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See Tbilisi, the Capital of Georgia

Tbilisi is the capital city of beautiful Georgia; not the state in the US but the country in the Caucasus region beside the Black Sea. The capital city is also the largest (about 10 times the size of any other…

Svaneti Takes You High

The mountain region of Svaneti is just one of the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Georgia. This means the country is teeming with unique treasures of nature, intriguing historic structures and other-worldly locations, such as Svaneti, home of the…

Sukhumi Out from the Rubbles

The city of Sukhumi has seen its glory years when it was regarded as one of the best subtropical beaches in the former Soviet Union. Citizens in the former communist superpower came to enjoy Sukhumi’s beach, botanical gardens, palm trees,…

Shatili: A Medieval Highland Village-Fortress

You only see it in books or on TV, an ancient settlement with rows of brick houses and towers on the slope of a mighty mountain range; time-worn dwellings of brick and mortar set in a background of lush green…

Mtskheta: The Birthplace and Seat of Georgian Orthodox Christianity

Do you love visiting ancient places and being transported back in time? Are you in search of ancient religious artifacts? How cool is it to visit the place where Christ’s mantle was supposed to be buried? The Svetitskhoveli Cathedral in…

Travel Tips to Kutaisi, a Land of History and Legend

The Georgian city of Kutaisi is nothing but beautiful. It is a place of history and legend, since this was where the legendary Jason supposedly stole the Golden Fleece. Although Kutaisi is not even close to being a wealthy city,…

Kubrera Cave: The Deepest Cave in the World

Kubrera Cave in Georgia’s break-away republic of Abkhazia is the deepest known cave in the planet. It was named after the Russian geographer, Alexander Kruber. In 2001, the Ukranian Speleological Association measured the distance between the cave’s entrance and its…

5 Reasons to Visit Kolkheti National Park

Kolkheti National Park is one of Georgia’s eight national parks. The other seven are Algeti National Park, Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park, Javakheti National Park, Kazbegi National Park, Mtirala National Park, Tbilis National Park, and Vashlovani National Park. Georgia is a beautiful…

Love Wine, Love Kakheti

If you love wine you should know the province of Kakheti in Georgia. It produces a variety of satisfying wines, one variety for each village. Located in the eastern region of the country, this wine destination is steadily growing in…