Georgia in Summers- COME AND PAMPER YOUR SOUL

5 Reasons you must visit Georgia in summers once in a lifetime | Top Things to do in Georgia

  1. Indulge in the wonderful mountainous virgin nature.
  2. Receive the tremendous Love and Hospitality from Georgian people
  3. Food and wine lovers should definitely come here.
  4. Less expensive and very much affordable.
  5. If you want to fall in Love again then come here… Believe me any depressed or sad person will revive his life, again and again, start to believe positively. In short a HEALING COUNTRY. So let’s check what to do in Georgia in summers. Read about top things to do in Georgia Tour in this article and plan your trip with many suggestions, itinerary and tips on Georgia. 

Georgia offers the following types of tourism: adventure tourism, cultural tourism, wine tourism, eco-tourism, Hunting tourism, cruise tourism, extreme tourism combined with cultural tourism, bird-watching tourism, mountain tourism, archaeological tourism, culinary tourism, ethnographical tourism, educational tourism. In all you can say that Georgia can be enjoyed by all types of tourists like Families, lone traveler, solo traveler, honeymooners, history lovers, nature lovers, thrill and adventure seekers, peace and nature lovers, spa and healing lovers, rich and budget people. I stayed at Art Boutique Hotel during my first visit to Georgia which has great Breakfast options and it is also a Boutique style hotel. Click here to book it

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Various Itineraries for Georgia in Summers- COME AND PAMPER YOUR SOUL | Top Things to do in Georgia

1.) Kazbegi and Gudauri (for mountain beauty lovers)

2.) Signaghi/Kakheti for wine lovers and for famous monasteries

3.) Borjomi area for forest and sulfur baths

4.)Vardzia Gori and Rabati castle for history lovers and those who love ancient architectures.

5.) Jvari, Mtshekta for cathedrals and Monasteries

6.) Ananuri, Lopota Lake/Kvrali Lake for water sports lovers because river bathing and water rafting can be done here.

7.) Batumi for beach lovers

Now as it looks confusing that from where to start I am suggesting some itineraries

1st Itinerary

1st day: Tbilisi and Mtskheta. Stay a night in Tbilisi.

2nd day: Gori, Uphlistikhe, Borjomi. Stay a night in Borjomi

3rd day: Kutaisi, Sataplia, Prometheus. Stay a night in Kutaisi.

4th day: Martvili, Okatse canyons, and waterfalls. Stay a night in Tbilisi.

5th day: Ananuri, Gudauri, Kazbegi. Stay a night in Tbilisi.

2nd Itinerary

Day 1: Land in Tbilisi. Explore Tbilisi, Overnight stay in Tbilisi.

Day 2: Day trip to Ananuri, Gadauri, Kazbegi, Dariali Gorge, Gveleti Waterfall, etc from Tbilisi. Overnight stay at Tbilisi.

Day 3: Day trip to Sighnaghi – Kvareli – Khareba (wineries tour) from Tbilisi. Overnight stay at Tbilisi.

Day 4: Explore Tbilisi or Mksheta. Fly back.

3rd Itinerary

Day 1 – arrival to Tbilisi international airport. Check in at the hotel. Tbilisi City tour

Day 2 – Tbilisi to Mtskheta tour   –   Cathedrals of Mtshekta which are UNESCO heritage sites. Jvari monastery, Svetitskhoveli Cathedral

Day 3 – To Kazbegi and this is must visit place in Georgia.

Kazbegimount – is a dormant and one of the major of the located in the Kazbegi of Georgia. It is the third highest mountain in Georgia. The name in Kazbegi – Mqinvartsveri, translates to “glacier or “Ice Mountain”. Read more about what to do in Kazbegi. 

Ananuri fortress, Alpen zone, and a skying city Gudauri.Cross Pass and unbelievable spring of mineral sparkling water coming out from the earth. Village Stepantsminda, the Trinity monastery and. a mountain Kazbeg



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Day 4   Kakheti – wine region

Georgia is the ancient cradle of winemaking. First cultural species of grapes came out here; unique geographic whereabouts and a diverse ground provide ideal conditions for winegrowing and winemaking. Kakhetian wine is possibly the most archaic phenomenon of Georgian culture, rooted deeply in the history. There is no analogy for the traditional Kakhetian wine technology in the world.

* City of love – Signagi* Wine tasting in a marani( place for storing wine in special pitcher

* Walking on Signagis fortress wall * Wine-tasting in Signagi * Bodbe Monastery

Overnight in Sighnaghi

Day 5 – Second Part of Kakheti

• Gremi

• Nekresi

• Chavchavadze home museum

• Telavi

Overnight in Tbilisi

Day 6 – Transfer to Svaneti Via Kutaisi.  Click here to read about Staying options in Svaneti.

• Visiting Kutaisi

• Bagrati Cathedral

• Prometheus or Sataplia caves

Overnight in Mestia

Day 7 – Visiting airbuses and museums

Day 8 – Trip to Ushguli ( back to Mestia )

Day 9 – Early departure to Batumi – seaside

Petra Fortress- The museum contains artifacts from the excavation of the fortress, representing ancient (8th to 6th Centuries BC) and medieval (4th and 5th Centuries AD) periods. Among the artifacts are fragments of Hellenistic mosaics, ceramics, coins and currency, weapons, and agricultural tools.

* Botanical Garden * Batumi

Overnight in Batumi

Day 10 going back to Tbilisi en route visiting Vardzia caves and village Borjomi

Vardzia is said to have been founded by Queen Tamar in 1185. The monastery was constructed as protection from the Mongols. The city included a church, a throne room, and a complex irrigation system watering terraced farmlands. The only access to the complex was through some well-hidden tunnels near the Mtkvaririver. An earthquake destroyed approximately two-thirds of the city in 1283, exposing the caves to outside view and collapsing the irrigation system.

* Borjomi village and park * Khertvisi fortress

* New Rabat in Akhalcixe * Vardzia caves

This is a 10-day tour.

4th Itinerary

1st Day – Arrive early morning at Tbilisi and go to Signaghi, Kakheti tour with Bodbe Monastery, Winery tour, and Lopota lake, fortress wall and night stay at Tbilisi.

2nd Day – Borjomi and Rabati Castle or Borjormi and Gori

3rd Day – Go to Kazbegi and have a night stay in Kazbegi en-routing from Jvari,  Ananuri and Gudauri.

4th Day – Sightseeing of Kazbegi and return to Tbilisi via Mtshekta sightseeing.

5th Day Tbilisi city tour and return back.

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Tbilisi city aerial view – Tbilisi at Night. Georgia’s ancient and vibrant capital city spreads out on both banks of the Mtkvari River and is surrounded on three sides by mountains.

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Gori caves – The historic fortress stands on a rocky hill in the center of Gori. The ruins on the northern slope and the archaeological findings indicate that there was a fortress here as far back as the I century BC. In historic manuscripts, the fortress is first mentioned in the XIII century as “Gori Prison.”

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Borjomi – Famous for healing and natural sulfur baths.  Go for Rabati Castle tour from Borjomi.  

Kakheti(Signaghi)- Cradle of Wine. Georgia gave wine to the world. Here you will find nature wineries where wine is made through natural way and surrounded by grapevines and farms with lots of beautiful lakes.

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Staying in Georgia-

Many families offer homestay or guest houses for budget staying and enjoying natural culture.

Also many star and luxury hotels near Freedom Square and Narikala Fortress in Tbilisi.

International Airport – Tbilisi

Currency – Georgian Lari/GEL

Shopping – For souvenirs and local items Near Narikala Fortress

 

For modern shopping – Eastpoint Supermarket on the way to the Airport.

Taxis and private tour operator are the mode of transportation from one place to another. They are safe and reliable. Check the rates before you hire them. Rent a car is also another option.

Road journeys are more preferable in Georgia instead of trains to enjoy the local nature and culture while traveling.

Food Recommendations – Khachapuri, Lobiyani, Lobiyo with Red wine.

Vegetarians also can relish Georgian food.

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local cuisine of Georgia named as Lobiyani(kidney bean or red bean stuffed in Breads)

Lots of different varieties of fruits are available here.

NightLife in Georgia

Sharden Street in Tbilisi for music, dance bars and cafe with live music and dance.

Batumi city also has Gr8 nightlife.

When you are leaving Georgia I bet all have moist eyes as if something is left behind or someone is waiting for you. I don’t know what it is, but there is some attraction in this which pulls you … maybe Georgia touches our soul.

There is so much to see, feel and love with Georgia that after coming back you feel something is missing – Let’s go again… Georgia will make you fall in love. The specialty of Georgia is, it’s culture, loving and friendly people, virgin and untouched nature, animals, healing properties of climate, food, budget-friendly and most simple not too complicated in any form(real freedom as if no one is watching you for your actions or formalities).



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Bye for now… Keep asking questions and I can recommend many tour guides or hotels if you want and also can customize your itinerary as per your convenience.

I am always ready to answer your questions and can also help to plan your Georgia trip. 

PAMPER YOUR SOUL BY LIVING IN GEORGIA – As we all pamper ourselves physically, by going to spa or beauty salons, mentally by going to a library or learning new things but, we should do something to nurture our soul.  Because nurturing the soul is also equally important as for body and mind.

So leave your body and mind and come to Georgia to nurture and pamper your Soul.

Georgia has many unique things to offer in winter also. A completely new experience of Georgia in winters. Read my article of Georgia in winters.

So, till then KEEP TRAVELING……………… KEEP EXPLORING……………………………………………………

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157 Comments

  1. I haven’t visited Georgia yet. Great to read about though and seeing as you said it’s great for food lovers and not expensive I will need to look into it further. We might even try booking there next year!

  2. Georgia looks so beautiful, with so many things to do, see and visit! I almost visited Tbilisi a few years ago but for some reason Turkish Airlines declined my card every time I tried to buy the ticket so I gave up. I hope to visit one day though, it looks like an untouched country by tourism.

  3. Georgia looks so beautiful. Usually I never comment on blogs but your article is so convincing that I never stop myself to say something about it. You’re doing a great job ,Keep it up.

  4. Georgia looks like such a beautiful place to visit. I’d love to see the Gori caves (we’re history buffs) .. and visit a winery in Kakheti(Signaghi). Thank-you for writing about it and sharing all of your wonderful photos!

  5. I have not seen Georgia yet. It looks so lovely. The surroundings are so lush and green and it looks like a place form centuries ago. I love it! Hope to be able to visit someday soon.

  6. Wow! This looks beautiful. Georgia has always been on our list and now we have 5 more reasons to go. I love your itinerary by the way..I am such a planner that this will help when we sit down to plan our trip.

  7. Georgia looks amazing and te list of things todo is so overwhelming but great. I never would have thought to visit it but it’s good to have all this info.

  8. The photos look great and suggestions sound awesome. It’s my bucket list now. Thanks for sharing your experience with us.

  9. The pictures and your post make Georgia sounds like a great place to visit.
    I am very hesitant though as a person of colour to visit because I have heard some horrendous stories from friends who have been.

  10. I enjoyed watching your video. Georgia has an amazing landscape. I like the souvenir items that you featured. They look unique. It was good to see that horses can roam freely. The historical monuments are beautiful and well-maintained. The bridge looks modern and fascinating. Overall, you really have shown that Georgia is a great tourist destination.

  11. Georgia looks like such an amazing country to visit, My auntie went many moons ago and she still talks about it!

  12. As a cruelty free blogger it makes me happy that the horses are free to roam freely. And who knew that there were so many different types of tourism in Georgia as well! x

  13. This looks like a lot of fun. I love that you do multiple itineraries for the same kind of trip. Very cool.
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  14. Georgia looks and sounds absolutely beautiful. I am actually considering a trip to Tblisi in October but a little unsure as to whether it will be too cold to explore the outdoors? Either way, the itineraries are awesome – rolling landscapes, wine, friendly locals and like minded people…what more could a traveller ask for? 🙂

  15. I have always been intressted of visiting this part of the world. We have even thought of driving all the way from Switzerland to China throught middle east countries such as Georgia. Thanks for your post, we might go there one day!❤️

  16. I would love to visit Georgia one day, it looks like it has something for everyone! I have actually tasted Georgian wine last year at the World Travel Market in London and it was good. THe food also looks very appetizing!

  17. Georgia is awesome, i would like to explore more about Georgia, the food, mountains and people looks so amazing, thanks for sharing this amazing trip.

  18. Georgia looks beautiful through your pictures. I haven’t been to Georgia but your post and all the itinerary options really make me want to plan this trip soon. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  19. Is Borjomi really like that? Looks like a Chocolate Roll. hahahha. But it was long read but Georgia is something which I did not have mind but for backup I did bookmarked it. Looks like a great and relaxing place.

  20. I have been reading more and more about Georgia later and it seems like it is becoming a very popular destination for people looking for a less crowded place… I think I will write down your itinerary for when I get there myself. Thanks for sharing such a complete version of it!

  21. As a lover of wine, I can definitely appreciate Georgia. It sounds so perfect. Monasteries and beaches are my kind of thing. It ticks almost all the boxes for me, especially since it seems to be more off the beaten track Europe.

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