Georgia holidays and tours, 2015 and 2016

Our Georgia holidays take in the best sites & off-the-beaten-track places, from the capital of Tbilisi to the heights of the Caucasus Mountains. Our Georgia holidays are provided by operators committed to supporting local people & the environment.
Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia tour
Uncover unique histories cultures and landscapes, from £2479 - £2569 (19 days) inc UK flights
Georgia holiday, tailor made
Mountain churches, ancient monasteries and Soviet Imperialism, from £1390 (9 days) ex flights
Georgia holidays, legends of caucasus
Discover the unique traditions of Europe's most remote areas, from £1349 (11 days) ex flights
Georgia cultural holiday
Fascinating cultural tour of Georgia, from £1445 (9 days) ex flights
Georgia and Armenia holiday
Churches, monasteries, snow capped mountains, lakes and waterfalls, from £1699 (14 days) inc UK flights
Georgia cultural holiday, Georgia Explorer
Trek amongst Georgia's untouched villages and mountains, from £1895 (15 days) ex flights
Walking holiday in the Caucasus, Georgia
Fabulous walking holiday in the Causacus, from £1495 (9 days) ex flights
Azerbaijan, Georgia & Armenia tour
Discover the unexplored territories of the The Caucasus, from £2215 - £2325 (17 days) ex flights
Georgia holiday, Land of Myths and Mountains
Travel Georgia's legendary highlights & stunning hidden gems, from £1395 (9 days) ex flights
Georgia horse trekking holiday
An adventure suitable for moderate to experienced riders, from £1525 (9 days) ex flights
Georgia wine and culinary tour
Food, wine, culture and traditions in undiscovered Georgia, from US $3900 (12 days) ex flights
Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia holiday
A scenic journey through Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia, from £2545 (15 days) ex flights
Georgia holiday, walking in the Svaneti Mountains
Tread a land of mystery and mountains on our Svaneti walk, from £1595 (11 days) ex flights
Holiday in Georgia, tailor made
Discover the dramatic and picturesque landscapes of Georgia, from £1825 (11 days) ex flights
Georgia & Armenia cultural holiday
Journey to the furthest reaches of Europe, from £1799 (14 days) ex flights

7 reviews for Georgia holidays4 star overall rating

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Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia tour
Memorable parts? Church going in Armenia and Georgia, visiting a sea resort in Georgia, eating excellent food in guesthouses, climbing up hills and rocks to reach an isolated church. Tips? Make sure u can stand 3-4 hour rides on a bus. Not many motorways there. Local benefits? Not really, though we ate a few times in family guesthouses. The use of a coach minimizes the pollution, but that's about it. We had to buy so many plastic bottles of water that I am not sure that in... (more)Deborah Orokieta
From £2479 - £2569 including UK flights
Georgia cultural holiday
Memorable parts? Almost everything we saw in Georgia was memorable and exciting! Tips? Ladies, take a skirt for the churches and monasteries. Local benefits? We certainly managed to visit individuals in their homes and bring a little benefit,and this was always very interesting. I'd like to be able to w a l k to a restaurant where possible. Overall rating? Excellent! (more)Anna Cooper
From £1445 excluding flights
Georgia holiday, tailor made
Memorable parts? Hard to say - it was all wonderful. But probably our time in the High Caucasus Mountains where the wildflowers, scenery, and local people were unforgettable. Tips? Take the Bradt Guide - it's full of great information. Local benefits? Definitely benefited local people. Throughout the tour we travelled with a local guide and 2 local drivers. Hotels and Guest Houses were all locally owned/managed. We ate locally produced food in small restaurants/cafes most... (more)Caroline Gant
From £1390 excluding flights
Walking holiday in the Caucasus, Georgia
I enjoyed the holiday. I feel the company responded well and quickly to bad weather (more)Joanne Burke
Excellent...the scenery was the most memorable part of the holiday. (more)TESSA RAAFAT
The most memorable parts were the fantastic views from the escarpments and a chance visit at a local school during the TESFA walk, the view over the twin of Ayers Rock from the Ghiralta lodge (more)Monica Filkova
From £1495 excluding flights
Georgia and Armenia holiday
Memorable parts? Seeing the Albanian Alps (relatively unspoiled), visiting Kosovo (should’ve been able to stay there longer) and the virtually untouched monastery in that region, going to Lake Ohrid (should’ve been able to stay there longer too, which I believe is going to change for next year), and seeing Albania in general emerge from the Communist era the way in which it has. Tips? Make sure that they understand what the trip’s main focus is (like, if you aren’t interested in archaeology... (more)Mark Bowman
From £1699 including UK flights

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5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
4 stars
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
3 stars
Very enjoyable
2 stars
It was OK
1 star
A bit disappointing really
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