Walking holidays in Georgia

Though it’s little known to western travellers, Georgia is one of the most visited countries in the South Caucasus, and it’s easy to see why.

For a nation no bigger than the Republic of Ireland, Georgia squeezes nine national parks into a stunning landscape that stretches from the looming peaks of the Caucasus Mountains to the forest-backed beaches of the Black Sea coast.

Our walking holidays in Georgia take you to the crossroads between Eastern Europe and Western Asia where natural wonders and history are done on a grand scale. We’ll spend time exploring the cobbled streets, colourful houses, and eclectic mix of architecture in Georgia’s cosmopolitan capital Tbilisi, but it’s beyond the city where you’ll really be wowed.

From the thundering Ushba waterfalls to Georgia’s highest peak, Shkhara (5,068m), this holiday introduces jaw-dropping natural sights and a host of UNESCO-listed treasures including the impressive 6th century Jvari Monastery and the mountain-backed Svetitskhoveli Cathedral.