4×4 Off-Road Jeep Tour Georgia

10 Days

Travel dates

August 11, 2024 Guaranteed €1.980
14 Available
September 1, 2024 Guaranteed €1.980
14 Available

Get out of the office and into a new 4×4 Off-Road adventure in Georgia!

A 4×4 Off-road jeep tour in the most beautiful regions of the Caucasus in eastern Georgia with off-road vehicles.

Travel dates

11-20 August 2024

1-10 September 2024

Minimum number of participants: 6 participants

Travel price

EUR 1980.00 per person (two people in the car)
EUR 2280.00 per person (single driver in the car)
Single room supplement EUR 280.00

We can do this trip from 15.6. until 20.9. can also be organized individually for you as a self-drive tour. Contact us.


A guided off-road vehicle trip from Tbilisi Georgia along the most beautiful off-road routes in the south-east and north-east of Georgia into the steppes and high mountains of the Greater Caucasus. You will experience unique off-road experiences in the steppe region, in the Vashlovani and Tusheti national parks, in the Kakheti wine region! The Georgian cuisine and insights into the life of the Georgians are not neglected!


  • Tbilisi
  • David Gareja Steppe
  • Signaghi
  • Vashlovani National Park
  • Wine region Kakheti
  • Tusheti National Park


Arrival day :

Getting to Tbilisi (Tbilisi)
Transfer from the airport to your hotel in the center of Tbilisi

Tbilisi is larger than many visitors first think and is home to at least 1.5 million of around 3.7 million Georgians. Together we will explore the historic part of the old town, take the cable car to the Narikala Fortress and give you an introduction to the history, country and people, customs and habits. You will see Georgian churches, Armenian churches, a Jewish synagogue, the remains of a fire temple, a mosque and a Catholic church within a kilometer radius. Tolerance and hospitality are very important throughout the Caucasus.
In the evening there is a hearty welcome evening in a Georgian restaurant.

Breakfast, Dinner

One of the fascinating things about driving in Georgia is the constant change in landscape. We drive south past the largest auto bazaar in the Caucasus through the industrial wasteland of the city of Rustavi and reach a hilly steppe region, as if abandoned by God and humanity. Here and there we can spot rare birds or roam former military training grounds. In the Middle Ages, the solitude in the steppe became a coveted retreat for Georgian monks, who lived here in caves and operated a regionally important agriculture with cattle breeding and even viticulture. The gravel roads at David Gareja are fun to drive, which should familiarize us with the vehicles today. Overnight in Sighnaghi, the wine town overlooking the Caucasus. Driving distance about 200 km

5 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Drive to the national park center in Dedoplistskaro. Continue to the national park through the most diverse landscapes and biotopes. Driving fun for off-roaders. Drive into the gorges and along dry riverbeds to the huts on the Alasani River at Mijinis Kure. We drive not far from the Azerbaijani border along the winter pastures of the Tusheti shepherds through the Samukhi plain in a large round trip to Dedoplistskaro. Snacks and stops at beautiful vantage points along the way. Overnight in Dedoplistskaro. Driving distance about 120 km.

8 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We drive to the fertile beautiful valley of Alasani in the famous wine-growing region of Kakheti, where there are 15 protected wine-growing regions. We will visit the Castle of Prince Alexander Chavtashvadze, the Gremi Fortress and the Temi community project. In the evening we will taste Kakhetian wines or excellent Georgian beer. Time at the pool.
Overnight in the wine region. Driving distance about 150 km

5 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today we take the breathtaking pass road up to the Abano Pass in the lonely region of Tusheti, which is one of the most beautiful regions in the Caucasus. The road quickly becomes narrower and we take tight bends through dark, wooded gorges past rushing waterfalls. On steeper sections we need the gear reduction and leave the forest zone at 2300 meters to drive higher and higher along the rugged slopes in the direction of the Abano Pass. The pass takes its name from the Abano hot springs, where we might be able to take a relaxing dip on the way back. Abano means bath and the 2866 meter high pass to Tusheti is the bath pass. At the pass, a wide panorama opens up in front of us to the north with many chains of high mountains, Tusheti lies in front of us. The drive remains demanding for the next one and a half hours to Omalo and in the constantly changing landscapes of sky, mountains, gorges, rocks, stones, old avalanches and burst trees, after lonely defense towers and small villages, towards evening we finally reach the center of the region, Omalo. Overnight in Omalo. Driving distance about 120 km

5 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

The Tush people are also Georgians, but no one knows when they migrated to these high valleys – it must have been ages ago. But the many flocks of sheep show us that sheep breeding is their most important main occupation next to tourism. The inks are considered clever, courageous, robed. You can sing very well. In civil life they are shepherds or lawyers, pilots, doctors and engineers. There are said to be many poets and philosophers among the shepherds. Traditionally they have defended the country to the north-east against the Dido (Chechens) and against the Lekebi (Dagestan). Today in Dartlo we get to know a typical Tuschen village with the stronghold-like defense towers. We drive the varied gorge to Jvarboseli and try to be enchanted by the landscape and the inks. Overnight in Cesho. Driving distance about 80 km

3 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today we visit the remote mountain villages of Parsma, Girevi and Dano. We have river crossings and an optional short hike. This valley is one of the most beautiful spots in the country and in Girevi or Dano you feel very far away from the problems of the western world. Overnight in Chesho. Driving distance about 60 km

3 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Tusheti will grow on you in this short time. We now drive back to the Abano Pass and experience the valleys and natural spectacles of fog, hail, sun and rain from a different perspective. The descent down to Kakheti requires the highest level of concentration and skill. Return to Kakheti. Goodbye Dinner and overnight at an excellent Winery in Kakheti. Driving distance about 160 km

5 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Detour to the picturesque farmer’s bazaar in Telavi, where we can taste fruit, cheese, and local delicacies. The bazaar is full of photo opportunities and the farmers are just as curious as we are and have fun with us tourists. Over the Gombori Pass of 1690 meters we go through the picturesque landscapes of the Caucasian low mountains to Tbilisi. delivery of the wagons. Driving distance about 140 km
Overnight in Tbilisi.

Breakfast, Lunch
Day 10 :

Transfer to the airport. Departure


Our Services

Included Services

  • Travel organization
  • All transfers from/to Tbilisi
  • Rental car for 1-4 people including liability insurance and fully comprehensive insurance without excess.
  • Support vehicle with guide
  • Jeep tour according to the program with a German-speaking or English-speaking tour guide, subject to minor changes, especially in the case of difficult weather conditions
  • All overnight stays in small local hotels and inns in double rooms
  • 3 nights in Tbilisi, Hotel 3*
  • 3 nights in Signaghi/Vashlovani, guest house and bungalows
  • 2 nights in the wine region, winery
  • 3 nights in Tusheti, guest house
  • Full board, breakfast, snack or picnic, hot dinner
  • The fuel is not included. (Costs around EUR 230-250 for the tour, as of October 2022)

Not included services

  • Flights to/from Georgia
  • Damage to car tires (for a unrepairable damaged tire we charge 100$
  • Tips

Travel dates

August 11, 2024 Guaranteed €1.980
14 Available
September 1, 2024 Guaranteed €1.980
14 Available


Is a visa required for Georgia?

For most countries a visa is not required. You enter Georgia with your valid passport. A visa-free stay is currently possible for up to 364 days.
Please inform yourself for visa regulation for your specific country of origin.

Which driver's license do I need?

National and EU driving licenses are valid. You must be at least 21 years old to drive in our rental cars.

Is the fuel included?

The fuel is not included. For the route you have to reckon with fuel costs of around EUR 230-250 per vehicle for the entire tour. (Premium petrol per liter approx. 1.40 EUR, as of July 2022)

Which off-road vehicles are offered for the 4x4 jeep tour?

SUV Nissan Xterra 4.0 petrol or similar models with four-wheel drive and gear reduction.
As a rule, the vehicles have automatic transmission. Fuel consumption 11-14 liters per 100 km.
Third party liability coverage USD 50,000 and collision damage waiver with no excess.

Our rental cars have comprehensive insurance. However, the tires are not included. Damaged tires must be repaired at the nearest workshop at your own expense. If tires cannot be repaired due to cracks, we charge EUR 100.00 per tire

In which terrain is it driven?

Country roads and off-road tracks, occasionally short distances completely off-piste. Water is occasionally driven through. Uphill and downhill driving even in poor visibility such as rain or fog. In the mountains we sometimes only drive at speeds of 30-40 km/h, adapted to the weather, visibility and road conditions.

What's the weather like?

In the summer months from July to September it is summery warm 18 – 39 degrees Celsius, although it can be cool or rainy in the high mountains with temperatures of 15-30 degrees. We would be happy to send you a packing list as a recommendation.

How is the internet and mobile networks coverage in Georgia?

It’s pretty good in 95% of Georgia. There are a few remote places in Vashlovani and Tusheti where no coverage is yet available.

Travel Route

What our customer say

“Georgia is worth a trip. Tbilisi is a bustling capital that feels like a comparable southern European capital, with shops, restaurants and bars and a lively nightlife. The diverse landscapes from the steppe to the wine-growing region are also worth seeing. But the most impressive is Tusheti. Even the trip over the Abano Pass is an experience. The landscape up there combined with the very simple life of the people there impresses and decelerates.

Best regards

Achim Burrer
Tax consultant”


“We really liked the tour, Georgia is a very beautiful country and the tour was very well chosen.”

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4×4 Off-Road Jeep Tour Georgia
From €1.980
/ Adult
From €300
/ Single Driver Fair
From €280
/ Single room

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Heiner & Teona