Small Group Tours and Holidays in Georgia

Sandwiched between Europe and Asia, borrowing influences from both but retaining distinct cultural identities, Georgia is an incredibly exciting country which offers real opportunities to get ‘off the beaten track’ and have a genuine adventure. Our group tours and tailor made holidays have been carefully designed to include both key highlights and undiscovered gems, and give a fantastic insight into local culture and traditions. Incorporating locally owned guesthouses we experience the best of the renowned local hospitality, explore the spectacular religious heritage of the region, spend time walking in the Caucasus Mountains and journey to the remote provinces of Svaneti and Tusheti, enchanting lands where traditions have changed little over the centuries. Georgia is too often ignored by travellers, but has a wealth of attractions that rival far bigger countries.

We also offer group tours in Georgia in conjunction with Armenia. For further details click here.


Georgia - Wild Tusheti

Style: TravellerCultural discovery away from the crowds
Duration: 9 days
Type: GroupTravel with a small group of other travellers

Georgia is one of the least known nations of Europe – in fact most people aren’t entirely sure whether it is actually in Europe. Hidden away and often eclipsed by its monumental neighbour it hides a wealth of diverse secrets. This trip encompasses the very best of the country: we spend time in Tbilisi and marvel at the numerous and diverse cultures that have left their mark on this city, from Ancient Persia and Medieval European crusaders to Imperial Russia and Ottoman Turkey and explore its delightful old city. We travel into the High Caucasus to the wild and untamed province of Tusheti where age old traditions are still entrenched into the culture. We explore the cave monasteries of David Gareji where 14 centuries of Georgian Christians have crafted an impressive rock-hewn monastic foundation. For lovers of wine we will also visit the ancient wine region of Kakheti, arguably the original home of all viticulture and taste the exquisite wines produced there. Our travels then take us over the dizzying heights of the Abano Pass, only seasonally open and a gateway to some of Europe’s most isolated villages. We spend time getting to know and understand the area and its tenacious and proudly isolated people, enjoying the wholehearted hospitality of family run guesthouses.  Our exploration of the incredibly isolated and often seasonal Tush villages will include the option of some relatively straightforward, but highly rewarding walks where the beauty of the alpine-meadows contrasts with the awe-inspiring mountain scenery. Georgia is renowned for its local hospitality so travel with us on this cultural and historical adventure and discover the furthest reaches of this intriguing and stunning country where few outsiders tread.

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