Caspi Tours

6 Nights in Georgia



  • Transfer from the airport to the hotel
  • Comfortable car
  • Jeep  car  in Kazbegi
  • Entrance fees to Tbilisi Cable Car
  • Uplistsikhe
  • Borjomi Park ​
  • Tour Guide
  • Transfer from the hotel to the airport


  • E-visa
  • Flight tickets
  • Accommodation
  • Wine Tasting in Khareba 
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Extra Activities
Number of Guests      1      2    3 - 6    7+
Per person    530$    260$    240$  135$

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Tbilisi - Kazbegi - Signagi - Borjomi - Tbilisi
Professional guide
Entrance fees
0.5l bottled water
Air-conditioned vehicle
Pick up / drop off
Extra activities


Day 1: Arrival

  • Meeting guests at the airport and transfer to the hotel
  • Check-in


Day 2: Tbilisi – Ananuri Fortress – Gudauri – Kazbegi  - Tbilisi (Gudauri Ski Resort )

  • Ananuri Fortress (16th) the place is full of intrigue by legends and history.
  • Zhinvali reservoir
  • Georgian ski resort Gudauri 
  • Arch of Georgian – Russian Friendship
  • Stepantsminda Village


Day 3: Tbilisi –Signagi – Bodbe – Khareba (Wine tunnel) - Tbilisi

  • Signagi. The city is surrounded by the famous Alazni Valley. It is one of the finest examples of a Georgian medieval city. 
  • Only 2km away from Signagi located Bodbe Monastery where are saved the relics of St.Nino. Here opens a wonderful view of Alazani Valley.
  • Winery Khareba. You will enjoy a tour of a prestigious winery. Today, Khareba is the owner of the biggest wine cellar in Georgia, which spans about 7km and includes approx. 25,000 bottles of wine.
  • Return to Tbilisi


Day 4: Tbilisi - Mtskheta - Uplistsikhe - Tbilisi

  • Mtskheta is an ancient capital of Georgia and religious heart for every Georgian. Not officially called “The Second Jerusalem”. It attracts pilgrims and lovers of ancient architecture from all around the world. During the tour, we will visit Jvari Monastery (6th) which stands on the top of the mountain with a picturesque view to the biggest Georgian rivers Kura and Aragvi.
  • Svetitskhoveli temple (11th century) where is buried the Tunic of Christ, a piece of the cross on which Christ was crucified, also there saves the relics of Andrew the First Called,  graves of famous Georgian Rulers and lots other interesting shrines.
  • Uplistsikhe is an ancient cave town which was founded about 1000 BC and finally emptied only in the 19th century. The uniqueness of the object is that it has retained the remnants of religious buildings, wineries, living caves, throne halls, secret halls for thousands of years.


Day 5: Tbilisi – Borjomi Park – (Bakuriani Ski Resort) - Tbilisi

  • Our stop will be at a resort town Borjomi. The town is famous for its mineral water industry (which is the number one export of Georgia). Because of the supposed restorative and healing powers of the area mineral springs; it is a frequent destination for people with health problems. Borjomi is also home to the most extensive ecologically-themed amusement park in the Caucasus.
  • Bakuriani Ski Resort
  • Capture the vibrant atmosphere of the place you will visit.
  • Relaxing journey back to Tbilisi.


Day 6: Tbilisi City Tour

  • The City tour includes walking all around the old city quarter of Tbilisi. Take a stroll along Leselidze (Kote Abkhazi Street) which is the most popular street for tourists. This area is an excellent example of religious friendship between different forms of worship. Here you can find the Georgian Orthodox Church, Armenian Church, Jewish Synagogue, Roman Catholic Church and even Islamic Mosque.
  • Walk along Shardeni Street, which attracts tourists to its numerous, authentic cafes, restaurants and nightlife. Here you can find the Bridge of Peace (made of glass), which commonly appears on postcards of the city, and the Metekhi temple and bridge (12th). We will take the cable car to get to the Narikala Fortress on the top of the mountain, which was established in 4th C., and long considered a symbol of Tbilisi’s defense and enduring strength. Narikala offers you some of the best panoramas of the city. Then we will take a walk along the Narikala Tourist Route (150m), including a visit to the Mother of Georgia statue, and continue to the Abonatubani district, where you can find the legendary Sulphur baths and Legvtakhevi waterfall directly in the city center!
  • During the tour, we will visit one of the oldest bakeries of Tbilisi where our guests can taste traditional Georgia bread.

 Optional: wine tasting


Day 7: Departure

  • Breakfast at hotel 08.00
  • Transfer guests from the hotel to the airport


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