Perfect Day Trips From Tbilisi Georgia 

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Read the best Day Trips From Tbilisi Georgia, with some of the most beautiful places in Georgia for first-timers. Plan your trip to Georgia with some of these places added to your Georgia itinerary.  


Perfect Day Trips From Tbilisi Georgia 

Tbilisi, the jewel of the Caucasus, is becoming the most upcoming and fast-growing tourist city. Maybe the charm of Georgian people and culture or 8000, years old wine-making technique, or the enchanting beauty of the Caucasus attracts many tourists every year to this charming city at the borders of two continents. Many towns, villages, natural attractions, and monasteries near Tbilisi in Georgia are worth visiting. All these road trips from Tbilisi are worth doing and cover the local culture, food tours, art tours, and nature tours. 


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Tbilisi to Mtskheta, Jvari, Gori and Uplistsikhe Day Tour

Perfect Day Trips From Tbilisi Georgia 
Gori caves

Discover one of the most historical places of Georgia, including the ancient rock complex of Uplistsikhe, the Stalin Museum, and 2 UNESCO heritage sites, Jvari Monastery and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, in the old capital of Georgia, Mtskheta. A perfect day trip from Tbilisi, Georgia, for history lovers.

Tour type – Historical & Religious 


  • Cathedral of Georgia, Svetitskhoveli – 3rd century BC
  • Jvari Monastery – 6th-century Georgian Orthodox monastery
  • Aerial view of the confluence of the rivers Aragvi and Mtkvari
  • Discover Uplistsikhe cave town – An iron age antique rock-hewn town 
  • Explore Gori and the Museum of Stalin – the birthplace of the Soviet Union leader.


Tbilisi to Kazbegi via many stopovers

Perfect Day Trips From Tbilisi Georgia 

Explore the Caucasus hilltop town Kazbegi and Gergeti Trinity Church, surrounded by magical mountain peaks and stunning valleys. With stopovers in between at the spectacular slopes of Gudauri and the historical Ananuri Fortress. Tbilisi to Kazbegi day trip tops in Georgia itinerary. 



Tour type – Nature, historical and religious 


  • First, stop at Zhinvali Water Reservoir on the Georgian Military Highway.
  • Then explore the nearby historical Ananuri Fortress – the Eristavis (Dukes) seat of Aragvi, a feudal dynasty that ruled the area around the 13th century. 
  • Take a dip in the Ananuri river nearby.
  • Proceed to admire the spectacular slopes of Gudauri – Friendship Monument of Georgian and Russian people in Gudauri, on the Georgian Military Highway overlooking Devil’s Valley. 
  • Explore Kazbegi and Gergeti Trinity Church, surrounded by magical mountain peaks – Enjoy the view of Mount Kazbegi, standing 5047 meters tall.


Tbilisi to Kakheti Wine region

Full Day Wine Tour to Kakheti from Tbilisi

Discover Sighnaghi, the enchanting city of love, with its wonderful Alazani Valley. Explore the wine-producing region of Georgia, Kakheti. Taste Georgian wine, unlike any other wine in the world. A wine tour in Georgia is a must-do on trip to Georgia. 

Tour type – Gastronomic, Nature


  • Stopover at Bodbe Monastery – burial place of Saint Nino. A Saint for Georgians who converted their religion to Christianity.
  • Try your hand at baking Georgian bread, cheese, and Chacha.
  • Wander around ‘Love City,’ Sighnaghi – discover ” The Great Wall of Georgia.”
  • Explore the most extensive wine cellar in Georgia, Winery Khareba


Tbilisi – Full-Day Tour of Vardzia, Rabati, and Borjomi

Day Tour to Rabati Castle from Tbilisi
Rabati Castle

Visit Rabati Castle, a medieval castle complex that dates back to the 13th century. You can also explore the fascinating cave city of Vardzia. Relax in the healing town of Georgia – Borjomi, with sulfur baths.

Tour type – Historical, Nature, Healing wellness


  • Explore the Vardzia cave complex – Tour the bell tower, main church, cave dwellings, rooms, chapels, pharmacy, and wine cellars.
  • Discover the ancient Rabati Castle – a 13th-century medieval castle complex.
  • Enjoy walking in Borjomi Central Park – a hydro-thermal health spa resort.
  • Taste the healing Borjomi mineral water with unique healing properties.


Tbilisi to Prometheus Cave and Martvili Canyons

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Discover the unique natural wonders of Georgia – Prometheus Cave and Martvili Canyon in the Samegrelo region of western Georgia.

Tour type – Nature


  • Explore the Prometheus Cave for spectacular views of stalactites, stalagmites, petrified waterfalls, underground rivers, and lakes. Colorful lights range from orange, red, pink, and blue in the cave. Take a boat tour through the underground river or walk along the 1600-meter route. 
  • Discover the Martvili canyons – stunning waterfalls and a boat trip in the river with a deep-green color.
  • Enjoy a boat trip


Tbilisi to David Gareja Monastery and Rainbow Mountain

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Davit-Gareja cave city, a great site with fantastic semi-desert landscapes, is located 100km southeast of Tbilisi, and it was founded in the 6th Century by David (St. David Garejeli). The complex of temples stretches across several kilometers towards the country’s southeast. Discover martian landscapes on Earth in the Georgian Desert.

Tour type – Nature & Historical


  • Rainbow colored desert
  • Historical Davit-Gareja cave city


Tbilisi to Borjomi & Bakuriani

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Borjormi National Park

Discover Bakuriani ski resort, located on the foothills of the breathtaking Caucasus Mountains. Experience traveling by the Kukushka train from Borjomi to Bakuriani and enjoy the fairytale landscapes of the snowy forests and mountains.

Tour type – Nature & Healing Wellness


  • Visit the impressive Green Monastery
  • Taste famous Borjomi mineral water for unique healing properties. 
  • Take a scenic ride in the romantic Kukushka train – a unique, mini train
  • Explore sulfur pools in the forest
  • Enjoy snow activities in Bakuriani ski resort (WINTER ACTIVITY)


TIPS – Day trips from Tbilisi Georgia – Trip to Georgia

  • Start early from your hotel as there are many small stopovers in between. 
  • Take Georgian currency exchange from Tbilisi as on day trips, some towns are tiny, and you will not find many money exchange counters, and sometimes they don’t even have card machines. 
  • Enjoy the local culture, food, and local farm products in between.
  • Better to hire a local tour guide cum driver to explore Georgia with a local feel.
  • Georgians are very friendly and welcoming; therefore, you will enjoy yourself at each place.
  • You will reach the hotel late in the evening on each day trip at about 9:00 P.M. 
  • As Georgia follows orthodox Christianity, you have to dress respectfully in monasteries. Women should cover their heads with a scarf/shawl and knees wrapped for both sexes.
  • All year-round, you can make this day trips from Tbilisi, Georgia.
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Tbilisi to Batumi – Georgia Itinerary

Tbilisi to Batumi is 5 hr 36 min (374.1 km) via Tbilisi – Senaki – Leselidze Hwy

Tbilisi to Mestia – Georgia Itinerary

Tbilisi to Mestia is 7 hr 41 min (466.3 km) via Tbilisi – Senaki – Leselidze Hwy and Zugdidi Jvari Mestia Lasdili



Tbilisi to Ushguli – Georgia Itinerary

Tbilisi to Ushguli is 7 hr 32 min (390.6 km) via Tbilisi – Senaki – Leselidze Hwy and Kutaisi – Tskaltubo – Tsageri – Lentekhi – Lasdili

I hope you loved reading about your trip to Georgia and can now plan your Georgia itinerary well with some of these day trips from Tbilisi Georgia in your upcoming holidays/vacations.

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