- Davit Gareja Monastery
- Sighnaghi and Telavi
- Grape harvest and wine-production in Gavazi
- Wine degustation in Kisiskhevi
- Barbecue, campfire and folk music in the mountains of Tushetis
- Hike over the Nakaicho Pass (2,900 m)
- Bochorna, the highest, permanently inhabited village in Europe
Explore the eastern part of Georgia
After a Sighseeing day in the capital Tbilisi we visit the monastery Davit Gareja at the border to Azerbaijan and the pretty little town Sighnaghi. Via Lagodekhi we reach Gavazi, where we can participate in the grape harvest and experience the wine production first hand. The second part of the tour takes us to Tusheti, the northern part of Kakheti. With the four-wheel drive and on foot we cross this wild, primeval region in the Greater Caucasus and meet inhabited and abandoned villages with their fortified towers.
After a day in Tbilisi we drive to the Kakheti region, famous for its wine. The second part of this tour takes us to Tusheti, in the extreme northeast of Georgia, known for its rugged nature and deserted villages.
Our guests were particularly impressed by these highlights:
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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.
Gabriel Cruser (USA)
I love mountains, so when I went to Georgia I wanted to explore the Caucasians. I was lucky enough to find Mycaucasus and venture into the mountains in Khazbeki. Wow! Some of the most beautiful landscapes I have ever seen. Jagged Rocky Mountains painted with snow and breathtaking views.
Jon Camus-Smith (Great Britain)
Thanks a lot, MyCaucasus, for the amazing two weeks in Kakheti, Tusheti and Khevsureti. Amazing, breathtaking nature and lovely people.