Borjomi/Bakuriani Private Full Day Tour from Tbilisi

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  • 10.2 hr

Itinerary: - Green (Mtsvane) Monastery, between the 9th-10th centuries, Green Monastery of St. George is nestled in the beautiful Borjomi valley. The church is constructed from special stones which have a green coloring to them, with some being darker and some lighter. - Borjomi Central Park, most remarkable virtues of Borjomi are its striking nature and unique mineral waters. One of the best places to experience this is the “Mineral Water Park” of Borjomi. - Borjomi-Bakuriani railway and a legendary “Kukushka” are in Georgian intangible cultural heritage list. You can see amazing Borjomi Gorge that is beautiful and attractive at any time of the year. You will feel like you are in the magical forest which you could see only in your dreams. - Bakuriani ski resort is a great place for family holiday, skiing and snowboarding skills, and experiencing Georgian winter. The climate here is mild as Bakuriani is in a transition zone between continental and coastal climate.

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Stop At: Borjomi Central Park

Borjomi is a resort town in central Georgia. It's known for its mineral waters, with springs in Borjomi Central Park. Defined by its striking exterior, the Romanov Palace contains ornate furniture and a billiards room. Nearby, trails wind through the vast wilderness of Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park. In the park, the centuries-old Mtsvane Monastery (Green Monastery) is made of green-tinged stones.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Green (Mtsvane) Monastery

Built between the 9th-10th centuries, the Chitakhevi Monastery of St. George (the Green Monastery) is nestled in the beautiful Borjomi valley, 13 kilometers from the town of Borjomi. The church is constructed from special stones which have a green coloring to them, with some being darker and some lighter.

Duration: 1 hour

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Bakuriani is a daba and a skiing resort in the Borjomi district of Georgia. It is located on the northern slope of the Trialeti Range, at an elevation of 1,700 meters (5,576 feet) above sea level. The region around Bakuriani is covered by coniferous forests (mainly made up of spruce). The resort lies 30 km (19 mi) from Borjomi and is located within the so-called Bakuriani Depression/caldera. The resort is connected with Borjomi by an electrified narrow-gauge railway. The present-day area of the town was built up by the lava flows from the Mukheri volcano. The highest mountain of the resort used for skiing is called Mount Kohta at around 2,200 meters (7,216 feet) above sea level. The climate of Bakuriani is transitional from humid maritime to relatively humid continental. The winters are cold and experience significant snowfall while the summers are long and warm. Average annual temperature of the town is 4.3 degrees Celsius. The average temperature in January is -7.3 degrees Celsius while the average August temperature is 15 degrees Celsius.

Duration: 2 hour
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