A self-drive tour where you will discover the beautiful country of Georgia in 7 days!
Experience the Georgian capital Tbilisi, the wine region of Kakheti and the Greater Caucasus around Mount Kazbek. A perfect trip to discover Georgia and it’s people.
Seven unforgettable days that give you vivid impressions of the Republic of Georgia so that you can form your own perspective on life in this exciting region of the South Caucasus.
No visa is required for Georgia for most countries.
You can book this trip for any desired travel date.
On our self-drive trips we plan your itinerary in coordination with your ideas and wishes, book a suitable 4×4 rental car for you, organize local guides who are knowledgeable, reserve all hotels and inns.
English language is today widely spoken in Georgia, especially with the younger Georgians below 40. Communication isn’t a problem anymore. Georgia has fast and cheap mobile and internet networks.
We will meet you on day one for coffee and snacks at our office in Tbilisi Old Town to sort out the final practical issues before your trip to Georgia’s countryside.
Contact us for an offer. The form for this can be found at the bottom of this page.
You can book this trip with us at any time on your preferred date. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +995 599 570554!
This 7-days tour give you the opportunity to discover the capital Tbilisi, the beautifully diverse Eastern Wine region of Kakheti, the north of Georgia with the Greater Caucasus around Mount Kazbegi in Stepantsminda, as well as the ancient Georgian capital of Mtskheta.
If seven days are not enough we gladly extend your itinerary with additional days and destinations or shorten this tour on desire. You may want to have a look on our 14-days Georgia Self-drive tour too.
- Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia
- The steppe region at David Garedji Monastery
- The city of love Signaghi
- Kakheti and the lower part of Lagodekhi National Park
- Telavi, Tsinandali and overnight at a winery
- The Georgian Military Road, Stepantsminda, the Kazbek and the village of Juta at the Chaukhi massif
- The old Georgian capital Mtskheta.