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4 Day Svaneti Treasure

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Summits of mt. Ushba

Mestia

Mestia

Ushguli, Svaneti, Georgia

Ushguli, Svaneti, Georgia

Svanetian Grandmother

Svanetian Grandmother

Dadiani Palace at night

Dadiani Palace at night

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Svaneti Treasure

4 Days/3 Nights

Private escorted jeep tour to Svaneti is an authentic experience of Caucasus Mountains - a land of extraordinary beauty with its highlands dotted by medieval villages and Svan towers.

Sights to Visit

Itinerary


Day to day

Morning pick-up from the hotel in Tbilisi and departure to Svaneti. We are going to have several stops on the way. Arrive in Zugdidi – administrative center of Samegrelo region. Visit Dadiani Palace History and Architectural Museum – the former residence of Mingrelian Kings and Queens. The first exhibition here was prepared by the Prince of Samegrelo, David Dadiani and presented archaeological findings from the ancient city of Nokalakevi. The museum now includes palaces of the Princess of Samegrelo, Ekaterine Dadiani and Prince of Samegrelo, Niko Dadiani, court church, and the botanical garden.
En-route lunch.
After Samegrelo, we start driving up towards the Greater Caucasus Mountains. We are going to make a short stop near Enguri Dam, currently being world’s second tallest concrete arch dam – 271.5 m in height.
Evening arrival in Mestia. Dinner and overnight in Mestia.

Breakfast at the guesthouse. Today we are going to explore Upper Svaneti and drive with 4x4 vehicles to Ushguli community – one of the highest continually inhabited places in Europe. The whole village with its fortifications is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The road to Ushguli is an off-road but very picturesque. On our way, we will visit villages of Ipari and Kala to sightsee the medieval churches with famous murals and frescos.
Have an en-route picnic lunch. Stop by Lamaria church in Ushguli - a notable local sacred place of worship. Take a walk towards Shkhara glacier – the highest peak in Georgia (5068 m).
In the evening, return back to Mestia. Dinner and overnight in Mestia.

Breakfast at the guesthouse. Visit Svaneti Museum of History and Ethnography, which houses old Svan manuscripts, ethnographic and archaeological items, Georgian Orthodox icons painted in Svan style, etc.
Walk up to the tower-museum of Margiani (12th c.) to see how the locals were living in the medieval times. Have lunch in one of the local restaurants.
After lunch visit villages of Latali and Lemjeri located near Mestia town notable for its churches with medieval decorations, frescos and murals.
Dinner and overnight in Mestia.

Breakfast at the guesthouse. Drive back to Tbilisi and visit Zugdidi farmer’s market on the way, where it is possible to purchase local products, such as fruit, vegetables, homemade cheese (Sulguni) and sweets. Have lunch en-route.
Evening arrival in Tbilisi.

Inclusions


Included

  • Transportation
  • Professional guide service
  • 3 overnights in Mestia Ushba guesthouse or similar
  • Catering: 3 breakfast, 4 lunches, 3 dinners
  • 1 bottle mineral water per person per day
  • Entrance fees
  • 4x4 Jeeps to Ushguli
  • Excursions and Entrance fees
  • Map of Georgia
  • All local taxes

Excluded

  • Personal expenses
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Services not mentioned in program

Prices


Prices

Group size Price per adult
Solo € 1240
2-3 people € 718
4-5 people € 545
6-7 people € 502
8-9 people  € 426
10-15 people € 400
Online booking deposit*:  € 30

 

The above prices (except for solo) are based on two people sharing a twin/double room accommodation.

Additional charge for a single room ("Single Supplement") is: € 74

1 person from the group will be FREE of charge if 10 and more adults are traveling together

Child Policy
0-1 years - Free
2-6 years - 200 €
7 years and over - Adult

 

 

 

 

*This deposit will be deducted from the total tour price. As for the remaining sum, you can pay it with one of the following methods:

  • Bank transfer - in foreign currency (Euro/USD), two weeks before the tour starts;
  • VISA/Mastercard - via POS terminal in local currency (GEL), at the beginning of the tour directly with your guide  (additional card service fee + 2%).
  • Cash - directly to the nearest TBC Bank office at the begging of the tour. 

For a larger group or custom itinerary please contact us at tours [at ] georgianholidays.com

 
Tips for booking procedure: 

How to know which “Operator” to select?

You only need to select the Operator name if you have previously communicated with one of our sales agents via phone or email, otherwise please leave it at default.

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More Info

Additional cost for the airport private pick up transfer: 25 €

Additional cost for the airport private drop off transfer: 20 €

Discounted individual transfer rate for double way: 40 €

To arrange airport transfers and additional hotel overnights, contact us tours [at ] georgianholidays.com

Cancellation is free of charge prior 31 days of the starting day.
-    The booking deposit 30 Euro is non-refundable in case of cancellation of the tour after booking has been confirmed. The fee is kept as a deposit on the Tourist’s account for future booking(s).
If Tourist cancels the booked tour for some reasons not depending on Tour Operator, the following sums are kept back as a fine:
-    10% of total cost of tourist product in case of cancellation 30 days prior to the tour;
-    50% of total cost of tourist product in case of tour cancellation 15-7 days prior to the tour;
-    90% of total cost of tourist product in case of tour cancellation 7 and fewer days prior to the tour;
-    99% of total cost of tourist product due to the Tourist's failure to appear at the airport no more than 2 hours prior to departure or non-admission on the flight owing to circumstances beyond the Tour Operator's controls.


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