Georgia: The Undiscovered Gem in the Crown of Eurasia


Bridging the space between the snow-capped peaks of the Caucasus and the sultry coastline of the Black Sea, Georgia is a nation unlike any other.

An enchanting blend of East and West, of ancient traditions and futuristic aspirations, the country exudes an ageless charm that seeps into your soul.

It is the unexplored jewel of Eurasia, a place of heartfelt hospitality, sublime landscapes, and a history that stretches back thousands of years.


When one conjures up images of Georgia, the first that comes to mind is its majestic mountain ranges. From the icy summits of Mount Shkhara to the emerald slopes of the Tusheti National Park, these natural wonders form a spectacular backdrop for adventurous hikes, winter sports, and tranquil moments of contemplation. Within their sheltering grasp lie hidden villages where ancient customs and traditions are still part of everyday life.

Georgia's rich past unfolds in the labyrinthine streets of its cities. In Tbilisi, the capital, contemporary buildings rub shoulders with Orthodox churches, medieval fortresses, and hot sulfur bathhouses. In Kutaisi, you can wander through ancient monasteries or explore the legendary Prometheus Cave. And in the port city of Batumi, a blend of European charm and Black Sea mystery awaits.

Then there's the taste of Georgia, quite literally. As the birthplace of wine, with 8,000 years of viticulture, Georgia's wineries invite you to indulge in rich reds and aromatic whites. Pair it with a Georgian feast, or "supra," replete with khachapuri (cheese-filled bread), succulent grilled meats, and more varieties of tkemali (plum sauce) than you can imagine.

For a short video introduction of Georgia, click below

Visa Requirements
Many nationals can visit Georgia visa-free for up to one year. Visitors are encouraged to check the current regulations pertaining to their specific country before travel.

The currency of Georgia is the Georgian Lari (GEL). Credit cards are widely accepted in cities, but it's useful to carry cash for smaller establishments and rural areas.

The official language of Georgia is Georgian. English, Russian, and other languages are also spoken, especially in larger cities and tourist areas.

WiFi and SIM Cards
Georgia is known for its excellent internet connectivity. Free WiFi is common in public areas, cafes, and hotels. For mobile connectivity, you can purchase a local SIM card from companies such as Magti, Geocell, or Beeline.

Health and Safety
Healthcare facilities in Georgia are satisfactory in cities but can be limited in rural areas. It's advisable to have travel insurance covering medical expenses. Georgia is generally safe, but as with any travel, stay aware of your surroundings, especially in crowded areas.


       Last but not least

Here's another tip (or trick, you decide): For a remarkable journey, travel along the Georgian Military Highway, a historic route linking Tbilisi, Georgia to Vladikavkaz, Russia. Not only is it a significant passage, but it offers some of the most dramatic and breathtaking views of the Caucasus Mountains you will ever see. Buckle up for an epic road trip!