• General Information

    A land of endless wonders, unspoilt by modern tourism and still retaining its authentic character – Georgia.

  • Map of Georgia
  • Why You Should Visit Georgia

    Have you already chosen the destination for your next vacation?

  • Tbilisi

    Have you been to a city where you can find Georgian Orthodox, Armenian Gregorian and Roman Catholic churches

  • Mtskheta

    Situated at the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers, Mtskheta has been a site of human settlement since at least the second millennium BC.

  • Kartli

    Kartli is the central, the biggest and the most important region of Georgia.

  • Kakheti

    In this country of wine-lovers, everyone agrees that the very best wines come from the fertile easternmost part of Georgia, called by Dumas “the garden province of Kakheti.”

  • Georgian Military Highway

    North from Tbilisi and up though the Caucasus to the Russian border runs the famed Georgian Military Highway, celebrated by poets and feared by military leaders over many long centuries.

  • Tusheti & Khevsureti

    Tusheti & Khevsureti are located north-east of the main ridge of the Great Caucasus and border with Dagestan and Chechnya.

  • Imereti & Racha

    Imereti Region is located in West Georgia. The region has been inhabited for at least three millennia.

  • Svaneti

    A visit to Svaneti is one of Europe’s last great adventures. The highest peaks of the Greater Caucasus tower at over 4000m

  • Meskhet-Djavakheti

    In the south of Georgia you will find the provinces of Meskheti and Javakheti – a land of forested mountains and steep river valleys, gushing rivers and clear lakes.

  • Guria & Samegrelo

    Guria & Samegrelo , located in western part of the country are the coastal regions of Black Sea.

  • Adjara

    Adjara is Georgia’s most popular holiday coast, the destination of choice not only for Georgians, but for people from the post soviet countries also.

  • Abkhazia

    This region of Georgia is not temporarily controlled by Georgian government.

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