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  • Tbilisi: Prometheus Cave and Martvili Canyons

    1. Tbilisi: Prometheus Cave and Martvili Canyons

    The first stop of the day will be in Surami, where you will have the opportunity to taste a famous freshly-baked Nazuqi (sweet bread baked in an oven), which is a morning must-have for local Georgians. Continue on the tour to the Martvili district, one of the most gorgeous places in Georgia, combining different unique natural environments. You will be shocked with brilliant scenery, sensational waterfalls, and a boat trip in the river which possesses a deep-green color. You can board a boat with a boatman and he will take you on an unforgettable journey between the high rocks in the canyon. You will also have the chance to have lunch (by request) and try out traditional Georgian dishes. Get your camera ready for Kumistavi (Prometheus Cave), which is the biggest cave in Georgia. There are spectacular views of stalactites, stalagmites, petrified waterfalls, underground rivers, and lakes ...

    This is the 2nd time I have booked a tour with Gamarjoba and again I had a wonderful time. Both our professional guide Zura and our driver Gia definitely made the experience unforgettable. The trip was not just about the historical and beautiful places we’ve visited but the warmth and hospitality they have shown. I most definitely enjoyed our lunch; dining with strangers is an enjoyable way to connect with people. I definitely felt like I was on a tour with friends during the trip. It was once again another trip to remember!

  • Chiatura: Georgian Chernobyl Day Tour

    2. Chiatura: Georgian Chernobyl Day Tour

    At 8:00AM, your driver and guide will meet you at your hotel/place of residence in Tbilisi. From here you will drive to the Katskhi pillar. Stunning and mysterious, this 40-meter high natural limestone monolith towers over the gorge of the Karshuna River. On top of the pillar, there is a monastery and reconstructed 8th-century church most likely built by the Stylite. There is only one inhabitant, monk Maxime who has been living in the monastery for over 25 years in solitude and silence. You will then continue onward to Chiatura, an industrial town founded in the late 1800s. In Soviet Georgia, the town was a center of manganese mining. Present Chiatura attracts visitors who are interested in Soviet time left-overs and remnants. To grasp a true feeling of the past, you can ride a communism-era cable car still used by the locals as a means of transport. This transport system has a dozen op...

    We had a super guide called Aleksi he was charming, informative and nothing was to much bother which my husband used extensively as he kept getting him to stop for photos!

  • Kutaisi Prometheus and Sataplia Full Day Tour

    3. Kutaisi Prometheus and Sataplia Full Day Tour

    You will be picked up from your hotel at 07:30 AM and will arrive in Kutaisi at 09:00 AM. First, you will stop at the Gelati Monastery, built by the most powerful Georgian King David the Builder. Marvel at this architectural masterpiece from the Middle Ages. Visit the grave of the king and learn about his last will left for generations. Hear legends and stories about heroes defending their homeland, before venturing to your next stop. After, travel to Motsameta Monastery, which offers awe-inspiring views of the river and the surrounding countryside. It is named after the brothers Davit and Konstantin Mkheidze, tortured by Arabs for defending Christianity.  Next, visit the Bagrati Cathedral which will show you its own story and an impressive panoramic view of the city. Discover the unforgettable beauty of Prometheus Cave and feel like a hero of a mysterious adventure when riding a boat ...

    A must do experience ... The places are really amazing and I was well taken care of by the tour Guide team ... They made me leave the experience in such an authentic and typical Georgian way. The experience trespassed all my expectations thanks to the tour guides in the beautiful Georgia ... :)

  • Tbilisi: Transfer to Canyons and Prometheus Cave

    4. Tbilisi: Transfer to Canyons and Prometheus Cave

    Begin your journey early in the morning at 8:00 AM, as your driver picks you up from your hotel in Tbilisi to transfer you to Kutaisi. The road to Kutaisi (the second biggest city in Georgia) will take you over the Rikoti Pass, and through the longest tunnel in Georgia (1,722 meters). On the way to Kutaisi, stop in Surami and taste famous freshly baked Nazuqi (sweet bread baked in an oven). Then, arrive in Kutaisi City, where you will have the option for lunch (by request), before continuing your way to Okatse Canyon. Okatse Canyon is one of the most popular canyons in Georgia and is divided into two upper and lower sections. Extreme sports lovers can ride a boat along the canyon from the upper section, which leads to a waterfall falling from a height of about 12 meters. The walls of the canyon are covered with moss, and you can also view lianas which grow along the length of the entire...

    We were the luckiest to have Irakli during this tour, he made it exceptional. He was so welcoming and he made explore hidden gems in Matvili. Thank you! I recommend this tour, if you love nature and some adventure

  • Kutaisi Ancient City and Prometheus Cave Tour

    5. Kutaisi Ancient City and Prometheus Cave Tour

    The Kutaisi day tour begins with a walk through old streets of the downtown area, which you will see amazing historical monuments. After an hour of sightseeing, climb aboard a comfortable tour bus and head to villages in the surrounding area of Kutaisi. First, you will stop at the Gelati Monastery, built by the most powerful Georgian King David the Builder. Marvel at this architectural masterpiece from the Middle Ages and the astonishing mosaic fresco. Visit the grave of the King and learn about his last will left for generations. Hear legends and stories about heroes defending their homeland, before venturing to your next stop.  Arrive at Motsameta Monastery, which offers awe-inspiring views of the river and the surrounding countryside. It is named after the brothers Davit and Konstantin Mkheidze, tortured by Arabs for defending Christianity. Bagrati Cathedral will show you its own sto...

    Great experience if you are new to Georgia. Georgi is very nice and knowledgeable. We have seen many things around Kutaisi in one day, but the pace was just right. So we had a very relaxing, insightful and fun day with Georgi.

  • From Kutaisi to Tbilisi: Prometheus Cave and Martvili Canyon

    6. From Kutaisi to Tbilisi: Prometheus Cave and Martvili Canyon

    After pickup from your hotel at 1:00 PM, your first stop will be the Prometheus Cave. Kumistavi, or Prometheus Cave, is the biggest cave in Georgia. Admire the many stalactites, stalagmites, petrified waterfalls, underground rivers, and lakes within the cave. Throughout the cave there are also colorful lights illuminating the caverns. You have two options to explore the impressive cave, either a walk along the 1,600-meter long path, or a boat ride along the underground river. Following the cave you will proceed to the Martvili Canyon. Located in the Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region, the canyon is one of the most gorgeous places in Georgia. Admire the brilliant scenery, turquoise river and sensational waterfalls.  You can choose to hop on a boat tour that will take you on an unforgettable journey between the high rocks of the canyons. Following your tour, you will be dropped back to your ...

  • Kutaisi: Vardzia Cave City and Rabati Castle Private Tour

    7. Kutaisi: Vardzia Cave City and Rabati Castle Private Tour

    Start the tour heading to the South of Georgia to discover the town-monastery of Vardzia, an incredibly unique sample of rock-cut architecture built as a residential quarters complex. Vardzia was mainly constructed in the second half of the 12th century and is made up of a complicated design arranged over 13 floors. Next, head to Vanis Qvabebi, another cave monastery complex that dates back to the 8th century and consists of a defensive wall built in 1204 and a maze of tunnels running on several levels into the side of the mountain. There are also two churches in the complex, one is built from newer stone and still stands in good shape, the other is a small, domed church that clings to the rock on the level of the highest tunnels. In the afternoon, visit the magnificent Rabati castle, built in the 9th century with a rich representation of Asian and European culture. This medieval castl...

  • Kutaisi: Guided Day Trip to Batumi

    8. Kutaisi: Guided Day Trip to Batumi

    Batumi is the Pearl of the Black Sea. Set off on a day trip from Kutaisi and you'll have chance to try the delicious, regional Adjarian Khachapuri and take a Batumi city tour. In Batumi, you'll find the perfect walking area — a beautiful boulevard lined with both new, fashionable and old, 19th-century buildings, and dotted with elegant squares, green parks, and nice relaxation areas with lakes and fountains. Take advantage of a wide range of services, from restaurants and hotels, to numerous bars and nightclubs, a diving club, and yacht club. Enjoy walking along the boulevard and discover all the most notable sights of Batumi, such as the Ali and Nino Monument, which is a metal structure of a man and woman passing through each other, symbolizing a tragic love story. You'll also find a ferris wheel and the 145-meter high Alphabet Tower, the monument to the old and unique Georgian script...

  • Prometheus Cave, Bagrati and Gelati Monastery From Tbilisi

    9. Prometheus Cave, Bagrati and Gelati Monastery From Tbilisi

    Meet your guide at your Tbilisi hotel at 10:00AM for your 9-hour tour. Traveling by climate-controlled minivan, drive 2.5 hours to Kutaisi, Georgia’s second largest city. Visit the Gelati Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and its medieval monastic complex. Learn about the history of this place from your guide and admire the monastery’s mosaics. Drive on to the 11th-Century Bagrati Cathedral and explore the area. Admire the cathedral’s distinctive architecture and stroll through the ruins in the complex. Afterward, continue to Prometheus Cave, a natural wonder with stalactites and stalagmites. Take an underground walking tour and gaze at the rock formations. At the conclusion of the underground walk, take a boat ride on an underground lake.

  • Kutaisi: Private Transfer to Tbilisi

    10. Kutaisi: Private Transfer to Tbilisi

    Enjoy a safe and direct transfer from Kutaisi to Tbilisi with pickup and drop-off from your chosen hotel included. Relax with an organized, exclusive private transfer, receiving personalized attention from your driver. Choose this transfer for a comfortable and hassle-free service which allows you to enjoy your trip from the moment you take a seat in the car, through to you disembarking the vehicle. Relax as a professional driver takes you to your hotel in a clean and comfortable car. All you need to do is send your desired address locations, sit back, and relax.

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 27 reviews

This is the 2nd time I have booked a tour with Gamarjoba and again I had a wonderful time. Both our professional guide Zura and our driver Gia definitely made the experience unforgettable. The trip was not just about the historical and beautiful places we’ve visited but the warmth and hospitality they have shown. I most definitely enjoyed our lunch; dining with strangers is an enjoyable way to connect with people. I definitely felt like I was on a tour with friends during the trip. It was once again another trip to remember!

We were the luckiest to have Irakli during this tour, he made it exceptional. He was so welcoming and he made explore hidden gems in Matvili. Thank you! I recommend this tour, if you love nature and some adventure

The Prometheus Cave is an extraordinary natural wonder. Perfectly prepared for tourists. A must-see during your stay in Georgia.

What an awesome place! I loved how it was still stuck in time. Giorgi was an awesome guide and it was a really fun experience!

We enjoyed our day, off the beaten path. Great information and interesting Soviet-era sites and monasteries