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Georgian tours – Georgia Travel Packages

If you’ve got a thirst for twisted adventures and exciting discoveries, our team of enthusiastic travel specialists is ready to enrich your experience. All Georgia travel packages we provide are carefully tailored to make you acquainted with fascinating and breathtaking destinations of the country individually or in groups. We do know how to make your butterflies fluttering whether you are itchy feet explorer or first-time traveler.

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The country is surrounded by the stunning Caucasus Mountains, magnificent valleys, lakes, rivers and is washed by the Black Sea. Our Georgia tour packages include all you need to explore the authenticity of this marvelous country. Working with the most reliable travel insurance company and flight/hotel booking systems, we offer a variety of the day, cultural, adventure, and special interest tours.

Browse the most prominent destinations of Georgia, and we will customize a perfect itinerary for you.

  • TBILISI. The mix of flourishing culture, ancient history and modern pace of life will capture your imagination. What can be better than to get yourself lost wandering the meandering streets of the Old Town? Once you visit Narikala Fortress, Metekhi Church, Mtatsminda Mountain or take the aerial cable car up, don’t miss a chance to take a picture of the stunning city view. You may also be interested in traditional identity covered by renovated Tbilisi State Opera. Then Sakura can guide you to the sulphur baths where you can let your hair down as Alexander Pushkin did a long time ago. With us, you are offered to create own Georgia Tbilisi tour and get to the heart and soul of the city.
  • KAKHETI. Have you ever dreamt of making a wine tour? Come to Telavi and Signagi and you will feel the relaxed and romantic atmosphere of the main wine-producing region in Georgia. The warm-hearted people, delicious food, and stunning landscapes will not leave you indifferent.
  • BATUMI. The capital of Adjara is a great example of rapid infrastructure development, personifying the southern charm with a luxurious lifestyle. It is a paradise for those who appreciate deluxe seaside resorts and fantastic entertainment activities. However, there you can visit such historic spots as the Museum of Archeology, Virgin Mary Cathedral, St. Nicolas Church, the Gonio Fortress and many others.
  • MTSKHETA – MTIANETI. The region is blessed with charming beauty and tremendous diversity. Georgia holiday package to Mtskheta is a great immersion to the place where Christianity was proclaimed in the country. The Ananuri architectural complex, the Dzalisi archaeological site, Svetitskhoveli Cathedral are strong attractive points of interest.
  • GUDAURI. If you are crazy about skiing, slalom, heliskiing or paragliding, Gudauri mountain resort is exactly what you need. There are ski tracks for beginners, experts, and professionals. Winter season lasts from December to April.

Georgia is a hidden treasure on the travelers’ maps. Get in touch with Sakura and be the first to discover the unknown destinations.

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Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport

Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport is the main international airport in the country, located 17 km southeast of the capital Tbilisi. The airport was modernized to meet international standards in 2005 and has been operated by TAV Airports.

The airport offers connections to major European North American, and Asian cities. From here you can reach Paris with Georgian Airways, Vienna with Austrian Airlines, Warsaw (LOT Airlines), Kiev (Georgian Airways), Munich (Lufthansa), Athens (Georgian Airways), Riga (Air Baltic), Istanbul (Turkish Airlines), Prague (Czech Airlines), Amsterdam (Georgian Airways), Minsk (Belavia), Athens (Aegean Airlines), Dubai (Fly Dubai), Doha (Qatar Airways) and others.

David the Builder Kutaisi International Airport

David the Builder Kutaisi International Airport is located 14 km west of Kutaisi, the second largest city in the country and 200 km from Tbilisi. The airport is fully operated by United Airports of Georgia. The airport was rebuilt in 2012 and is the first international airport in the region, offering cost-efficient airline services.

Kutaisi Airport is mainly served by Wizz Air from Berlin, Budapest, Dortmund, Katowice, Larnaca, Memmingen (Munich), Milan, Sofia, Thessaloniki, Vilnius and Warsaw, by Pegasus Airlines from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen,

The Georgian Bus Company provides comfortable bus transfers from the airport to major cities of Georgia, including Tbilisi. The bus schedules are synchronized with flights.

Alexander Kartveli Batumi International Airport

The Alexander Kartveli Batumi International Airport is located 2 km south of Batumi, a city on the Black Sea coast. The airport is 20 km northeast of Hopa, Turkey, and serves as a domestic and international airport for the country and northeastern Turkey. Renovated in 200r, the airport is being operated by TAV Airports.

The Turkish Airlines flies every day between Batumi and Istanbul. Other destinations serviced by the Batumi airport include Kharkov, Kiev and Minsk (twice per week with Belavia). The Batumi airport is easily accessible by minibus and taxi.

Georgia Travel Guide – Travel By Bus

There are direct bus services from Istanbul, Turkey, which stop at various places on the route and terminate in Tbilisi. There are also several non-stop bus services between Tbilisi and Baku, Azerbaijan.

Georgia Travel Guide – Travel By Minibus

You can travel in Georgia by minibuses that operate international routes to and from cities and large towns in Georgia. Minibuses run between Georgia and Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Iran, and Iraq. In Tbilisi, these routes usually originate and terminate at bus stations and the Didube subway station. Outside Tbilisi, minibus routes may stop at either bus stations or central locations (town squares).

Georgia Travel Guide – Travel By Train

There are train services from Baku, Azerbaijan, which stop at various places on the route and terminate in Tbilisi. Construction of a railway linking the Turkish town of Kars to Baku, Azerbaijan is underway and is scheduled to be finished by the end of 2017. This will establish a direct link from Tbilisi to Istanbul and farther to Europe. Also, there’s also a train service from Yerevan, Armenia.

Georgia Travel Guide – Travel By Sea

You can travel in Georgia via the Black Sea and land up at any of major ports in Batumi and Poti.  These ports are well connected by ferry to the port cities of Ilyichevsk (Ukraine), Trabzon/Istanbul (Turkey), Burgas, Varna (Bulgaria), and Sochi, Novorossisk (Russia).

Georgia visa information

Depending on the purpose of your travel in Georgia, there are different categories of visas that will apply to the occasion. Whether you are planning to go on a visit, study or work and reside there permanently, you will have to apply for a different Georgia Visa, accordingly. The fastest and easiest way to check whether you need Georgia visa to enter and/or stay in country, or transit the territory of Georgia is to click on “DO I NEED VISA” button and process step by step with simple online application.


An alien who is not exempted from Georgia visa and seeks to enter Georgia must first obtain an appropriate category visa. To obtain a Georgia visa an alien may submit the documentation as through E-Application System as via e-Visa Portal depending on the purpose of the travel. The documentation required for application differs depending on which category of visa (and status of residence) the applicant wishes.


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