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Complete Exploration of Georgia

Tbilisi, Kutaisi, Mestia, Borjomi, Vardzia & Signagi

Best time to travel
Apr – Oct
Ideal length
13 nights
Perfect for

At a glance

  • All international flights.
  • Meet & Greet on arrival in Tbilisi and all private transfers.
  • 12 nights’ accommodation in Tbilisi, Kutaisi, Mestia, Borjomi, Vardzia and Signagi.
  • Enjoy privately guided day tours of Tbilisi, Mestia, Akhaltsikhe, Telavi, Tsinandali and Signagi.
  • Explore the Georgian countryside, stopping at villages to sample local cuisine, wine and visit the remarkable historical sites.
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With its rich culture and astoundingly diverse landscapes, Georgia is a must visit for all history and nature lovers. Green valleys stretch across the countryside, home to verdant vineyards, ancient monuments and mountain scenery. Considered to be the birthplace of wine, Georgia has amazing drink offerings that pair perfectly with its delicious traditional cuisine. On this suggested itinerary, discover the history and culture of Georgian villages and towns that dot the Caucasus Mountains, beginning your journey in the capital city of Tbilisi.

Not often frequented by tourists, Georgia is a destination that can be difficult to navigate. When you embark on a luxury holiday to Georgia with OROKO, not only do we offer excellent value, but our expertise, 24/7 support and local representatives ensure a seamless luxury experience throughout. We’ll be with you every step of the way, introducing you to destinations we have explored numerous times and have awarded the OROKO luxury seal of approval.

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Trip Overview

Depart from Dublin to Tbilisi.

Upon arrival, your private driver will transfer you to your luxury accommodation where you’ll spend three nights. The bohemian city is a sight to behold at night, with its dramatic valley lit up by the sparkling city lights.

Discover Tbilisi on a privately guided walking tour.

Explore the red-roofed Old Town, with visits to Rezo Gabriadze Theatre, Anchiskhati Basilica, Sioni Cathedral, the Sulfur Baths and Narikala Fortress. Head to the art nouveau Sololaki District before enjoying dinner at one of the city’s most creative kitchens.

Discover Georgian wonders as you transfer to Kutaisi.

Stop en route at the village of Koreti, in a region of small farms, vineyards and orchards. Survey the crumbling factories of the haunting town of Chiatura before visiting Katskhis Column, a natural limestone pillar 140 feet high supporting medieval church ruins. Arrive in Kutaisi for an overnight stay.

Travel to Mestia for a two night stay.

Visit Gelati Monastery which was founded by Georgia’s David IV, also known as David the Builder. Marvel at the ornate frescoes, mosaics and enamel craftsmanship of the Monastery. Travel along the Inguri River, admiring its winding and precipitous gorge.

Inguri River
Get to know the traditions of Mestia.

Enjoy a privately guided tour of this highland townlet, paying visits to the Ethnographic Museum, Margiani House Museum and Laghami Church. Attend a Svan singing performance, a polyphonic style unique to the region.

Set out for resort town of Borjomi.

Stop to visit a kvevri maker in the village of Makatubani. Kvevri are large earthenware vessels used for fermentation, storage and ageing of traditional Georgian wine. Arrive in Borjomi for an overnight stay. This town is celebrated for its mineral water, believed to have enormous health benefits.

Head to the cave town of Vardzia.

Journey through the Meskhetian region, stopping at the Old Town of Akhaltsikhe and the Samtskhe-Javakheti Museum before arriving in Vardzia for an overnight stay. Pay a visit to a local farmhouse to sample Meskhetian cuisine and explore the Vardzia Cave Monastery. Return to Tbilisi for an overnight stay.

Vardzia Cave Monastery
Depart for Signagi’s Qedeli Village.

On your journey visit Telavi, the cultural centre of Georgia’s wine-growing region. Stop for a wine tasting at Tsinandali Village, the former estate of Alexander Chavchavadze. Arrive in Qedeli for a two night stay. While here, explore the market at Tsnori Village and enjoy a private tour of Signagi town.

Start your journey back to Tbilisi.

Stop at Sagarejo village for lunch and visit the cellar of a French vigneron for an introduction to sparkling wine made from Georgian endemic grapes. Next, stop at Dry Bridge Market and browse the range of traditional crafts and products. Arrive in Tbilisi for an overnight stay.

Georgia Vineyard
Transfer to the international airport for your flight home.

Arrive in Dublin.

Tailoring your holiday

OROKO Itineraries are created with you in mind and no two are the same. These can be used to help plan your trip - or we can design a completely different itinerary to suit you.

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Where to rest your head

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Rooms Hotel Tbilisi

Rooms Hotel Tbilisi

Situated in a former publishing house, this eclectic hotel boasts spacious rooms defined by dark wooden floors, elegant leather furnishings, and vintage light fittings.

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Argo Hotel

Argo Hotel

Argo is a boutique hotel located in a charming corner of Kutaisi. The interiors are decorated with elegant staircases and sophisticated furnishings.

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Posta Hotel

Posta Hotel

Set in the heart of cultural Mestia is the Posta Hotel. Designed in the manner of a mountain lodge, interiors feature stylish wooden and bare stone accents.

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Golden Tulip Borjomi Hotel

Golden Tulip Borjomi Hotel

Originally a 19th-century house, the Golden Tulip is now a cultural and historical monument of Borjomi town. This turquoise-hued boutique hotel features opulent rooms.

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Vardzia Resort Hotel

Vardzia Resort Hotel

Vardzia Resort is located in the Samtskhe-Javakheti region of Georgia, an area distinguished for its antiquities and traditions, as well as its key role in Georgia’s history.

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Lost Ridge Inn

Lost Ridge Inn

Located just outside Signagi in the Alazani Valley wine region, Lost Ridge Inn offers panoramic views in a remote, rural setting. An experiential property, guests can enjoy a range of traditional activities.

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