- City sightseeing
- Natural landmarks sightseeing
- Cultural, religious and historic sites
- Explore Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan famed for its medieval walled old city
- Enjoy a sightseeing tour of Tbilisi
- Visit Gobustan State Reserve. See its ancient carvings & mud volcanoes
- Visit Jvari Monastery, perched above the confluence of Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers
Drive to Sheki, a city in northwestern Azerbaijan, on the fourth day of the tour and cross the border into Georgia the next day. Millennia-old traditions, awe inspiring churches and cathedrals and a culture that traces its roots to antiquity await you in Georgia. See the stunning Jvari Monastery, perched above the confluence of Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers, take a trip to visit Tsinandali, the residence of the dukes of Georgia, and explore Sighnaghi, a city along the Silk Road that is surrounded by defensive walls with 23 towers.
Get the chance to visit Mtskheta, one of the oldest towns in Georgia and the country’s cultural and religious centre. Also included is a trip to Gori, Stalin’s hometown. This tour comes to an end after you have reached the Georgian capital city of Tbilisi. For more details, please scroll down to the itinerary section below.
Day 1: Baku arrival
Day 2: Baku city tour – Gobustan – Baku
Day 3: Baku – Ateshgah – Baku
Day 4: Baku – Shamakhi – Lahich – Sheki
Day 5: Sheki – Georgian border – Kvareli – Akhasheni
Day 6: Akhasheni – Tsinandali – Akhasheni
Day 7: Akhasheni – Sighnaghi – Bodbe – Tbilisi
Day 8: Tbilisi sightseeing tour
Day 9: Tbilisi – Jvari – Mtskheta – Kazbegi – Gudauri
Day 10: Gudauri – Ananuri – Uplistsikhe – Gori – Tbilisi
Day 11: Tbilisi departure
- Meals: 10 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 4 dinners
- Accommodation based on double/twin room sharing in 4-star hotels (solo travelers will have to pay additional single supplement fees)
- Pickup transfer on Day 1. All transport as per the itinerary
- Sightseeing tours as per the itinerary led by local, English-speaking tour guides
- A tour leader will accompany a group if there are at least six travelers in the group
- Entrance tickets to sights as per itinerary
- Three wine tasting sessions (in Khareba and Tsinandali)
- E-visa to Azerbaijan
- Bottled water
- Single Supplement
- Meals not mentioned in the "What's Included" section
- Georgia visa fees
- International flights
- Expenses that are personal in nature like phone calls and laundry
- Hotel charges for additional services
- Single supplement is compulsory for solo travelers
- Travel insurance
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This trip incorporates the following COVID-19 measures:
- Tours will be reduced to smaller group sizes to protect against COVID-19.
- Wearing a mask, hand washing and sanitizing has been implemented per local government advice. Frequent disinfection of regularly touched surfaces is highly encouraged. Hygiene safety measures and distancing will be ensured in our accommodations and also during transportation.
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