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Daily tours in Georgia


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Ski holiday in Gudauri

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Wine tour in Khakheti

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David Gareja

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Zedazeni

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Lagodekhi

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Samtavisi

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Kakheti – Land of Wine

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Kutaisi

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Kazbegi (Stepantsminda)

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Borjomi / Vardzia / Akhaltsikhe

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Tbilisi

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Mtskheta-Gori-Uplistsikhe

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Top hotels in Georgia

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Lisi Hills hotel

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Ibis Styles Tbilisi Center

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Holiday Inn Tbilisi

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Raddison BLU Iveria Tbilisi

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Courtyard Marriott Batumi

Horse riding Tours

Thanks to its geographical conrrrditions a variety of horse-riding tours can be organized in Georgia. You can travel on horseback in different regions of the Great Caucasus mountains (Svaneti, Mtiuleti, Khevi, Khevsureti, Tusheti), but riding in Tusheti is truly an unbelievable experience. We reach the remote areas of country, enjoy spectacular scenery, stone built houses and pyramid towers.

Fishing Tours

Fishing is one of the most popular wildlife related activities in Georgia. Fish species include largemouth bass, bream, crappie, catfish, striped bass and hybrid bass. Numerous recreation areas, fishing piers, and bank fishing areas provide ample fishing opportunities. Fisheries habitat improvements include the maintenance of fish attractors and felling trees into water along the shoreline. 

Hunting Tours

Georgia has an impressive diversity of fauna that makes this country attractive for Big Game as well as Small Game Hunters. Georgia is an important migration point for birds, passing through the border, which according to the season is a great opportunity to hunt more, than thirty different species of birds. When it comes to hunting activities of other animals and birds, there are specially located hunting farms allowing hunting across different parts of Georgia.

Wine tours

Grapevine has been cultivated in the fertile valleys of Georgia for about 8000 years. With over 500 varieties of endemic grapes and the world’s first cultivated grapevines, the traditions of viticulture are entwined with the country’s national identity. In this tour you travel to the wine-growing region of Kakheti in East Georgia and the province of Imereti where you can taste different wines.