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Tour name: Borjomi Akhaltsikhe Tour
Route: Tbilisi – Borjomi – Green Monastery – Rabati fortress – Monastery of Sapara – Tbilisi
Tour type: Adventure Tourism
Transportation Mode: LAND; JEEP / SUV Mitsubishi Delica or Minivan
Meal: Half Board
Tour Duration: 1 day
Distance: One way 220km
Meeting Point: Agreed location

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF BORJOMI AKHALTSIKHE TOUR

Landmarks: Borjomi, Green (Chitakhevi) Monastery, Rabati fortress, Monastery of Safara
09:00 Departure from Tbilisi to Akhaltikhe
11:00 Green Monastery
12:00 Lunch / Picnic
13:00 Rabati fortress
15:00 Monastery of Safara
17:00 Dinner in Akhaltikhe
18:00 Borjomi Park
21:00 Return to Tbilisi

DEPARTURE AT AGREED TIME AND LOCATION
PRICE PER PERSON: 70 USD

Price includes

  • Transport in the comfortable minibus or SUV – Mitsubishi Delica
  • English / Russian speaking guide
  • Half board meal
  • Museum Tickets
  • Bottle of Mineral water

Price do not include

  • Alcoholic beverages

Available departures

For Booking please catch up with Viber/WhatsApp +995 551 19 19 20

We offer you unforgettable Borjomi Akhaltsikhe Tour . Travel throughout the country with Delica Club Georgia and discover this ancient land rich with history and culture.

Additional Information:

  • Minimum number of people for the tour to take place is 4 PAX
  • Best time to go: April, May, June, July, August, September, October
  • Total Distance of the tour: 440km;

Necessary gear:

  • Comfortable clothes
  • Water resistant winter jacket
  • Shades
  • Water flask

Have a nice and unforgettable trip

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Borjomi

BorjomiBorjomi Famous throughout the former Soviet Union for its salty-sour, love-it-or-hate-it fizzy mineral water, Borjomi is a likeable little resort town in the very green valley of the swift Mtkvari River, 850m above sea level. The town dates from 1829, when some soldiers discovered a health-giving mineral spring here. A Russian governor of the Caucasus, Read more

Akhaltsikhe

AkhaltsikheAkhaltsikhe The capital and biggest town of Samtskhe- Javakheti, Akhaltsikhe means ‘New Castle’ in Georgian. In fact the castle that dominates the town dates from the 12th century. The local power here from the 13th to 17th cen- turies was the Jakeli family, but from 1688 to 1828 it was the centre of a pashalik Read more

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