“When the God divided the Earth among the people, Georgians were late because of their traditional feast, and by the moment of their arrival the entire world had already been divided. When the God asked them to what they had drunk Georgians just answered:”To you, oh Lord, to us, to peace”. The God liked their answer. So told them that although all lands were taken, he reserved a small plot for himself and now he decided to give it to Georgians. According to the God the land was incomparable in its beauty and all people would admire and cherish it forever “.
Tbilisi - Kakheti - Tbilisi
05:30 - Arrival at Tbilisi international airport
Check in at the hotel
09:00-10:00 - Breakfast
Go To Kakheti Region ( Motherland of Wine Culture )
Tsinandali ( Aleksandre Chavchavadze Museum )
Excursion and wine degustation
Aleksandre Chavchavadze devoted his life to promoting and developing Georgian culture. He is considered to be the founder of Georgian romantic Poetry. In addition, he translated European and Russian authors such as Aesop, Voltaire and Pushkin.
Chavchavadze was also the first Georgian noble to produce and bottle Georgian wine according to European methods. His vineyard is still cultivated to this day. Visitors can see a bottle of Saperavi wine from 1839, the first harvest at Tsinandali. There are also 16,500 bottles of other sorts of wines.
Tsinandali Palace is the perfect mixture of Georgian and European architectural cultures and in so doing symbolizes the values Aleksandre Chavchavadze wanted to establish in Georgia.
14:00 - 15: 30 - Lunch time in Lopota
LOPOTA LAKE RESORT & SPA is a resort hotel located in Kakheti region of Eastern Georgia, 115 kilometers from the capital Tbilisi. A small paradise situated in the beautiful Lopota Valley, surrounded by ridges of the Caucasian mountain range, the resort has a recreation area stretched over one million square meters.
Here, each season is distinctively unique, ideal for relaxation, family reunions, weddings, business meetings, retreats, corporate, entertainment and sports events.
Back to Tbilisi
17:00 - 19 : 00 - Jino Paradise
Gino Paradise is a multi-functional complex which combines grand water-park and a unique, relaxing Wellness and Spa center, fitness room and food courts.
Gino Paradise is four seasons resort!
Gino Paradise Water Park is one of the biggest attraction in Eastern Europe, and mainly in the Caucasus region – it offers 31-meter high water slider, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and recreational rooms.
Gino Paradise also includes the private coastal zone, and offers visitors comfortable coastline equipped with umbrellas, deck chairs, a variety of attractions, dress rooms and showers.
Gino Spa center offers relaxation, aroma and health procedures, as well as variety of saunas and hydrotherapy unique for rooms or equipment.
The fitness center offers the latest cardio and strength equipment, aerobics room and a variety of slanders, which are designed for different types of training for the complex.
20:00- Dinner in the Georgian traditional restaurant with Georgian folk music and dances
The Georgian "supra" has through centuries been one of the most significant social and cultural institutions in Georgia. We are talking about the traditional Georgian feast that units all the main cornerstones in Georgian culture and tradition, such as wine, the Georgian Orthodox Church, cuisine, folk songs, poetry, folk dance, hospitality, etc. The traditional Georgian feast is often considered as an "educational institution": Here important questions and issues in life are discussed, ideas are exchanged and friendships are established or consolidated, all in a warm and including atmosphere.
Free Time in Tbilisi ( Night Life )
Casino and Night clubs
Overnight in Tbilisi
Tbilisi - Gori - Uplistsikhe _ Tbilisi
09:00 - 10:00 Breakfast
11:00 - 12: 00 -Stalin museum in Gori
The Joseph Stalin Museum is a museum in Gori, Georgia dedicated to the life of Joseph Stalin (1879-1953), the leader of the Soviet Union, who was born in Gori. The museum has three sections, all located in the town's central square. One pavilion is a small wooden hut, in which Stalin was born in 1878 and spent his first four years. To one side of the museum is Stalin's personal railway carriage. The green Pullman carriage, which is armour plated and weighs 83 tons, was used by Stalin from 1941 onwards, including his attendances at the Yalta Conference and the Tehran Conference. The exhibits are divided into six halls in roughly chronological order, and contain many items actually or allegedly owned by Stalin, including some of his office furniture, his personal effects and gifts made to him over the years. There is also much illustration by way of documentation, photographs, paintings (U.Japaridze,L.Gudiashvili,E. Akhvlediani) and newspaper articles. The display concludes with one of twelve copies of the death mask of Stalin taken shortly after his death.
12:30 - 14:00 - Uflistsikhe
Uflistsikhe(Distance Duration-an hour)
Uplistsikhe - The cave city ,one of the oldest settlements in Caucasus. First time
in sources is mentioned in the X century BC .It’s surroundings protected group of archeological and architectural monuments, which belongs to the circle of Bronze Age and the Kura-Aras culture.
14:30 - 16:00- Lunch in Chateau Mukhrani
Many discoveries have left historians in no doubt that Georgia is the birthplace of wine. Ancient wine vessels made of clay, bronze and silver; gold cups for drinking wine; wine barrels dated to the 2nd or even 3rd millennium BC; and vine seeds found in the ancient tombs of the Bronze age all leave a continuous story of the history of Georgian wine. Today, over 500 varieties of grape grow in this small country and Georgian wines are well known for their unique properties and characteristics. Our warm climate and moist air from the Black Sea provides perfect conditions to produce superb wine. Our diverse landscape and numerous climate zones enable us to produce far more varieties of grapes than virtually any other country in the world.
( wine degustation)
In 1873, designed by French architects, Ivane Mukhranbatoni began construction of the castle that took 12 years to complete. The surrounding gardens were designed by a Versailles gardener. Both castle and grounds captured visitors’ attentions. The huge venue was a cultural centre for the Georgian elite. Ivane Mukhranbatoni hosted many guests including famous Georgian public figures counting writers and poets such as Ilia Chavchavadze and Akaki Tsereteli, along with the Russian Imperator of the time.
Back to Tbilisi and Free time for shopping
20:00 Dinner at Hotel
Transfer to The Airport
Flight at 05:30
Tour includes :
Transfer from/to international airport
Transport during 2 days
Restaurant and lunch during 2 days
Lunch and master classes
Insurance in Georgian territory
Insurance includes :
Medical Assistance ……………………………………………………Fully paid
Emergency Medical Transportation …………………………..Fully paid
Emergency medical evacuation ………………………………...Fully paid
Emergency medical services………………………………………500 Gel
Emergency ophthalmology services
Emergency dental services ……………………………………… .500 Gel