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One day tour to Vardzia from Tbilisi

 Private tour Introduction:  

This one day private tour to Vardzia is an amazing opportunity for an unforgettable experience of your time in Georgia. On the way to this magnificent cave town, that was built in rocks, you will enjoy the nature and discover completely restored Rabati fortress in the town of Akhaltsikhe. Don’t miss the chance to visit one of the most prominent historical sights of the South Caucasus.

 Early in the morning, after breakfast we take off to Borjomi, famous town because of its mineral waters, we will see Green Monastery and continue to Akhaltsikhe to see Rabati fortress – symbol of tolerance, where you will find Christian church, mosque, minaret.

 We continue our way to Vardzia cave town (12th century).

 Full of excitement, lots of wonderful impressions, we will drive back to Tbilisi.  

General:

Tour name: Tour of Borjomi, Rabati & Vardzia.

Route: Tbilisi – Borjomi – Rabati – Vardzia – Tbilisi.

Tour type: Cultural, Adventure.

Transportation mode: Comfortable minivan, walking.

Tour duration: 12 hours.

Maximum number of people: 6 people per group.

Meeting point:  Pick up from your hotel.

Departure Time: 8 am.

Tour Highlights: 

Borjomi is the small town in mountains of south Georgia. There are many beautiful places to visit there, but the most famous the town became because of mineral water Borjomi, with unique qualities and taste.

 Akhaltsikhe always has had strategic importance. That’s why the fortress Rabati has been built here in IX century, it’s been called the fortress inside the fortress. It was guarding Georgia for centuries, but there were periods, when enemies took over. The fortress keeps traces of both times, giving us unforgettable impression. The fortress has been renovated several years ago. Here you can see the Georgian church, mosque and Madrasa – Islamic school, citadel, and unique museum. The Rabati fortress is one of the highlights of this region.

 Vardzia is one of the highlights of the trip and stretches over half a kilometer along the river Mtkvari, with 19 tiers. There used to be about 3000 caves here, but now there are just over 500. It has a church carved out of rock with amazing 12th century frescoes. The Complex also includes living quarters, small hall-type churches, wine cellar, etc.

Price chart:

Tour Inclusions: Transportation, bottle of water.

Tour Exclusions: Meal, local guide service, museum entrance fee.

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