For thousands of years, the Georgians fought their enemies with their swords and gave cordiality and warmth to their friends. Immerse yourself in this unique culture.

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About Georgia

Georgia is one of the most diverse countries in the world: it lies only a few hours between the high mountains of the Great Caucasus in the north and the subtropical, palm-fringed shores of the Black Sea in the west.

Georgia is also culturally extremely diverse. Twenty-six different ethnic groups live in the small Caucasus republic, where apart from Georgian also Megrelian, Swan, Lasish, Abkhazian and various other languages ​​are spoken. They all belong to the Caucasian language family and are therefore neither related to Russian nor to Turkish or Persian. Lead more about the Georgian language in our blog article «Why Georgian and Russian are not related».

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Georgia

Capital: Tbilisi

Georgian culture and prehistoric traditions generally a high priority and are maintained with great passion to this day, even by the young people.

Among the most important cultural achievements are the Georgian dances and the polyphonic songs unique in the world. This music has developed independently of Europe and Russia, has its own music system and its own pitches. Unlike in Europe, the halftone is not the smallest interval, but the eighth note. This gives Georgian music an incredible depth and a vast range of expressive possibilities.

A special significance has the dining and drinking culture. For Georgians, every guest is a gift from God. And so, they consider it a great honor to receive guests and to celebrate with them.

Interested in more? Read our blog article about «10 surprising facts about Georgia».

Population

3,718,200

Area

69,700  Km2
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Languages

Georgian Mingrelian Svan images

Currency

Georgian Lari images
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Tours and trips in Georgia

All the Georgia tours we offer you are authentic. You not only look at Georgia, but immerse yourself in people's lives, feel their culture and experience their traditions. Travel Georgia now.

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Georgia travel infos

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FAQ about Georgia

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Georgia in photos

Mzkheta
8'000 years old Kvevri winemaking tradition
Tusheti
One of the most dangerous roads in the world
Shatili
Mountain village in Khevsureti
Mount Kazbek
Elevation: 5'047m
Chiatura
Train near Chiatura in Imereti
Chiatura
Cable car built in the 50ies
Davit Gareja
Monastery near Azeri border
Upliszikhe
Ancient rock-hewn town in Kartli region
Telavi
Winery in Kakheti region
Tbilisi
Sulfur baths in Abanotubani
Tbilisi
Bridge of Peace
Tbilisi
Old town district
Tbilisi
Chronicles of Georgia monument
Sighnaghi
Picturesque village in Kakheti
Gurjaani
Shashlik
Kakheti
Beatutiful sunset in Kakheti
Tbilisi
A man selling his products at the market
Tsqaltubo
Sataplia Cave
Batumi
View over the Black Sea
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Stephan Frey (Switzerland)

Skiing in Gudauri and Mestia was great. The snow is great, and the vast landscape is unique. We will be back.

Sharmistha Sen (India)

The eclectic architecture and breathtaking natural beauty of the Caucasian region would have remained unknown to me if not for this awesome MyCaucasus travel portal.

Simon Stahl (USA)

We had a great group. I still have contact with all six. We have already agreed that we will come back next year. Then it will be a wine tour through Kakheti.

Sylvana Flores (USA)

I will never forget our trip through the mountains of Tusheti. The landscape was unique, though the absolute highlights were the warm encounters with the locals.

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Blog about Georgia

In our blog about Georgia you find interesting news and stories as well as impressive travel reports from other guests.

Highlights of Georgia

MyCaucasus was created because we fell in love with the region and visited it over and over for many years. When we think back to the best moments on our trips in Georgia, Armenia or Azerbaijan, we do not think of luxury hotels, beaches or tourist hotspots. It is the encounters with the people and the hidden treasures of the Caucasus that have captured our hearts forever. We want to share this feeling with you.

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