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Tour of Imereti(Kutaisi) and Batumi from Tbilisi

 Private Tour Introduction:

 On this five days private tour we will explore west Georgia and on the way will stop by historical and cultural places to get to know more about country’s history and culture, from its capital city to the second biggest city of Kutaisi to seaside town of Batumi and small mining town of Upper Imereti – Chiatura. 


Tour name: Tour of Imereti and Batumi.

Route: Tbilisi – Kutaisi – Tskaltubo – Okatse Canyon – Batumi – Chiatura – Tbilisi.

Tour type: Cultural, Nature, Adventure.

Transportation mode: Comfortable minivan.

Tour duration: Five Days.

Maximum number of people: Not limited.

Meeting point:  Pick up from your hotel.

Departure Time: 9 am.

 Tour Highlight:

Day 1.

We will start tour to West Georgia, by picking you up from your hotel and drive to Kutaisi,  we will see Gelati Cathedral, Motsameta Monastery and Bagrati Cathedral on this evening and stay overnight in Kutaisi.

Day 2.

This day we will start by visiting Prometheus Cave; Okatse Canyon and drive to Batumi (3h. drive), arrive there at about 7pm, walk around night City. Overnight in Batumi.

Day 3.

We will have City tour, walk around the old town and boulevard, see statue of Love, ferry wheel, lakes, Botanical Garden, overnight in Batumi.

Day 4.

We will drive to Gonio Fortress in the morning and visit Makhuntseti Waterfall later in the afternoon. Overnight in Batumi.

Day 5.

In the morning we will take off to Tbilisi, drive through mining town of Chiatura in Upper Imereti, will see Katskhi Pillar, and have ride on rusty, half of century old cable cars, will arrive in Tbilisi late in the evening.

  Price Chart:

Tour Inclusions:  Transportation, guide-driver’s service, assistance for booking accommodations.

Tour Exclusions:  Accommodations, meal, attraction and museum entrance fee.

P.S.  We will organize custom tours depending on your interest and amount of days you are planning to stay in Georgia, will provide airport transfers and accommodation bookings, we are open for negotiations.

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