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The best way to explore the beautiful country of Georgia is by booking fully planned Georgia Tour Packages that will make your vacation hassle-free and comfortable. The packages are curated in a way that suits your travel needs, your budget and your likes and dislikes in terms of adventures and outdoor activities. You can also book specialized Georgia Packages that take you to some of the oldest cathedrals and churches in the country such as the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi or the Sioni Cathedral.

The presence of the Caucasian Mountains and the Black Sea in Georgia also makes it ideal for trekking and hiking, adventures that are included in personalized holiday packages that are tailor-made for you. Thrillophilia also offers a number of exciting offers and discounts that can make your holiday to East Europe a dream-come-true. With accommodations, local travel, food, adventures and offbeat activities such as enjoying a Supra feast included in your packages, your holiday to Georgia is bound to be a memorable affair.

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Which are the best places to visit on a Georgia trip?

1. Narikala Fortress: A definite inclusion in comprehensive Georgia Tour Packages is the famous Narikala Fort that overlooks the entire capital city of Tbilisi and the Mtkvari River. The fort is as old as the 4th century, back when it used to be a Persian citadel and was completed around the 8th century by Arab emirs, who built their palaces inside the Fortress. Most people travel to the Narikala Fortress to catch an unparalleled view of the city of Tbilisi which is especially spectacular to witness at night.

2. Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi: This Cathedral, which is also known as the Holy Trinity Tsminda Sameba Cathedral, is widely recognized as the most symbolic structure of new Georgia. It is one of the most striking features of the Tbilisi skyline and a trip to this picturesque cathedral is included in almost all Georgia Tour Packages. The structure includes 9 chapels, a school, a monastery and several underground chambers, all contained within a golden dome. The cathedral is located on the summit of Elia Hill and is one of the most beautiful landmarks in the city of Tbilisi.

Location: Elia Hill, Tbilisi, Georgia
Entry fees: Free entry, guided tours cost extra

3. Svetitskhoveli Cathedral: Georgia Tour Packages are incomplete without a trip to one of the oldest, most historical and structurally beautiful cathedrals in Georgia. The Svetitskhoveli Cathedral can be found in the ancient city of Mtskheta, near the local railway station. The church is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its typical Early and Middle Ages architecture and design. It is believed that Christ’s robes lie beneath the central nave of the cathedral. When you are exploring the church, make sure you walk through the hallways and explore the outside walls, which are decorated with unique frescoes, carvings and inlay work, which is rare to see in such cathedrals.

Location: Narekvavi-Mtskheta-Railway Station, Mtskheta, Georgia

4. Gonio Apsaros Fortress: Georgia is a country that is known for its brilliant and ancient architectural structures, the most remarkable of which are included in your Georgia Tour Packages. Of these, one of the most striking structures that you must see includes the Gonio Apsaros Fort, which is a fine specimen of Roman-Byzantine military building style. The Fortress has been inhabited by people of various kingdoms and cultures, including the Romans who built it in the 1st century AD, the Byzantines who occupied it in the 6th century and then the Ottomans who took it from the Byzantines. You can also visit a museum on the property.

Location: Adjara, Gonio, Georgia
Entry fees: 3 GEL for adults, 1 GEL for students, 5 GEL for a guided tour

5. Batumi Boulevard: You can’t book Georgia Tour Packages without paying a visit to the beautiful Batumi Boulevard located in the city of Batumi. This beautiful and well-maintained park was constructed in 1884 and stretches for a distance of 7 km along the coast. The park is lined with cafes, benches, fountains, viewpoints, restaurants, trees, walking trails, beach bars and game stalls which provide ample entertainment to visitors. It is a cultural hotspot located right beside the beach, which you can easily access from the park.

Location: 1 Nikoloz Baratashvili Street, Batumi, Georgia
Entry fees: 15 GEL for non-Georgian citizens

6. Jvari Monastery of Mtskheta: The primary attractions of this age-old monastery are the rich history that is etched on the walls of this church, as well as the mountaintop on which the church is built, which allows you to witness the sprawling natural beauty of Georgia from a vantage point. Located on the eastern side of Mtskheta, the Jvari Church was built between 585-604 AD in typical Georgian style, with symmetrical walls and domes. When you explore this church as part of your Georgia Tour Packages, you can catch a panoramic view of the Eastern Mtskheta countryside, as well as the confluence of the Mtkvari and the Aragvi Rivers.

Entry fee: Free entry (a round-trip taxi to and from the church costs around 30 GEL)

7. Batumi Dolphinarium: When the famous Batumi Dolphinarium was built in 1966, it was one of the best and largest dolphinariums in the world. Today, it is one of the primary attractions in the city of Batumi and is a must-inclusion in all comprehensive Georgia Tour Packages. You can catch shows that are organized on a daily basis, where dolphins are made to do choreographed tricks and performances. You can also watch them being fed and interact with the animals yourself. The amphitheatre in which these performances are held is almost always crowded and is the best way to spend a day in Batumi if you are travelling with kids.

Location: 51 Rustaveli Ave, Batumi, Georgia
Entry fees: 60 GEL for 3–12-year-olds, 100 GEL for 12–18-year-old and 150 GEL for adults

8. Sioni Cathedral: You can explore one of the most picturesque cathedrals as part of your Georgia Packages in the capital city of Tbilisi. The cathedral was originally built way back in the 3rd and 4th century AD but was destroyed, reconstructed and renovated several times over the years. The last major modification was made in the 13th century. This is one of the holiest churches in the city because it is believed the cross housed inside the church is tied with the hair of St. Nino himself. It is also a picturesque structure from where you can catch a sweeping view of the Tbilisi countryside.

Location: 3 Sioni St, Tbilisi, Georgia
Entry fees: 1.5 GEL

9. Samtavros Convent: Perhaps the most famous landmark in the spiritual capital of the country – Mtskheta – is the Samtavro Convent, built by the famous King Mirrian in order of St. Nino. St. Nino and St. Gabriel were believed to be the first Christians in the land of Georgia, and the church was built in honour of the former after his death. You can also see the tombs of King Mirian and his queen on the church grounds. The convent is an architectural marvel that has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its historical value and structural brilliance.

10. Monastery of Zedazeni: One of the oldest monasteries in the country and also one of the most exciting stops on your Georgia Packages is the Zedazeni Monastery, built in the 2nd century AD. It is located in the Mtskheta-Mtianeti region, on the Saguramo Ridge that is covered with an expanse of dense forest. The beautiful complex looks out on endless stretches of natural beauty that is typical of the Mtskheta countryside. The monastery was founded by St. John, one of the saints who were sent to this region to establish Christianity.

Location: Zedazeni Road, Georgia

What are the best things to do on a Georgia trip?

1. Go for a traditional Supra: A Supra is a traditional feast that is one of the most interesting parts of Georgian culture. There are two types of Supras – the festive and sombre supra. The first toast of the feast is given to God, after which you have to toast to peace and then to Georgia. The feast includes several local delicacies such as cheese bread (khachapuri), eggs and cheese (Adjarian), fried bread with cheese (Imeretian) and a selection of local wines. It is one of the most exciting cultural inclusions in your Georgia Packages.

Location: Local homes and restaurants in Georgia
Price: 365 GEL for 4-6 people

2. Caves of Gareji: One of the most beautiful places you can visit as part of your Georgia packages is the David Gareji, a complex which consists of over 5,000 caves for monks to meditate in and 19 medieval monasteries. This used to be one of the most significant places of pilgrimage for Georgians for centuries. Excavations in the area have revealed the existence of ancient caves that you can explore, which used to be bakeries, barns, housing for cattle and livestock, reserves, etc. You can also see remnants of mural paintings in the monasteries and caves

Location: Lori plateau, Kakheti region, Georgia
Price: 25 GEL includes a minivan with pick up, guided tour of the caves and drop back

3. Trekking: Georgia has an incredible topography, with the coast lining the Black Sea and the land being home to the Caucasian Mountains. This versatile landscape offers the perfect opportunity to go trekking in some of the most beautiful and challenging trails of your life. If you want to go trekking on your Georgia Trip, some of the most exciting trails include the Svaneti trek from Mestia to Ushguli, Omalo to Shatili trail, the Chaukhi pass trek, the Svaneti to Racha trek and much more.

Location: Georgia
Price: 1000 – 1,500 GEL approx.

4. Explore Gergeti Trinity Church: On your Georgia Tour, you can visit and explore many churches, amongst which is the magnificent Gergeti Trinity Church. The rich history of the church, along with the natural beauty that surrounds the complex is what attracts several tourists from across the world to this quaint cathedral. It is situated under Mount Kazbek, on the right bank of the Chkheri River. You can also explore this stunning Georgian Orthodox church as your trekking through the picturesque Caucasians.

Location: Kazbegi, Oni, Georgia

5. Marvel at Ananuri Castle: Located 66 km north of the city of Tbilisi, Ananuri Fortress is a stunning example of typical Georgian architecture that is truly worth exploring during your Georgia Trip. Located on the Aragvi River, the Fortress has witnessed several battles, shifts in power, historical events and cultural revolutions since its inceptions in the 17th century. Inside the castle, you can explore 2 exotic 17th-century churches, several colourful frescoes, towers and minarets along with a unique insight into Georgia’s feudal history.

Location: Mtskheta-Mtianeti Region, Georgia

6. Wine tasting: When you are in Georgia, it is imperative that you go wine-tasting, simply because Georgia is the oldest wine-making country in the entire world. The inhabitants of Georgia have been making wine for 8000 years, making wine a seamless part of its cuisine and culture. You can find a selection of local and exotic wines in some of the oldest wineries in the world when you go on a guided tasting tour. You can walk through sprawling vineyards, learn about the different processes involved and sample some of the most unique wine in the world. Chateau Mere, Chateau Mukhrani, Chateau Schuchman and Alexander Chavchavadze Palace are some of the best places to taste wine as part of your Georgia Tour.

Location: Natakhtari-Tsilkani-Mukhrani, Mukhrani 3309
Price: Starting from 65 GEL

7. Explore the Old Town in Tbilisi: Old Town is one of the most fascinating places in the capital city of Tbilisi, where you can walk through old buildings, scrutinize the ancient architecture, explore some of the oldest churches in the world and other monuments and buildings against a hilly backdrop. Once you cross a bridge over the Kura River, however, you can see the modern aspects of the town that is a complete juxtaposition to the archaic charm of Old Town.

8. Relax on Batumi Beach: Batumi Beach is a tropical paradise in the midst of all the Medieval fanfare in Georgia. Fringed with a well-maintained boulevard along with several exciting shops and modern structures, Batumi Beach is the place to be when you are visiting Georgia in the summer. The beach doesn’t have any sand but is filled with picturesque pebbles that are comfortable enough for visitors to sit or relax on. The beautiful Black Sea provides the perfect backdrop for a relaxing evening on this beach.

Location: 1 Nikoloz Baratashvili Street, Batumi, Georgia

9. Pay a visit to Medieval Land: This small smattering of ancient buildings, ruins and residences is a hidden gem in Georgia and exploring this area is one of the most interesting things you can do when touring the country. The province is surrounded by the towering ranges of the Caucasian Mountains and the ruins can be found in the middle of a sprawling green valley. You can see the remains and ruins of Medieval watchtowers that were used to protect the region from outside invaders.

Location: Svaneti Province, Georgia

10. Tour the Caves of Uplistsikhe: The Caves of Uplistsikhe are a series of small settlements that were recently discovered in Georgia in the recent past. These structures have been found to exist since the Bronze Age, which is around 1000 BC and were inhabited by people till as late as the 13th century AD. Today, the caves are in tuins, but you can see the distinct architectural style, the tools used for hunting and house-work and the many artefacts that have been excavated from this place over the years.

Location: Gori, Georgia
Price: 7 GEL

What’s Georgia famous for?

Georgia is a country that straddles the continents of Asia on the west and Europe on the east. It is home to Caucasian mountains and the country is surrounded by the Black Sea on its coast, which makes it a natural paradise for travellers who like to trek, swim and explore such sprawling countrysides.

Georgia is also one home to some of the oldest churches, forts, palaces and monasteries in the world, with many precious excavations, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and artwork that can be found in the country. You can explore all the wonderful things that this quaint country has to offer as part of your comprehensive Georgia Holiday Packages.

What is the best time to visit Georgia?

The months of May, June and September are ideal for exploring the versatile country of Georgia. This is the time when you can avoid the harsh summer heat, and also the freezing winter temperatures. This is also the time when you can trek through the mountains and sample the freshest harvest from the vineyards.

What is unique in Georgia?

While Georgia, like most other Eastern European countries, is very picturesque, what makes this country exceptional and unique is the presence of age-old churches, caves, monasteries and cathedrals that have withstood the test of time. These cathedrals and monuments have existed for thousands of years, built during the reign of the Roman, Ottoman and Byzantine Empires. When you book historical Georgia Holiday packages, you can inspect the murals and frescoes in these churches, marvel at the architectural brilliance and admire the natural beauty that surrounds these structures.

How to reach Georgia?

The easiest way to travel to Georgia is via flight. There are airports in Tbilisi, Batumi and Kutaisi, where flights come in from places like Armenia, Azerbaijan, London, several cities in Russia and more.

Is Georgia expensive to visit?

No, it is one of the most budget-friendly holiday destinations in Europe, ideal for solo travellers, backpackers, couples, families and small groups. If you are in the capital city of Tbilisi, you might spend anything between 42-60 GEL per day. You can book well-rounded and thoroughly planned Georgia Holiday Packages at a discount, which will take care of all your travel needs and show you some of the best aspects of the country, without burning a hole in your pocket.

Why are tourists attracted to Georgia?

Apart from the general charm of being an old, east European country, Georgia is also one of the oldest settlements in the world. It attracts thousands of tourists every year because the country has something to offer to everyone. If you are fond of trekking, exploring nature, lounging on beaches and climbing mountains, then the Caucasians and the Black Sea are ideal for such adventure-lovers. Fans of history and culture also have innumerable churches, monuments, caves and monasteries to explore, some of which have existed for over 3000 years.

How much does a trip to Georgia cost?

A trip to Georgia costs anything between 320 GEL to 1,280 GEL, depending on the number of people you are travelling with and how long you are planning to stay in the country. For example, a 7-days trip in the country for 2 people would cost approximately 640 GEL.

Which are the best beaches to visit in Georgia?

1. TKvariati: One of the most popular beaches is the rocky Kvariati beach, which is popular for its affordability, restaurant and snack options, the warmth of the locals and a comfortable bungalow right on the beachfront.

2. Gonio: If you want to enjoy seaside activities more than the actual beach, this is the most happening beach to be in. With music festivals, nightclubs, dance floors, carnivals and food stalls on the banks, a trip to this beach is bound to be exciting.

3. Sarpi: Located close to the Turkish border, this picturesque beach is much sought-after because of its scenic beauty, shallow rocky cliffs which are ideal for diving and many stalls on the banks.

4. Shekvetili: The stunning beach is famous for its endless stretches of black sand that have been deposited on the shores by the Black Sea. It is supposed to contain medicinal properties, and even if it doesn’t, the natural beauty and amiable atmosphere of the beach is perfect for a lazy day out in Georgia.

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