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The 5 days trip to the highland region of Georgia, that you will never forget.

Svaneti is the paradise on earth with its untouchable nature and authentic cultural monuments. Hiking to the glaciers of Caucasian mountains will make your trip an unforgettable travel experience.

About Svaneti

Svaneti is located to the north-west part of Georgia, at the Greater Caucasus mountains. The region has been saved by its inaccessible location, which helped to preserve timeless feel. The main town of the region is Mestia, known as the place of thousand towers, famous with its hospitality and delicious cuisine. Mount Ushba known as the “Matterhorn of the Caucasus” is located near Mestia. Skhara is the highest peak in Georgia, located not far from village Ushguli which is the highest inhabited settlement in Europe, recognized by UNESCO as the World Heritage Site.

 

Itinerary

Tour Program

Day 1

  • Arrival in Kutaisi airport
  • Transfer from Kutaisi airport to the hotel Kutaisi

Day 2

  • Driving from Kutaisi to Mestia
  • Enguri Dam (The world’s second highest dam)
  • Mestia, Svaneti
  • Hiking to Chalaad glacier (trail distance 3 km)
  • Overnight in Mestia

Day 3

  • Driving from Mestia to Ushguli (UNESCO world heritage site)
  • Lamaria Monastery (View of Shkhara mount)
  • Hiking to Shkhara Glacier (trail distance 3 km)
  • Driving back to Mestia, Overnight in Mestia

Day 4

  • Driving to Becho valley
  • Hiking to Ushba waterfall  (trail distance 4.5 km)
  • Museum of History and Ethnography, Mestia
  • Cable car  (View of Ushba mountain)
  • Overnight in Mestia

Day 5

  • Driving from Mestia to Kutaisi
  • Enjoy the free time in Kutaisi before your flight
  • Transfer to Kutaisi  airport

Other Information

Service Includes

  • Shuttle service from/to airport
  • Accommodation in the hotel or guesthouse with two times meal
  • Comfortable transportation
  • Professional guide service
  • All entrance tickets
  • photography
  • Unforgettable memories

Service does not include

  • Airfare
  • Lunch

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