Highlights of Trans-Caucasus
15 Days Tour
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Trans-Caucasus region is located on the border of Europe and Asia, from the Caspian till the Black See. These are three different Countries, with different Cultures, Religions and Languages. So you will experience in full the multiethnic, multi-religious, and multi-cultural sensation of these lands. 
1 day
Departure to Baku
2 day
Baku city tour  
3 day
Baku – Shemakhi – Sheki 
4 day
Sheki – Lagodekhi Border – Signagi
5 day
Signagi – Davit Gareji Monastery – Tbilisi
6 day
Tbilisi city tour – National Museum
7 day
Tbilisi – Mtskheta – Jvari Monastery *– Svetitskhoveli Catedral *– Kazbegi– Gergeti Trinity Church
8 day
Gudauri – Uplistiskhe Cave City – Kutaisi – Gelati Monastery *
9 day
Kutaisi – Promete/Sataplia Cave – Akhatlsikhe – Rabat Fortress
10 day
Akhaltsikhe – Varzia cave monastery – Bavra Border – Giumry – Yerevan
11 day
Yerevan city tour – Echmiadzin *– Yerevan
12 day
Yerevan city tour – Garni Temple – Geghard Monastery *– Yerevan
13 day
Yerevan – Khor Virap Monastery – Noravank Complex – Yerevan
14 day
Yerevan – Noratus Cemetery – Savan Monastery – Yerevan
15 day
Departure from Yerevan


The agency reserves the right to make some necessary amendments to the program, depending on the organizational issues (this, of course, subject to a preliminary agreement with the group leader).   

Upon request can be offered 3, 4 and 5* luxury and international brand hotels in Tbilisi, as well as many comfortable boutique, small hotels and guesthouses in regions.  

Transportation –according to the program - by six-seat air-conditioned mini vans, 10-12-seat mini buses, or big and comfortable tourist buses, depending on the number of tourists in a group.

Throughout the travel tourists will enjoy services of professional Italian- French-, English-, German-, and Polish-speaking guides with the proper knowledge of history and culture.

The tour price generally includes full board, although, on request, half board or a single-meal (hotel-served breakfast) package can be offered. Breakfast is included both in Tbilisi-based hotel's prices, as well as in the price-lists of small hotels and guesthouses located in provinces, where a dinner is also served. The lunch also includes mineral water, tea and/or coffee. Dinners are generally served at traditional Tbilisi-based restaurants offering a diversity of local cuisine or at a hotel/guesthouse restaurant.   

On the 7th day of the program, one-hour walking-tour to Gergeti Trinity Church (at 2170 m above sea level) is envisaged; on-site taxi service is offered at extra cost.