Georgia

​Bordered by the Black Sea in the west, Armenia in the south, Azerbaijan in the east and Russia in the north, the Republic of Georgia is located on the divide between Asia and Europe.

Bordered by the Black Sea in the west, Armenia in the south, Azerbaijan in the east and Russia in the north, the Republic of Georgia is located on the divide between Asia and Europe. Famous for its breathtaking scenery, the rugged Caucasus Mountains traverse much of the country. Its capital Tbilisi is a study in old world European charm complete with terraced houses and cobblestone streets. With wonderfully diverse architecture, the country’s monuments include dramatically located Christian Orthodox churches and monasteries, old forts, art nouveau buildings and Soviet Modernist structures. With a strong agricultural heritage, Georgia is also said to be the oldest wine producing nation on Earth with a cuisine that is fresh and flavoursome. While still an emerging travel destination, Georgia is also a country on the move and its people are warm and welcoming.

When to Go

The best times to visit Georgia are either May, June and September, outside of the summer heat and the winter chill. The lowlands around Tbilisi are particularly hot and humid in midsummer - while the mountains are cooler and drier.

Featured Georgia Journeys

Group of 1813 days, from AU$9,495
Georgia & Armenia: Journey to the Caucasus - A Limited Edition Small Group Journey (2020)

This fascinating journey to the heart of the Caucasus offers a surprising taste of old world Eastern European charm.

Group13 days, from AU$9,495
Private16 days, from AU$35,375
Golden Eagle: Caspian Odyssey

A breathtaking rail journey across six countries located close to the shores of the Caspian Sea - Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan.

Private16 days, from AU$35,375
Private17 days, from AU$13,540
Ancient Crossroads: Azerbaijan, Georgia & Armenia

Journey to the heart of the Caucasus on an extensive exploration which reveals three countries whose history and culture became intricately entwined with movement along the great Silk Road.

Private17 days, from AU$13,540

Featured Accommodation

Tbilisi Marriott Hotel

Situated in an historic building with a central location in the heart of the city, the Tbilisi Marriott Hotel offers deluxe accommodation in spacious rooms and suites with en suite marble bathrooms.

Rooms Hotel Kazbegi

With the spectacular backdrop of the Caucasus Mountains, Rooms Hotel, formerly an austere Soviet-era resort, has been rejuvenated and cleverly clad in timber with interiors that feel distinctly Nordic.

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