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Visit Adjarians (with culinary master classes)

Duration:
9 hours
Transport:
car
Tour Type:
combined: car-walking
Group size:
up to 20 people

$240$450

We invite you to visit the Adjarians in a picturesque village in Mountainous Adjara. Hospitable hosts will tell you about the original life in Mountainous Adjara and teach you how to cook not only famous Georgian dishes, but also rare Adjarian dishes: Sinori and Borano.

Those who wish can go fishing in the mountain river, someone will attend culinary master classes, and someone will simply relax in hammocks. Waiting for you: beautiful nature, picturesque springs and mountain rivers, villages lost in the mountains, owners who conduct subsistence farming and even grow tobacco, are engaged in crafts, the remains of ancient fortresses.

We will see mountains, mountain rivers, fish, cook dinner, relax and travel.

The program includes a delicious lunch with wine tasting of the most famous winemaker in Adjara.

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Schedule

10:00 start of the group gathering from the Sanapiro hotel (we expect guests from Kobuleti, Shekvetili, Ureki. Gathering guests along the way. 10:20 departure from the Aqualand hotel

11:00 stop at Makhuntseti waterfall, arch bridge, wine tasting

12:00 high mountain village with an ancient fortress

12:30 Shuakhevi rest and acquaintance with the way of life, fishing, culinary master classes

18:30 Return to Batumi

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Description

Adjara. To be in Adjara and not to see Mountainous Adjara is neither to be in Adjara, nor in Georgia. And to be in Mountainous Adjara and not see how people live in this region of Georgia – it will be very disappointing.

Surely, many who have already visited and rested in Batumi were in the Machakhela gorge and were invited to our family for our Adjarian feast with a folklore and dance program. Of course, if you have not been, then you are here! Our guests are delighted with this program.

We go further and invite you to visit the Adjarians in the very hinterland, in a village high in the mountains, where people still live by subsistence farming.

We do not promise you that there will be a folklore and entertainment program, but we know for sure what will happen: beautiful nature, picturesque springs and mountain rivers, villages lost in the mountains, owners who conduct subsistence farming and even grow tobacco, are engaged in crafts, remains of ancient fortresses … We will see mountains, mountain rivers, fish, cook dinner, relax and travel.

Optionally (optional) you can visit the highest mountain village in Mountainous Adjara, which can be reached by cable car from the center of Khulo.

This is a novelty of this season – there have not yet been massive group excursions here.

This is an opportunity to see the whole Mountainous Adjara in one excursion.

The program includes a delicious lunch with wine tasting of the most famous winemaker in Adjara.

Waiting for you: Beautiful landscapes on the way to visit an Adjarian family, visiting a trout farm (stop), the bridge of Queen Tamar – one of the most ancient arched bridges of Mountainous Adjara (stop for a photo) – a short drive and we will visit a high-mountain village with very beautiful panoramic views, we will see the remains of the old fortress, the old mill, which works until today, and listen to the stories of old-timers – moving to Shuakhevi to visit the Adjarians: here we set the table, cook barbecue ourselves, fish, relax in hammocks, walk around the neighborhood and take part in a feast. Optionally, for add. For a fee, you can go to the highest mountainous Khulo and climb on a cable car over the gorge to the highest village in the region. Further, only the pass and the Gardesi ski resort (but this is a winter story) – We will return to Shuakhevi right for a feast, where the table is set, guests are at the table. And then the way back with songs and the story of our guide awaits us.

Additional information

On a visit to Adjarians

2 – 3 persons, 4 – 7 people, 8 – 11 people

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