Combined group tour to two South Caucasus countries – Azerbaijan and Georgia. You start the journey from Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, Sheki and continue the way to Georgia Tbilisi. Two highly-qualified and friendly guides will work for you. They will take you to the most remarkable historical and architectural monuments, UNESCO World Heritage Sights, special highlights, they will help you to choose delicious food and finest wines. Get acquainted with two different cultures, see the diversity of the traditions and visit the most unique and spectacular sights of these countries. The group is “Guaranteed to Run” after two people book the tour.
Price from: 630 USD
Accommodation: 3 nights in Baku, 1 night in Sheki, 4 nights in Tbilisi
DAY 1: Baku
DAY 2: Baku city tour
DAY 3: Baku -Gobustan-Fire Temple-Baku ( approx.120 km.)
DAY 4: Baku-Shamakhi-Sheki (approx. 300 km.)
DAY 5: Sheki -Lagodeghi-Signaghi-Tbilisi (approx.280km.)
DAY 6: Tbilisi-Mtskheta-Tbilisi (approx.60 km.)
DAY 7: Tbilisi-Ananuri-Kazbegi-Tbilisi (approx. 300km)
DAY 8: Tbilisi-Borjomi-Akhaltsikhe-Tbilisi (approx. 450 km.)
DAY 9: Tbilisi
The Prices includes:
* Professional Guide Service;
* Transportation during the whole tour & Local off-road jeeps in Kazbegi
*All entrance fees & Narikala cable tickets
* Entrance fees in Azerbaijan: Shaki Khan Palace
*Wine degustation & master class in Wine Cellar (baking bread, making churchkhela/ degustation desk (cheese, churchkhela, Georgian sweets, walnut)
* 7 Lunches & 7 Dinners
*Accommodation at 4/5 Star hotels with Breakfast according to the program
The Prices excludes:
*Early check-in or late check-out
*Entrance tickets: Heydar Aliyev Cultural Centre - 9 USD pp; Shirvanshah Palace - 9 USD pp; Maiden Tower - 9 USD pp
*Travel & Medical insurance
*The prices can be changed according to the dollar exchange at the time of booking.
* The indicated hotels may be replaced by similar ones.
*The hotels can be replaced with similar ones
* Company has the right to change excursion days and sequence of tourist sites, according to the weather and/or other force-majeure situations.