Explore the pearls of Georgia and Tbilisi

4 Night / 5 Day Eid package starting from AED 3445 per person.

Travel period: 08-12 July 2022
(Other dates also available)

Accommodation provided at Vista Hotel or similar - 3* |Astoria Tbilisi Hotel or similar - 4*| Wyndham Grand Tbilisi Hotel or similar - 5*. All transportation is on private basis.

Talk to our team for more information and booking:

Package includes:

  • Return flight tickets to Tbilisi
  • Return airport transfers
  • Hotel accommodation with breakfast
  • Described tours and excursions
  • Guiding services as per itinerary

Package does not include:

  • Travel insurance
  • Visas (if required)
  • Entrance fees to landmarks
  • Tips and personal expenses
  • Any meals except hotel breakfast
  • PCR test for unvaccinated passengers
  • Any service not specifically included

Prices are variable and depend on flight cost - book now to avoid price increase!

Travel itinerary and program:

  • Day 1 - Arrival in Tbilisi

Arrival at the airport, meet and greet with the agency representative. Short informational meeting and transfer to hotel. Free time and overnight.

  • Day 2 - Tbilisi

Breakfast at the hotel. Afterwards, we’ll set about exploring the Tbilisi’s rich historical and cultural heritage, modern life and exciting attractions. We start by visiting the Narikala Fortress where you can enjoy the panoramic view of the city and continue the journey to the sulphur baths. We’ll then head to Chardin Street in Old Town, the Peace Bridge and Metekhi Temple, while there you can grab lunch takeaways at any of the local restaurants (at your own expense). Rest of the day you may explore the sights and sounds of Tbilisi.

  • Day 3 - Gudauri and Kazbegi

Breakfast at the hotel. Later, our guide and driver will meet you at the hotel and transfer to Gudauri (approximately a 2 hours’ drive), on the way visiting Ananuri Fortress overlooking the Zhinvali water reservoir. Upon arriving at Gaudari, you will visit the friendship monument and take in the stunning views of landscape, after which you will continue driving to Kazbegi. Free Time. Return to Tibilisi, Overnight at hotel.

  • Day 4 - Kakheti

This fun-filled tour through Eastern Georgia is sure to enchant you as you discover the cuisine, handicrafts and ancient wine traditions of the country’s historical Kakheti region. We start our journey in Sighnaghi, the City of Love as it’s known, where we can browse the streets for famous handmade carpets and enjoy Georgia’s outstanding hospitality and traditional food. We then go on to explore Georgia’s century-old winemaking traditions by visiting the local wine cellar, where guests are invited to participate in culinary lessons on how to make traditional Georgian bread and Churchkhela sweets.

  • Day 5 - Departure to UAE

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to airport and departure to UAE.

Fun facts & things to do:

The picture shows the orthodox Metekhi church on the banks of river Kura, opposite the capital Tbilisi. The church dates from the 5th century AD.

Fun fact: In Georgian language, Georgia is called Sakartvelo meaning 'where Kartveli live', referring to the people from central Georgian region of Karli-Iberia. The Georgian language is spoken only in Georgia.

Visit the stone settlement of Uplistsikhe, one of the oldest urban settlements in Georgia. This settlement dates from the Iron Age, with traces from human settlements since 2nd millenium BC.

Fun fact: The first Europeans are thought to have come from Georgia. The archaeologists found the oldest human skull, 1.8 million years old, in the Caucasus region in Georgia.

Check out the ancient Narikala fortress overlooking Tbilisi. It was established at the 4th century AD, and expanded by the King David of the Umayyads.

Fun fact: The name of the country - Georgia - comes from the middle ages and was given by the Christians who believed that St. George is a patron-saint of the country.

If historical locations are your thing, then you are in the right place. The Rabati castle, dating from 9th century, is some 3 hours away from Tbilisi, but the trip is well worth it.

Fun fact: The name of the capital - Tbilisi - means 'The worm place', due to its famous sulphur baths dating from the time when King Vakhtang Gorgasali dynasty was ruling the country.