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Georgia is one of the world important archeological places which has many antique towns covering every single archeological period. In our Archeological Tour to Georgia, anyone interested in archeology will find relevant and interesting places to visit. You will visit number of archeological museums, explore on-going excavations, get acquainted with curious finds, visit medieval settlements and much more, get closer to the ancient times.
Day 1. Meeting at Tbilisi/Batumi/Kutaisi Airport- Transfer to the hotel, check in hotel- Overnight in Tbilisi.
Day 2. Tbilisi City Tour- Overnight in Tbilisi.
Our tour is starting in Tbilisi – capital of Georgia, one of the ancient cities in Caucasus. Wandering in Tbilisi streets you will fell the contrasts: the meeting point of Old and New, of Eastern and Western civilizations, which are harmoniously combined in each other.
Day 3. Ilia Chavchavadze University Archeological Museum- Mama Daviti Church- Georgian national museum- Overnight in Tbilisi.
• Mamadaviti domed church is located in the south –west of Tbilisi on Mtatsminda. The name Mtatsminda derived from Atoni St. mountain in the 10th century, at the same time the Mtatsminda mountain is called ‘Mamadaviti’ due to the legend saying that St. Father Davit Garejeli lived in the cave of this mountain in the 6th century.
• The Georgian National Museum presents internationally significant collections of art and dynamic, changing exhibitions, providing audiences with inspiration and knowledge of the wonderful world of culture, art, science and education.
Day 4. Bolnisi Sioni Church- Dmanisi- Overnight in Tbilisi.
• Bolnisi Church - The earliest known inscription in the Georgian language is to be found on the facade of this late 5th century church. Pagan sculptural elements such as animals and birds merge with the ‘new’ Christian motifs to give a fascinating insight into a period of great change.
• Dmanisi is a town and archaeological site in the Kvemo Kartli region of Georgia approximately 93 km southwest of the nation’s capital Tbilisi in the river valley of Mashavera. The hominin site is the earliest of its kind outside Africa, dating back to 1.81 Ma.
Day 5. David Gareja Monastery- Signagi Museum- Overnight in Tbilisi.
• David Gareja is a rock-hewn Georgian Orthodox Monastery Complex located in the Kakheti region of Eastern Georgia, on the half-desert slopes of Mount Gareja, some 60–70 km southeast of Georgia's capital Tbilisi. The complex includes hundreds of cells, churches, chapels, refectories and living quarters hollowed out of the rock face.
• Signagi Museum, in the town of Signagi in Georgia’s easternmost region of Kakheti, was established in 1947 and contains exhibits providing glimpses of daily life in Eastern Georgia from the Stone Age to the 20th century.
Day 6. Igoeti Archaeological monuments- Joseph Stalin’s Museum- Motsameta Monastery- Gelati Monastery- Overnight in Kutaisi.
• Ioseb Stalin's State Museum- museum complex consists of memorial house, where Stalin was born, exposition building with tower and Stalin’s personal coach with interior, by which he had travelled to Tehran, Yalta and Potsdam. Museum houses Stalin’s personal things, study room of Kremlin, manuscripts, gifts from over the world, Stalin’s mask and paintings.
• Motsameta Monastery is located 6 kilometers from Kutaisi. The present day church dates back to the 11th century, but historic records show that a church was constructed in this spot as early as the 8th century. Motsameta attracts crowds of tourists with an ancient superstition: if one crawls three times under the ark and makes a wish while touching the hallows, the wish will come true.
• Gelati Monastery is a masterpiece of the Golden Age of medieval Georgia. Gelati was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and in 2006 was included on the list of Unmovable Monuments of Georgian Cultural Heritage.
Day 7. Vani- Kutaisi Historical Museum- Bagrati Cathedral- Overnight in Kutaisi.
• Vani is a town in Imereti region of western Georgia, at the River Sulori, 41 km southwest from the regional capital Kutaisi. Systematic archaeological studies carried out in the Vani environs since 1947 have revealed the remnants of a rich city of the ancient power of Colchis.
• The museum was established in 1921, it houses more then 150 thousand items of cultural heritage of the country. Among them are: Bronze Age and Antiquity period monuments – archaeological discoveries from western Georgia, rare samples Georgian, Roman, Byzantine and Oriental history, everyday life and culture rare objects, collection of oldest epigraphic monuments and Georgian manuscripts – rare charters, ethnographic materials, significant samples of items.
• Bagrati- symbol of united Georgia. The Cathedral of King Bagrati in Kutaisi ranks among the best monuments of Georgian architecture. The constructions began in the last quarter of the 10th century. Now it’s in UNESCO World Heritage.
Day 8. Sataplia Caves- Prometheus Caves- Trip to Mestia- Overnight in Mestia.
• Sataplia is a rather small cave located in Tskaltubo, Georgia. It is famous for fine speleothems and the dinosaur footprints nearby. The tour enters the through-cave on one hillside, crosses the hill underground and then goes back on the surface past the dinosaur footprints.
• Prometheus Caves- one of Georgia's natural wonders providing visitors with breathtaking examples of stalactites, stalagmites, curtains, petrified waterfalls, cave pearls, underground rivers, and lakes.
Day 9. Ushguli- Mestia- Overnight in Mestia.
• Mestia- the most original and mysterious area of Georgia hiding high in the mountains. This wonderful little town lying at an altitude of 1,500 meters in an area of steppe that rises gradually up towards the surrounding Greater Caucasus Mountains.
• Ushguli - UNESCO world heritage site is the highest permanently inhabited village in Europe, located in Svaneti, at the feet of Shkhara, one of the highest Caucasian summits. About 70 families, approximately 250 people live in the village, which dates back more than 2000 years.
Day 10. Historical and Ethnographic museum in Mestia- Overnight in Mestia.
• The museum houses more than 4.000 items: archaeological objects discovered in Svaneti region, unique samples of engraved and painted icons, religious objects, manuscripts. New Testaments, weapons and armor, iron and cooper items, wooden ethnographic objects, adornments, silverware, textiles, etc.
Day 11. Dadiani Palace- Batumi- Overnight in Batumi.
• Dadiani Palace is a historical building, which is a museum as well. It is located in Zugdidi that is in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region of Georgia. It is one of the most eminent palaces in the whole Caucasus region.
• Batumi—the “Pearl of the Black Sea,” as it is often called—is located in the autonomous republic of Adjara. European architects undertook numerous projects in Batumi at the beginning of the 20th century, and today it remains a hub of architectural innovation.
Day 12. Gonio Castle- Castle of Petra- Overnight in Batumi.
• Gonio fortress is a well preserved Roman fortification in Adjara, on the Black sea coast. Located on the left bank of the River Chorokhi the fortress is 12 km south of Batumi and just 4 km from the border with Turkey. The site is believed to hold the tomb of the Apostle Mathew – one of Christ’s disciples – but has yet to be fully excavated.
• Petra Fortress is located in the village of Tsikhisdziri in the Kobuleti district of Ajara. Built during the 6th century A.D., it held an important strategic position at the crossroads of the route linking Georgia with Iran and Armenia. The fortress is one of the most significant monuments on the entire eastern coast of the Black Sea.
Day 13. Batumi Botanical Garden- Park of Miniatures- Dolphinarium- Overnight in Batumi.
• The Batumi Botanical Garden overlooks the Black Sea and is one the largest and richest botanical gardens in the world. Located 9km north of Batumi at Mtsvane Kontskhi (Green Cape) it contains thousands of beautiful species of plants.
• Park Of Miniatures- a park is an open space that displays miniature buildings and models. It contains a model of Georgian single cities, towns, villages and etc.
• Batumi dolphinarium was opened in 1975. At the time it was the first dolphinarium in the whole of the Soviet Union. The Dolphinarium is home to 8 Bottlenose Dolphins and several California Sea Lions. You can enjoy the dolphins perform also swim with dolphins.
Day 14. Noqalaqevi- Trip to Tbilisi- Overnight in Tbilisi.
• Nokalakevi also known as Archaeopolis and Tsikhegoji, is a village and archaeological site in the Senaki municipality, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region, Georgia. Located by the river Tekhuri, on the northern edge of the Colchian plain in Samegrelo, western Georgia, lie the ruins of Nokalakevi.
Day 15. Transfer to Tbilisi/Batumi/Kutaisi Airport.