Six amazing things to do in the country of Georgia


The country of Georgia is situated in the east of Europe and seated between the countries of Russia, Turkey, and Azerbaijan; offering a vastly unique flavour of cultural exchanges, climate, and scenery. The ideal months to arrive in Georgia is during the months of July and August where hiking and relaxing in the Black Sea are among the most popular activities. However, there’s so much more to Georgia than just these two attractions – we’ve compiled six of the very best offerings the country of Georgia has to offer.

Holy Mountain, Tbilisi

If you want to see the Georgian capital in all its glory, a visit up to the Holy Mountain is an absolute must! A picturesque view that shows the cities juxtaposition, and a delicious cafe to enjoy some tasty Georgian treats for brunch whilst you admire the view!

Old Town, Tbilisi

A stroll through the old town shows Tbilisi in all its former glories and encapsulates a city rich with a long historical background in architecture and the arts. A beautiful part of town!

Echowaves Festival

Set in beachside Anaklia, Echowaves Festival is a newbie on the raver map, and this year it featured top dance music talent such as Solomun, Juan Atkins, Ben Klock, Marcel Dettmann, Blond:Ish, DJ Tennis and many more. Its setting is quaint and unique and is sure to be a mainstay on the festival circuit for many years to come!
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Martvili Canyon

A natural wonder, Martvili is located in the Samegrelo region, Western Georgia, 280km from Tbilisi. People visit it to enjoy the scenery, its waterfalls and take a boat trip along the river with its deep green color. A beautiful place to spend an afternoon and stay to enjoy a gorgeous sunset!

Georgian Naduri Ensemble

Visit the village Chuneshi, in the Tskaltubo municipality and meet a Georgian Naduri ensemble where you can be serenaded with singing, dancing, cheese, and wine. Also while there, take a look around the famous Georgian writer Niko Lortkipanidze house museum, a lovely little place!

Prometheus Cave, Kumistavi

Located in the Georgian town of Tskhaltubo, 20 km away from Kutaisi, in the West of the country, it’s the biggest cave in Georgia and must be the most elaborate by far. An array of LED colours and shapes, and a boat ride along the underground river to finish it off