Local tour guide in Georgia
Tour operator ASA / DMC GEORGIA is a travel company with new ideas and dynamic management. We have 14 years experience of working in tourism as an international tour operator, and in 2005 the department of the reception of foreign tourists to Georgia was opened.
We offer the following services:
organizing ...(read more)special interest tours,
incentive tours and individual trips.
a variety of group and individual tours.
historical and religious tours.
Organization of corporate events.
Book hotels and hotel buildings.
hire of buses and cars.
Travel all over the world
My perfect day
Just a perfect day :)
I have traveled to
Germany, Italy, Greece, Alps
English, Georgian, Germany, Russian.
I am currently
working in travel company ASA.
Day 1 o Meeting group at the airport. Transfer to the Hotel o Check in into Hotel o Breakfast in the Hotel o Drive to Kakheti Region, David Gareji monastery o Visit of David Gareji Monastery and trekking up to caves. o Drive to Town Signaghi o Free time for lunch o Visit of Town Signaghi, hotels in Signaghi o Wine degustation in local family wine cellar o Drive to town Telavi, overnight in local family guesthouse Day 2 o Breakfast o Visit of Tsinandali residence o Drive to Tbilisi o Time for rest o Visit of Hotels in Tbilisi o Guided tour of Tbilisi –Central Square and Rustveli Avenue; Old Tbilisi: fortress Narikala IV cc, Sulfur Bathes, Meidan, plateau Metekhi; Saint Trinity cathedral, known as the highest Orthodox Church in Europe; etc o Dinner in the restaurant with Georgian traditional dishes/wine folklore songs and dances. Day 3 o Breakfast in Hotel o One day tour to the northern Caucasus Region o Guided tour to the ancient Capital of Georgia - Mt
Overall guest satisfaction
What can I tell you about a magic city Tbilisi, or Tibilisi… if it seems easier to pronounce… not so much… all I can do is to re-tell all the whispers and breath of the city, all I’ve hared while wondering in narrow, ruined streets in Old Tbilisi with lots of balconies hanging all over, balconies sometimes bigger that the house itself… So called “Italian Yards” whispered me some tales about b... (read more)