Georgia tours

Do you plan to travel to Georgia? Discover our Georgia tours and get to know this special country in the Caucasus. Not many people know about Georgia and group tours to this country are not very common. Georgia has freedom of religion since 1991 and the Jewish, Islamic and Christian religions coexist here. The varied and pristine mountain landscape is breath-taking.

Enjoy the picturesque centre of Tbilisi. Most of the city’s highlights are within walking distance of each other. The sulphur bath houses and the Narikala Fort are not to be missed. In the evenings, the walls of the fort are the perfect place for a lovely view over the city.

On your way to the wine region of Kakhetie you’ll visit the cave monastery David Gareja where three visits to this monastery, known for its frescos, are equal to a single pilgrimage to Jerusalem.

In Kakhetie, on your Georgia travels, you can go on a wine tour, visit monasteries and churches or join an excursion along the fantastic panoramas of the mountains and valleys of the Caucasus. On your way to Kazbegi you mustn’t miss out on the UNESCO World Heritage city of Mtshketa, the old capital of the country. The Jvari monastery and the Svetitskhove cathedral are definite highlights.

One of the highlights of your Georgia group tour is Vardzia, a complex of cave settlements that has grown into a royal city with cathedrals, palaces, shops, monasteries and houses.  

Join us for one of our Georgia tours!

Länderinformationen Georgia

  • Hintergrund
  • Kultur in Georgia
    Georgians are known as the real Burgundians of the Caucaus. They love to cook, are Romanic, outgoing and genuine revellers. The Georgian people love guests and see them a
  • Religion
    Different religions live together in Georgia but the majority of the population are supporters of the Georgian Orthodox Church, namely around 65%. The religious heart of the G
  • Sprache
    The official language of Georgia is Georgian. This language is spoken by more than 70% of the population. Georgian is an Ibero- Caucasian language that resembles any European
  • Festivals in Georgia
    Georgia has many national and religious holidays, namely: New Year's Day (January 1), Orthodox Christmas (7 January ), Epiphany  (January 19), Mother's Day (March 3), Ort
  • Essen und Getränke in Georgia
    Georgians are real Burgundians and love cooking, wine and extensive eating. Garlic, eggplant, walnuts and various herbs can be found in many meals. Georgians generally start w
  • Trinkgeld
    The people working in small restaurants don’t expect tips but in the trendy restaurants and cafes in the capital they do. Sometimes they add ten percent to the bill.
  • Beste Reisezeit Georgia
    Due to the large differences in altitude ranging from sea level to mountain peaks of more than five thousand meters, Georgia has a great scenic and climatic variation. In the
  • Bevölkerung
    Georgia has an area of ​​69,700 square kilometers and about 4.5 million inhabitants of which 1.3 million live in the capital Tbilisi. About 84% of the Georgian population are
  • Landschaft
    The landscapes in Georgia are breathtaking and quite varied. There are many types of landscapes in Georgia where you can find many different types of animal and plant species.
  • Praktische Informationen
  • Ankunft in Georgia
    Take it easy on your first day in Georgia. Take the time to recover from the flight and get used to the different climate, culture and country. Let it slowly work its magic on you!
  • Zeitunterschied
    During the winter Georgian time is four hours later than Greenwich Mean Time and three hours in summer.
  • Geld
    The Georgian currency is the Lari (GEL). A Lari consists of 100 Tetri. Banknotes come in 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 Lari. Coins come in 5, 10, 20 and 50 Tetri. In the larger
  • Gepäck und Kleidung
    We recommend you bring your luggage in a backpack. Your luggage needn't weigh any more than ten kilos (22 pounds) per person. It is useful to bring practical clothes that you
  • Elektrizität/Strom in Georgia
    Georgia uses a 220 volt, 50 hertz alternating current, assuming a power cut is not occurring. For this reason, many Armenians have backup generators at home. A good torch can
  • Sicherheit
    In general, Georgia is safe for tourists. Most of the locals are hospitable and friendly but make sure not to show wads of money on the streets. Travel in the Autonomous Rep
  • Gesundheit
    Travellers to Georgia who pay some attention to hygiene and skincare usually don’t run into health problems, apart from some harmless intestinal complaints. Food and d
  • Informationen für die Daheimgebliebenen
    Make sure that those at home know which country you are in and how long you are planning to stay away. You may fix a date when you will contact them again. Provide those picki
  • Fotos
    The use of cameras in museums and other sights is usually allowed. Using a flash in churches and museums is often prohibited. It is strictly forbidden to photograph military facilities, police and border posts.
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