Georgia is a crossroads of Europe and Asia. On one side, it shares the border with four countries - Azerbaijan, Armenia, Turkey and Russia and on the other side, it has the beautiful and famous black sea. Georgia is famous not just for its geography, but also for its warm hospitality, safety and culture. If you are looking for a safe and relaxing holiday, Georgia is right up there!
Connectivity To Georgia
Georgia is well connected by air, road, sea and rail transport. The capital of Georgia, Tbilisi has an international airport and receives traffic from all parts of the world. All major airlines have services to Georgia. You can even reach by train from Baku in Azerbaijan and Yerevan in Armenia. If you wish to cruise you can arrive at Poti and Batumi.
Know Your Georgia
Telephone Code: +995
Languages: Georgian, Azerbaijani and other international languages
Currency: Georgian lari
Visa: Visa-free for UAE citizens/residents for one year
Weather: Average high temperature - 30 degrees Celsius; average low temperature - four degrees Celsius
Best time to visit: May, June, September
Clothing & Personal Care: Cotton and linen during summers and thick clothing for winters. Good shoes are a bonus!
Must-Do Things In Georgia
Visit Tbilisi - The capital city where modernity meets history is on the bucket list for tourists. Enjoy the centuries-old architecture or fall in love with the quirky buildings. With it’s a perfect base camp to explore nearby mountains, deserts and vineyards of Georgia.
Visit Jvari Monastery - Situated Mtskheta that is just a few miles from Tbilisi is a UNESCO world heritage site that you don’t want to miss.
Visit Borjomi - Borjomi is known for its iconic mineral water! Come and get a taste of it right from the source for a first-of-its-kind experience.
Visit Kazbegi - Want to experience Georgia’s spectacular snow-capped mountains without going too far away from the city? Kazbegi fits the bill perfectly.
Visit Chiatura - Chiatura was once an industrial town where manganese was mined. If you dare, go for a ride on Stalin’s ropeway for a thrilling experience!
Visit Kakheti - Many of us may not know that Georgia is one of the oldest wine-making places in the world. 70% of Georgian wine is produced in Kakheti. Known for its vineyards, it is a good place to go for a stroll and learn more about Georgian wines.
Taste Georgian Wine - Talking about wines, how can you not taste some? Georgian wines are not your regular wine. It’s weird, it’s wild, it’s got a character!
Trek in Caucasian Mountains - Georgia is a paradise if you love trekking. Be it a single-day walk or a multi-day trek Georgia has got you covered!
Local Delicacies - Georgian cuisines are the most underrated cuisines. Pamper your tastebuds with Khachapuri, Khinkali, Lobio and many others
Now that we’ve given you enough reasons to plan your next trip to Georgia, it’s time to tap book now so that we can see you on the other side. Ready. Steady. Georgia. Happy Holidays!!