a beautiful region of Kakheti together with trying so many different types of wines and chachas. And the lunch we had in one on the wine yards was fresh and delicious homemade Georgian cuisine! Our guide Zura was opened and welcoming answering every small question and telling interesting stories. The tour was comfortable as we were driving in a new car and in the end were brought directly to our hotel. This was a great and fun trip to get to know Georgia, very much recommended
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Prebble34 wrote a review Dec 2019
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This day trip was so worthwhile. Our guide Zura was ready and waiting for us in the reception of our hotel as promised. He was very personable and spoke excellent English. We were able to ask him anything He was not only very knowledgeable he was also an excellent listener and clearly very intelligent. Our driver Acho made the long trip comfortable. He navigated poor roads and pot holes and other drivers with experienced competence. We enjoyed visiting and learning about the monasteries and Zura’s respect and knowledge of the monks and their lifestyle made our visits so much more meaningful. We enjoyed a hike up and over the rainbow hills. It was great to stretch our legs and experience the vastness of the terrain. By the time we got to the village where they made bread many had finished for the day however Zura found one still baking. We all had a go and made traditional bread.... then we enjoyed eating it!! With the salty cheese the hot bread we’d made was especially good! The last monastery and the city of love were very pretty and we particularly enjoyed the panoramic views of the Caucas mountains which were snow capped at the time. Zura and Acho were a great team and did so much to make the experience enjoyable for us. We can not recommend them highly enough.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Johnaroundtheworld wrote a review Dec 2019
London, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
This tour was something else! I highly recommend this tour for anyone that likes wine and enjoying life! it was really interesting, well-paced and the guide, Zura, was a real professional. Everything was highly professional yet still very personal.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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craig483 wrote a review Dec 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates2 contributions
A very different experience from traditional European wine tasting sessions we have done in the past. This was a far more intimate and informative look into organic and traditional production methods on a non commercial level in the Kakheti region. From learning about how the clay fermentation vessels - Qvevri - are made to meeting the families that produce some fantastic and unique wines it a far more enjoyable experience to those we have been on previously. The wine makers were welcoming and more than happy to tell you everything about their wine with a passion. Each producer we visited were hospitable and offered several glasses of wine to taste and enjoy. Most sessions ended in a toast where we were offered Chacha, this is the local hard liquor similar in taste to a mild brandy. Beware some are double or triple distilled so can reach a chest warming 70% alcohol content. A hearty lunch was provided at the third vineyard which was an excellent offering of local dishes accompanied be their wine offering all of which were excellent. Our guide Zura was very accommodating and did well to decipher and translate our questions after we had several glasses of wine! The tour was well coordinated and ran as planned. Zura was also more than happy to offer suggestions for restaurants and other experiences within Tbilisi and the wider region. At each vineyard there is an opportunity to purchase wine made on smaller scale not readily available elsewhere. Expect to pay 35 - 40 Lari for a bottle so very much a worthwhile investment. We took this tour on our first day in Georgia and it was a fantastic introduction to the people, their culture and the country as a whole, we would highly recommend it.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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