- Bicycle tour
- Natural landmarks sightseeing
- duration 9 hours
- tour type Private
- age requirement 15+ years old
- max group size 6
- guiding method Live Guide/Instructor
- See the fortress of Ananuri
- Enjoy amazing views of Mount Kazbegi
- Cycle through Georgian highlands and villages
The fortress, which dates back to the late medieval period, also includes two churches, an old watchtower, a prison and civic buildings. The main church facade is beautifully carved with animal, floral and Celtic-style patterns. The next landmark on the way is the skiing resort of Gudauri, located 2,200m above the sea level.
On Georgian Military Road, which we follow, is the Cross Pass, the highest point of the road located at an elevation of 2,196m above the sea level. A 4WD car will pick you up from here and drive you up to Juta, a remote, mountainous village that offers gorgeous views of the Chaukhi Mountains.
Back on your bicycle, descend down the road to reach the Sno Valley. See looming medieval towers and waterfalls as you pedal to Stepantsminda, from where you can enjoy a remarkable view of Mount Kazbegi (5.033m).
From Stepantsminda, you can choose to either continue cycling up to Gergeti Trinity Church, built on the southern slopes of Mount Kazbegi, or drive up to the church in a 4WD car (optional, not included in the tour price). In case you decide to cycle, you will get the chance to enjoy a thrilling, 6km journey downhill.
We will drop you off at your accommodation in Tbilisi after the cycling trip is over.
- Hotel pickup and drop-off. Transportation In modern, air-conditioned coach
- An experienced, English-speaking tour guide
- A bicycle
- 1 bottle of water per traveler
- Travel insurance
- Helmets and other equipment for cycling
- Meals and drinks
- Tips for your guide and driver
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