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  • From Tbilisi: Gveleti and Juta Full-Day Hiking Tour

    1. From Tbilisi: Gveleti and Juta Full-Day Hiking Tour

    Depart from Tbilisi on a full-day tour where you will hike through the Caucasus Mountain Range and into the picturesque Jutra Village, stopping at the Dariali Gorge and Gveleti Waterfall along the way. Start your journey at The Rooms Hotel in Kazbegi. During this lunch stop, get an opportunity to eat, have coffee, and relax for an hour. The Rooms Kazbegi’s stylish restaurant is decorated with wooden furnishings and serves international cuisine.  Have a drink in the lobby bar, while meals can be enjoyed on the terrace with a spectacular view over Mount Kazbegi and the Gergeti Trinity Church as well as the surrounding forests and woodlands. Continue along the Georgian Military Highway and see the road’s unique sights before a visit to Dariali Gorge. Discover the two hidden waterfalls here and admire the rivers below them. Next, head over to the Gveleti village, located in Kazbegi, and ...

    This tour is really great and exciting. I admitted for me its difficult, but then its all worth it The view is worth climbing for.. Thank you so so much to Soso/Sasha our tour guide. He is so cool and helpful. He brought speaker with us during the hike so we can enjoy. We even dance in the rain, laugh and play while eating at the top of the hill. Good Job Soso! We really had so much fun. Kudos to all the Team Gamarjoba.

  • Sabaduri Forest: Half-day Tour from Tbilisi with Pickup

    2. Sabaduri Forest: Half-day Tour from Tbilisi with Pickup

    You will be driven to the Tbilisi reservoir, where you will stop to visit the colossal Chronicle of Georgia, one of the hidden pearls of the country's capital city. Created by the Georgian sculptor Zurab Tsereteli, the top part of the 30-meter tall column features characters from the country's history whilst the lower section depicts stories from the life of Christ. As you leave the Tbilisi area you will be able to enjoy beautiful winding roads and take pictures along the way before reaching Sabaduri Forest. Beautiful all year round, this luscious forest located inside Tbilisi National Park offers spectacular untouched landscapes that are perfect to be photographed. In summer, the forest is lush green, whilst in winter the forest is normally covered in deep snow. You will have a few hours walking around different parts of the forest, taking pictures and admiring the natural scenery. At...

  • Georgia: Caucasus Mountains Hike and Alpine Meadow Camping

    3. Georgia: Caucasus Mountains Hike and Alpine Meadow Camping

    Start your trip with an early morning drive to the North East of Georgia and explore the Anunuri Castle Complex, where medieval architecture unites two churches, several towers, and defense walls. Marvel at the beautiful frescoes and facades at this fairy tale site and gaze at the views over the Jinvali Resevoir. Travel on to Kazbegi to discover the famous Gergeti Trinity church built in the 14th Century and located 2200 meters above sea level, right below the summit of Mount Kazbegi. After Kazbegi, drive to Jura to start the hike and follow the river basin across the mountainous region to your campsite in the Chaukhi Massif. Spend the night gazing at the stars and refueling your energy for the next day.  Begin day 2 at dawn with a delicious breakfast, before hiking 3.3km over the Chaukhi pass. Descend the slopes of the Chaukhi Massif and reach the Abudelaurebi White Lake at 2800 meter...

  • Juta: One Day Trip Hiking Towards Chaukhi Mountains

    4. Juta: One Day Trip Hiking Towards Chaukhi Mountains

    Head to the north-eastern part of Georgia, near the Caucasus mountain range and take the opportunity to drive towards Khevi Region, the small highlander village of Juta. Begin your tour by driving from Tbilisi through the famous Georgian Military Road and the Jvari Pass, afterwards continuing towards the village of Juta - a starting point of hiking, from where path leads towards gorgeous Chaukhi mountains. While there, visit the 16th century Ananuri Church and Fortress, the Georgian-Russian friendship monument, and breathtaking views over beautiful Caucasus snowy mountains. On this trip, escape from Tbilisi and experience something different, full of wild nature and remote places with spectacular landscapes and unforgettable impressions.

    Excellent trip and well worth the long car ride from Tblisi. Guide was very helpful and adapted the trip to suit the guests. There were 4 of us - my wife and I plus our two sons. Small hut at the top and enjoyed a cold beer before heading back down. Great dinner on the way back to Tblisi. Best day/trip we had on our first trip to Georgia and we will be back for more and will spend more time in the mountains next time.

  • Kazbegi: Caucasus Mountains Full-Day Tour

    5. Kazbegi: Caucasus Mountains Full-Day Tour

    The journey takes place in Khevi, a unique region in the Caucasus Mountains, located in the Northeastern part of Georgia. Visit Stepantsminda by crossing the famous Georgian Military Road, Gudauri ski resort, and Jvari Pass. Then, take delight in the panoramic views of the Caucasus Mountains. Visit Ananuri Church and Fortress, which dates back to 16th Century, and stop at the Russia–Georgia Friendship Monument to enjoy breathtaking views. Visit Gergeti Trinity Monastery, built in the 14th Century, located at a height of 2200 meters above sea level. There are two ways to get to the church - approximately three hours of hiking or driving. See and admire one of the highest peaks of Georgia – Kazbegi (5047m). Afterwards you can, of course, taste and enjoy delicious dishes of rich Georgian cuisine.

  • The Best of Kazbegi Walking Tour

    6. The Best of Kazbegi Walking Tour

    Explore Kazbegi on this walking tour alongside a local professional guide. Learn fascinating facts and secrets about the city as you visit the best attractions and insider sightseeing spots. Follow your guide to explore the streets, buildings, and corners of the city and discover the stories hidden within them. Visit both popular and secluded spots, including the secluded Gergheti Trinity Church surrounded by lush greenery. Step into the natural side of Kazebegi as you walk along an unforgettable hiking road and see Kazbegi Mountain. Get a chance to discover some of the richest examples of Georgia’s nature here.

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What people are saying about Mtskheta-Mtianeti

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It was an amazing walk with incredible Sofia! There were three of us in a group + a guide, and I had the feeling that I was walking with friends. The Gveleti waterfall is very beautiful and majestic, and the views from the 5th Season Hotel are simply incredible! To dine, lie on poufs or hammocks overlooking the green mountains is priceless. There we saw cows and horses, and then a group of ducks came right to our table. You should definitely go on this tour in order to fall in love with the mountains not only with your eyes, but also with your feet.

Excellent trip and well worth the long car ride from Tblisi. Guide was very helpful and adapted the trip to suit the guests. There were 4 of us - my wife and I plus our two sons. Small hut at the top and enjoyed a cold beer before heading back down. Great dinner on the way back to Tblisi. Best day/trip we had on our first trip to Georgia and we will be back for more and will spend more time in the mountains next time.

It was the best trip during our vacations in Georgia. We had a nice, small group and a great guide. We have enjoyed beautiful views and trekking. We had enough time to enjoy nature. Our guide did not put any pressure on us. We had a really great time.

It was a very nice trip. Katie is a very nice guide. If you want to hike a little and listen about the history of Georgia we definitely recommend this trip.

The trip was amazing! Our guide Nika he’s so friendly, speak proper English and gave us all the info we need to know!