Take this adventure and explore the wine-producing region of Georgia - Kakheti. Taste Georgian wine, traditional bread, drink Chacha, study how to make famous dish Khachapuri, and feel the unique culture and history of this place.
Meet the best team at Traveler's Meeting Point
Taste Georgian Delicious bread & cheese & Chaca
Bodbe's St. Nino's Convent
Sighnaghi - City of Love
The Great Wall of Georgia
A private, professional guide service
Pick up and Drop off from the hotel
Private transportation service
All entrance fees
Wine tasting and tour in Kindzmarauli Winery
Wine Tasting and tour in Khareba Winery
A bottle of water
Start your morning at Traveler's Meeting Point. Meet team members, enjoy your coffee there, listen to good music and get full of positive emotions. Then, after a quick check-in procedure, you get in a comfortable, new, air-conditioned car with a safe driver, a professional fun guide, and new friends. On the way to Kakheti, we stop in the village Badiauri and take a chance to join the process of making delicious Georgian bread. After Badiauri, it's time for a city adventure and sightseeing - Visit a significant cultural sight, Bodbe Nunnery, for Georgians - a nunnery connected to the adoption of Christianity. Then, discover an enchanting city of love, Sighnaghi, with its wonderful Alazani valley. A place with unusually peculiar architecture, charming houses, cobblestone streets, defensive walls, and spectacular views of the Caucasus range. All these stunning views from Alazani valley, an area covered by beautiful flowers, bushes, and vineyards. The splendid scenery of the incredibly romantic little town that will touch everybody's hearts - will not leave you without impressions. Now everyone is hungry and looking forward to having an authentic Georgian lunch; we start with a masterclass, making the traditional dish Khachapuri. Next, have a proper lunch with a fantastic view. After one hour of driving, you will have the possibility to try the best Georgian wine in the country's best winery - based on ancient traditions, preserving unique wine culture, and producing wine by using old methods and the newest technologies.