The eastern region of Kakheti is Georgia’s premier wine-producing area. Almost everywhere you go, you’ll be invited to drink a glass of wine and it’s easy to find yourself wandering around in a semipermanent mellow haze. Kakheti is also rich in history: here you’ll find the incredible monastery complex of Davit Gareja, the picturesque hilltop town of Sighnaghi, and many beautiful churches, castles and mansions around the main town, Telavi.
- Transportation by comfortable mini-bus
- Food and non-alcoholic beverages
- Guide Service
- Clothes appropriate to the weather
- Comfortable shoes
- Snacks (of your preference)
- Water bottle (not mandatory)
- Departure from the meeting point
Visiting Telavi the Capital of Kakheti.
Tsinandali – Museum of the 19th century. Situated to the north of Tbilisi-Telavi highway. Famous for its beautiful garden and wine.
King Erekle Museum – Fortress and residence of King Erekle the II. King of Georgia in the 18th century.
Gremi – Centre of Kakheti kingdom in the 15th – 16th c., situated on the bank of the river Intsoby.
Old Shuamta -Architectural complex with three churches belonging to the 5th – 7th c., 7 km. away from Telavi.
New Shuamta – 2-3 km. away from Old Suamta, church built by Queen Tinatin in the 16th century.
Alaverdi – Cathedral belonging to the 11th c., central-domed church of St. George.
Ikalto – Architectural complex with a domed church (the 6th c.) and Ikalto Academy (8th – 9th c.), cultural and educational centre of the 11th – 12th c.