Many consider Georgia to be the most beautiful country on earth. The dramatic landscape of the snow-capped Caucasus Mountain, rugged Black Sea Coasts and hidden valleys are greatly enhanced by isolated castles, churches and watchtowers.
Many of them are listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites. The capital Tbilisi exudes a unique Eurasian ambience and it is both hip and chic with exciting 21st century.
Entertainment and architecture too retains its historical charm. And for history, where else can it be more significant than having Gori, the hometown of the most famous personality of them all – Joseph Stalin.
Apr - Sep
Late Jun-Aug can be hot and humid but ideal for hikes.
Travel through Armenia, an ancient and proud millennia-old civilization in a remote mountain landscape, the first state to adopt Christianity as an official religion; Georgia, with its fabulous cuisine and culture, diverse landscapes and a wealth of ancient churches, cathedrals, monasteries and cave cities, this is a part of the world truly like no other.
The Caucasus region is a mountain range lying between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, considered part of the natural boundary between Europe and Asia. This tour takes you for an in-depth look at two of these countries Armenia and Georgia.
Explore the nations that make up the South Caucasus, rich in ancient cultures and diverse landscapes. Follow renowned photographer Bobby Lee to discover the bizarre landscape, remote monastic life and cave murals of a haunted monastery, delight in the great food and wine at a local wine house in a lovely countryside setting, and in an optional extension, visit a local carpet factory and watch the local women making the Azerbaijan carpets.