8 days

4-20 persons

all year

Join us for a culinary road trip through the wondrous places of West Georgia.


A round trip with comfortable cars, for those who want to see and get to know the western part of Georgia, the highest peaks of the Caucasus, unique Svaneti with Mestia and the village of Ushguli. See the seaside town architecture, visit Prometheus Cave, canyons and waterfalls in the Megrelia region. Taste the best local dishes. Learn about the history of wine and try local types during a visit to a bio winemaker.

During this tour:

  • We will visit the city Kutaisi,  whose history goes back 4000 years. Bagrati Cathedral, the famous Kolchida fountain.
  • On the way to Svaneti we will see the Enguri Dam, currently the 7th largest dam in the world!
  • We will check in to the capital of Svaneti - Mestia..
  • We will go on a jeep tour to Ushgulithe highest village in Europe, inhabited all year round..
  • We will stand at the base of the highest mountain of Georgia Shkhara 5193 m above sea level. 
  • We will rest on Batum's beaches..
  • We will see for ourselves the phenomenon of Batumi architecture and try delicious Adjara cuisine.
  • We will walk through the botanical garden promenade in Batumi.
Zdjęcie przedstawiające widok na monaster Lamaria w wiosce Ushguli | Gruzja


Zdjęcie przedstawiające Kanion Martvili, Gruzja

Martvili Canyon


  • We will eat fresh fish straight from the fish market.
  • We'll get a taste of Imereti's natural wine..
  • We visit the amazing Prometheus Cave
  • We will see the picturesque Martvili Canyon and Balda o the Kaghu Waterfall..
  • We will walk on platforms suspended above Okatse Canyon.
  • We will stand in front of the Kinchkha Kinchkha measuring as much as 70 metres!
  • We will taste Megrelian cuisineand try region's characteristic elarji cheese..

    We agree a detailed programme on an individual basis.

 The price depends on the number of people in the group and individual arrangements.


For consultation, please first telephone us on +995 593 54 85 07, +48 505 236 650
(preferably via Whatsapp)

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