Transfer (Airport Kutaisi-hotel Oasis-dinner)
Prometheus Cave – Georgian legends say that in this area the enraged gods chained the young man to the rock because of the delivery of divine fire to people.
The length of the cave is 11 km, with underground rivers and lakes, a depth of 20 m, t-14 *
A trip length of a kilometer, where the incredible beauty of stalactites and stalagmites.
Established in 1935 to protect the Sataplia Cave and dinosaur footprints found in the area, this visitor attraction recently benefited from a very attractive refurbishment of its Sataplia Cave visitor center.
Sataplia Cave is named after Sataplia Mountain, which gained its name from the local tradition of collecting honey from the bees that inhabit the mountain’s southern slope. Sataplia means ‘place of honey’. A Conservation Center and Museum have been constructed, together with glass walkways, viewing points, a cafeteria and other visitor amenities.
Okatse Canyon is situated in the village of Gordi, some 42 kilometers from Kutaisi. The length of the canyon is about 16 kilometers, its width ranges from 10 to 15 meters, and it is about 50 meters deep. Along the canyon you can find several waterfalls, one of which measures 70 meters high.
Kinchkha is a astonishing place with two waterfalls and canyon. It locates on altitude of 1000 miters and nature out there is amazing and refreshing. You can swim in canyon and make tents on the riverbank
Martvili is located in Samegrelo region, Western Georgia, 280km from Tbilisi. The Martvili Canyon is a natural wonder. It used to be a bath place for Georgian Nobles, Dadiani family. Now it represents a touristic site. People visit it to enjoy the scenery, its waterfalls and take a boat trip in the river with deep green color. Visitors can enjoy 300-meter boat tour on river Abasha and beautiful views of mountain river canyon.
Dadiani Palaces History and Architectural Museum is a Georgian national museum located in Zugdidi, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region, Georgia. The Dadiani Palaces History and Architecture Museum is considered to be one of the most eminent palaces in Caucasus.
Lechkhumi, Green Lake, Fishing (on trout) Rakcha waterfall, Hotel (in Kulbani)
Lechkhumi is a historical region in northwestern Georgia, which, together with Racha, is referred to as Georgian Switzerland … You can relax on the Green Lake, engage in fishing … In the hiking program, the Rakcha falls … and in the evening – to the Kulbani hotel.
Bagrati Cathedral was built in Kutaisi by King Bagrat lll in the Хl century in honor of the Dormition of the virgin. In 1994 the temple was included among the World Heritage sites (UNESCO).
The Botanical Garden is a place of rest among untouched nature, among exotic plants … Here is a chapel in an old age tree, the analogue of which exists in France and is a unique property of Georgia.
Gelati is a medieval monastic complex near Kutaisi, in the Imereti region of western Georgia. A masterpiece of the Georgian Golden Age, Gelati was founded in 1106 by King David IV of Georgia and is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
It signifies the value of the Georgian christian orthodox religion. Inside the monastery is full of murals and an abundance amount imagery surrounding the interior of the church. It was one of the first monastery in Georgia and adds great value to the Georgian culture and beauty.
On the territory of the monastery is the building of the Gelati Academy, which was the largest educational center of medieval Georgia and which, because of its high level of education, was called “Second Athens”.
Motsameta – a monastery built after the invasion of the Caliph Damascus Murvan deaf. The brothers – Prince David and Konstantin Mkheidze managed to win the small battles against the Caliph, after which they were captured and refused to renounce the Christian faith, for which they were tortured, thrown into the river with stones on the neck, and the voice of God told them to carry them to the ruins of the church, where in 1040 King Bagrat built the Motsameta monastery from the word “Motsame”, the martyr (in Georgian).