Tours in Georgia

Tianeti seems is not among the most popular tourism routes in Georgia, I wonder why. Day trips to Tianeti (region of Mtsketa-Mtianeti) are quite possible and really easy doable.  We agreed not to spend Saturday mornings in the search for the best breakfast menu offers among Tbilisi restaurants, but rather spend our free...
For the second time I felt as a real tourist in Georgia, let me explain - I have been living in Georgia for more than 5 years, thus for the past two years I'm spending Summer months in Latvia. This year we were absent from Georgia for about 6 months, and when returned - we had no choice but to travel a lot across the country, as the...
Prefer exploring Georgia on your own, you call yourself and indie, even a rough traveler? Then this guide is for you - explore Mtskheta by your own - no tourist groups, just you and your free sprit in one of the most beautiful Georgian towns - Independent Mtskheta Travel guide. The best way to getting to Mtskheta is either by a...
Day trips to region of Kakheti in Georgia are quite possible and I would actually recommend to take one if you have a chance.. I have explored region of Kakheti in different ways (mostly by marshrutka and car). I prefer personal car with a driver. If you feel you are indie or rough traveler you might try marshrukta leaving...
Are you planning your visit to Republic of Georgia? Traveling via Kutaisi international airport? Wondering how to make your trip unforgettable? Here are some ideas which might help, if you are planning your trip here for seven days. Actually most of the listed bellow comes from my own travels around Georgia in one week, so it's...
As year is coming to the end I decided to take a look back and see how my travels in Republic of Georgia went in 2015. Turns out I have reviewed more than 35 cool tourist attractions in Georgia. Update: I'm offering crafted and tailored Organized tours in Georgia I actually started such flashback back in 2014, take a look how...
Four years ago I first landed at the Tbilisi airport and for the first time took a step on Georgian land. That happened on April 1st, 2011 - I like this data - it's known Worldwide as a Fool's day. Today I'm celebrating my four years in Georgia. A year ago I wrote my thoughts of Living in Georgia after three years. This...