Amazing Boat Tour - Merging place of two rivers Aragvi and Mtkvari
Tbilisi the capital of Georgia
Despite evidence of settlement in the area stretching back to the 4th century BC, Georgians prefer the legend that King Vakhtang Gorgasali of Kartli founded Tbilisi in the 5th century. The story runs that when the king was hunting, a pheasant fell into a hot sulphur spring, Another version has it that a wounded deer fell into the hot sulphur spring and was miraculously healed.
Mtskheta was the ancient capital of Kartli, the East Georgian Kingdom from the 3rd century BC to the 5th century AD. and was also the location where Christianity was proclaimed as the official religion of Georgia in 337.
Jvari - Monastery is a sixth century Georgian Orthodox monastery near Mtskheta, eastern Georgia. eastern Georgia. Along with other historic structures of Mtskheta, it is listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. Jvari Monastery stands on the rocky mountain top at the confluence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers, overlooking the town of Mtskheta
We will start the tour in the morning and we will see the most interesting sightseeing spots.
Visits in Tbilisi:
- Metechi church
- Abanotubani district
- Tbilisi Waterfall, Sulphur Baths (5th century)
- Shardeni and Erekle seconds streets
- Sioni Cathedral, (5th century)
- Peace Bridge (glass bridge)
Visits in Mtskheta:
-half an hour boat tour (extra cost)
About lunch, we will agree during the tour if and where we would like to stop.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Hotel, Monument/Building
Duration: 6 hours
I use a Toyota Sienna 2009, a very comfortable minivan, full A/C, with room for 5 people with plenty of space.
I can accommodate up to 6 people, as long as you don't mind having a little less extra space in the vehicle. Please contact me for details.
The car is using petrol for safety, not gas.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
40 Gel - per person
40 USD half an hour boat tour cost
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
There is a Dress code in Georgian Orthodox churches and Monasteries. Ladies need dress and scarfs to cover the body, and men should wear long trousers
you should not enter there during prayer or service. I can provide dress and scarfs for the ladies
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Levan is a very kind person, was there on time and explained briefly about all the sightseeing points we headed to.