Mountains and wine

3 nights/4 days
Tour Type:
tour program from Tbilisi

You have little time and want to see everything to the maximum? Then our tour is just for you! In just 4 days you will visit the mountains of the Caucasus, and in the cave city, and where without wine? And this is just a short list of what you will visit in 4 days!

Tour duration: 3 nights / 4 days

Kilometer: 440 km

Recommendations: Tour of medium difficulty. In the mountains, the temperature is always much lower, so take warm clothes with you, put on comfortable shoes and go on an adventure!


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Accompanied service

The price includes:
Breakfast based accommodation;
Services of a professional guide for the program;
Transport services according to the program;
Wine tasting in Tbilisi;
Tickets for the Narikala cable car;
Entrance fees to “Uplistsikhe”;
Jeep tour to Gergeti.
The price does not include:
Meals according to the program;
Personal expenses;
Tipping the guide.


Day 1. Arrival-Tbilisi

Day 2. Tbilisi-Mtskheta-Uplistsikhe-Tbilisi

Day 3. Tbilisi-Ananuri-Gudauri-Kazbegi-Tbilisi

Day 4. Tbilisi - Departure

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Day 1. Arrival-Tbilisi

Arrival at Tbilisi airport. Meeting with a representative of TABERNE GROUP.

Hotel accommodation.

Sightseeing tour of Old Tbilisi (V-XVIII centuries – Hiking tour through the ancient streets with authentic architecture; sulfur baths area, where, according to legend, King Vakhtang Gorgasali founded the capital; Metekhi plateau; bridge of 100 thousand great martyrs; glass bridge of Peace and the adjacent park Rike; Narikala fortress; Chardin – a street of night bars and clubs.

The tour will end in a wine cellar in the heart of Old Tbilisi, where guests will enjoy wine tasting from a professional sommelier.

Overnight in Tbilisi.

Day 2. Tbilisi-Mtskheta-Uplistsikhe-Tbilisi

Excursion to Mtskheta – the ancient capital of Georgia (IV century BC – V century AD), now the religious capital, included in the UNESCO world heritage.

Jvari – 5th century basilica and a temple of the 6th-7th centuries, a place that M.Yu. Lermontov describes in Mtsyri’s poem.

Walk along the city streets, visit the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (XI century) – the place where the greatest Christian shrine – the Chiton of Christ rests.

Moving to the ancient cave city – Uplistsikhe. Excursion to the rocky landscape and the ruins of the once most beautiful city of antiquity. Uplistsikhe is amazing with its almost three thousand years of history and is under the protection of UNESCO. Archaeological research proves that the rock city was founded in the first millennium BC, and finally emptied in the middle of the 19th century.

Return to Tbilisi.

Overnight in Tbilisi.

Day 3. Tbilisi-Ananuri-Gudauri-Kazbegi-Tbilisi

Breakfast in the hotel.

From Tbilisi to Stepan Tsminda we head along the Georgian Military Highway. On the way, we will stop at the Zhinvali reservoir. The Zhinvali reservoir is an artificial reservoir of indescribable beauty with an amazing microclimate. Ananuri Fortress is located on the shore of the reservoir. Ananuri served as the main stronghold for the formidable Aragvi eristavis, the rulers of this region. Next stop is Gudauri. Gudauri is an alpine ski resort in Georgia. It is located on the slopes of the Greater Caucasus Range, on the Georgian Military Highway.

Optional: paragliding ($90 per person).

Photo stops at the observation deck – the Arch of Friendship of Peoples, where a beautiful view of the mountains opens.

Transfer to Stepantsminda – an urban-type settlement. Located on the border with Russia. Here you can not do without SUVs! On off-road vehicles, the guests will be taken to Mount Gergeti to the Gergeti Trinity, where, in a different way, a magnificent view of the Caucasus Mountains and their peak – Mount Kazbek (5033 m) will open.

Optional: lunch at a local restaurant ($8-15 per person).

Return to Tbilisi, hotel accommodation.

Overnight in Tbilisi.

Day 4. Tbilisi – Departure

Breakfast in the hotel.

Airport transfer.



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