Day trip to Kazbegi from Tbilisi

Day trip to Kazbegi from Tbilisi

Kazbegi-Gudauri Tour

Day trip from Tbilisi to Kazbegi and Gudauri



Planned route


Tbilisi →Ananuri Fortified Castle Ensemble →Jinvali Water Reservoir →Kvemo Mleta (mineral water) →Russian Georgian Friendship Monument →Stepantsminda →Tbilisi



Georgia's Grandeur Revealed: Uncover the Gems of Our Full-Day Tour


Enjoy a thorough overview of Georgia's highlights on this exciting full-day tour. Whether you're interested in nature or history, our tours in Georgia will entertain and amaze you with a comprehensive itinerary.


The tour starts from Tbilisi, departing from your hotel, and takes you on a journey through Georgia's natural beauty and rich history, including visits to Jinvali water reservoir, Ananuri fortress, Gudauri friendship monument, and Gergeti Trinity Church. With high-class cars and an English/Russian-speaking guide, we ensure a memorable experience.



Ananuri Fortress: Where History Echoes and Scenic Beauty Unfolds


The Ananuri fortress, dating back to the XVI-XVIII centuries, is located on the foreland by the river Aragvi. It served as the castle and seat of the Eristavis of Aragvi, a feudal dynasty that ruled the area since the 13th century. This picturesque location offers stunning views of the fortress and Jinvali reservoir, making it a perfect spot for landscape photography. Exploring the defense complex will transport you to the Middle Ages and provide insights into the glorious past of the Aragva eristavi. Don't miss the Assumption Church of the 17th century, adorned with interesting bas-reliefs, and each element of the décor carries a hidden meaning with our tours in Georgia.


Jinvali Reservoir: Where Nature and Architecture Blend in Perfect Harmony


Capture the enchanting beauty of the fortress and Jinvali reservoir together at this captivating location, ideal for landscape photography.


Kvemo Mleta: A Refreshing Pause Amidst Natural Splendor


Pause to capture photos of the unique natural terrain and mineral water flowing from the ground.


Russian Georgian Friendship Monument: Where History and Scenic Beauty Merge


Situated in the Stepantsminda District, the Gudauri ski resort at an elevation of 2,200 meters offers a breathtaking setting in the heart of the Caucasus Mountains. Beyond skiing, Gudauri provides exceptional opportunities for horse-riding, mountain biking, hiking, paragliding, and more. The Russia-Georgia Friendship Monument, built in 1983 to commemorate the bicentennial of the Treaty of Georgievsk and the enduring friendship between Soviet Georgia and Soviet Russia, stands on the Georgian Military Highway. From this large round stone and concrete structure, adorned with a tile mural depicting Georgian and Russian history, you can admire the captivating Devil's Valley in the Caucasus mountains.


Stepantsminda (Kazbegi): A Gateway to Majestic Mountains and Spiritual Serenity


Renowned for its breathtaking location in the Caucasus Mountains, Stepantsminda is a hub for trekkers and mountaineers. The area boasts stunning natural attractions, including Mount Kazbegi and the alpine meadows and forests of the Kazbegi Nature Reserve. The Gergeti Trinity Church, located outside the town, is a 14th-century cross-cupola church and a significant religious site. Perched at an elevation of 2170 meters, the church served as a sanctuary for precious relics during times of danger. Despite religious restrictions during the Soviet era, the church remained a popular tourist destination. Marvel at the panoramic view of the valley from the church and be captivated by the majestic 5047-meter-high Mount Kazbegi. Explore this isolated mountainous area and immerse yourself in the natural beauty that makes this church an iconic tourist attraction with our tours in Georgia.



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