Kakheti is a historical province in Eastern Georgia. It is known as a wine homeland and is bordered by the small mountainous of Gombori from the south and the Greater Caucasus mountain range to the north. There is extended well famous Alazani valley In between the above mentioned Mountains. This region is reach of the ancient cultural places and most of tham are under UNESCO protection. The most visited towns of the region are Telavi and Signagi, but beside this you can visit 12th century academy complex, Gremi- medieval centuries town remains, Alavedri church complex (10th cent), nekresi complex (IV cent. ) and other places of interest. You can also visit 16th century wine storage and/or wine factories and taste delicious Georgian wine and brandy. The travel infrastructure in Kakheti is fast developing, since it is the most visited region of Georgia.
You are welcome to kakheti region!
Tbilisi - Ujarma (kings residence III century)- Gombori pass - Ikalto Academy complex - Telavi city (Kings house)- here you can have a luch or late lunch in Signagi city - Gremi - Saint Ninos Nannery - Signagi city - Tbilisi
P. S. Customers still stay flexible and can reasonably change place of visit! :))
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel in Tbilisi
End location: Hotel in Tbilisi
Duration: 9 hours
Natural disaster :)
4X4 SUV, Mitsubishi, Montero Sport, 2001, 3:0 l
4X4 minivan, Mitsubishi, Delica, 2002 3:0 l
Note: Do not forget - less electronics longer and safer drive in the mountains!
The base price includes - Organization, Transportation and guiding, giving useful advice :)
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 GEL - You need this amount of money per person for - lunch, wine tasting (several sorts of wine+home made vodka)and to by some souvenirs...
Your accommodation, meals, personal expenses and admission tickets when visiting attractions where those are required.
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Koba was a wonderful, knowledgeable tour guide!! It was a great tour, being able to see both historical sites and taste some phenomenal wine at small, local wineries. He was able to answer all our questions about wine as well as Georgian history. Highly recommend Koba and this tour!