Georgia Tour Eid Al Adha 2024-2025

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    د.إ 2,950.00


Georgia Tour Eid Al Adha- 15 June to 18 June 2024 from Sharjah with Air Arabia

Enjoy a mesmerising trip to Georgia during Eid Al Adha 2024, through this magical place where the ancient meets the contemporary, where natural beauty merges perfectly with rich history and lively culture. Georgia is a secret treasure just waiting to be found, tucked away at the meeting point of Europe and Asia.

Tripfinder’s itinerary offers an incredible journey with breathtaking scenery, historical treasures, and mouthwatering cuisine in just 3 nights and 4 days. Georgia has an array of captivating features, ranging from the imposing peaks of the Caucasus Mountains to the beautiful Black Sea beaches.

Get ready to be mesmerised by the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, experience the graciousness of Georgian people, and savour the mouthwatering tastes of regional cuisine. Whatever your interests—nature lovers, history buffs, gourmets—Georgia has plenty to offer everyone. Come along with us as we discover the splendours of breathtaking Georgia and make lifelong memories. Prepare yourself for an extraordinary voyage filled with exploration, excitement, and unmatched beauty.

Eid Al Adha Special Georgia Travel Package 2024

15-June-2024 to 18-June-2024- From Sharjah Air Arabia

Dept Dest Flight Time Time
Sharjah Tblisi G9291 08:10 11:25
Tblisi Sharjah G9294 17:30 20:35



Departure Date Adult Single Child (6 - 11yr) Child (2 - 5yr) Infant Seats Book
15-June-2024 د.إ 2,899.00 د.إ 3,399.00 د.إ 2,799.00 د.إ 2,699.00 د.إ 690.00 30
Departure Date15-June-2024
Adultد.إ 2,899.00
Singleد.إ 3,399.00
Child (6 - 11yr)د.إ 2,799.00
Child (2 - 5yr)د.إ 2,699.00
Infantد.إ 690.00


15-18 June 2024- Georgia Tour


  • Welcome to Tbilisi. Upon arrival at Tbilisi International Airport at 11:25 a.m.
  • Meeting and transport (30-minute drive) to the hotel in Tbilisi.
  • Hotel check-in (before 15:00, depending on availability)
  • A visit to the Old Tbilisi On the excursion, you will go to:

Metekhi Church: In the fifth century, the valiant King Vakhtang Gorgasali ordered the construction of this church with an engraved cross. It is strikingly situated on a cliff with a view of the Mtkvari River. The important rocky outcrop above the Metekhi Bridge is home to the iconic Metekhi Church and the 1960s horse-drawn monument of King Vakhtang Gorgasali. When Vakhtang Gorgasali declared Tbilisi his capital in the fifth century, he constructed his palace and the first church at this location. The current church has undergone several reconstructions since it was established between 1278 and 1289 by King Demetre Tavdadebuli (the Self-Sacrificing). The structure is believed to be a replica of the church constructed on this location in the 12th century by King David the Builder, which was destroyed in 1235 by the Mongols.


Narikala Fortress is a historic stronghold with a view over Tbilisi. Savour the view of the cityscape. Standing tall as a Persian castle in the Old Town skyline, Narikala was built in the fourth century. The Arab emirs, whose palace was located inside the stronghold, constructed the majority of the walls in the eighth century. Georgians, Turks, and Persians later took Narikala and rebuilt it, but in 1827, a massive explosion of Russian artillery housed here destroyed the whole structure, leaving just its walls mainly intact. Today, it is a pretty lovely ruin.


In the 1990s, the Church of St. Nicholas within the citadel underwent reconstruction. Taking the cable car from Rike Park to Narikala is the preferred method. Alternatively, you may use the Betlemi Stairs, which start at Lado Asatiani Qucha in Sololaki, or stroll up from Meidan. From the summit of the stronghold, there are fantastic views over Tbilisi.


Chardin Street, named after French artist Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin, is a popular meeting place in Tbilisi known for its fancy cafes, clubs, art salons, and galleries. Shardeni Street, a small walking street in the Upper Kala district, is a centre of cultural and social life, featuring art galleries, handmade items, bars, and restaurants. It is a popular destination for contemporary Georgian artists, shopping, and music. The street is known for its dark basement, which existed in the late Middle Ages. In 2002, street renovations began, and it now houses numerous cultural and entertainment establishments.


The Sulphur Old Baths: Built in the 17th century, these historic buildings with intriguing shops and old homes offer a touch of Old Tbilisi. They feature underground pavilions topped by distinctive red brick domes that stream steam from the hot springs below, creating a mystical ambiance.


In the 5th century, Georgian king Vakhtang Gorgasali built a city near the sulphur springs in Abanotubani sulphur bathhouses. Abanotubani, built by Georgian king Vakhtang Gorgasali in the 5th century, became a centre of Georgian social life. After being destroyed by Iranian ruler Agha Mohammad Khan in 1795, they remain a highlight of Tbilisi, offering affordable, authentic Georgian experiences. The district, near Narikala Fortress, features Meidan Bazaar, Metekhi Church, and Betlemi Street.


Peace Bridge: The Peace Bridge in Tbilisi, located on the Mtkvari River, connects Erekle II Street and Rike. Designed by Michele de Luca and Philippe Martino, it features a glass bridge with a 150-square-metre awning and 156 metres of path. The bridge is a symbol of renewed Tbilisi and is a popular destination for visitors. The bridge is supported by four steel columns and has up to 50,000 light bulbs for nighttime lighting. The total cost of the bridge was 12.5 million GEL, allocated by the city budget.
  • Mtshketa visit, and then back to the hotel.

Mtskheta, also known as “Little Jerusalem,” is a historic Georgian town with a rich cultural and religious history. Founded by Mtskhetos in the 1st millennium BCE, it was proclaimed the capital of the Kartli Kingdom by King Parnavaz in the 4th century BCE. Despite being no longer a capital, Mtskheta remains a vital cultural and religious centre in modern-day Georgia, known for its cosmopolitan population and religious tolerance. Its city-museum status is due to its abundance of ancient churches and monuments.

Overnight stay at the hotel.



  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • 09:00 transfer to Kazbegi (3-hour drive)
  • Visit Ananuri Fortress, built in the mediaeval period and overlooking the Zhinvali infinity water reservoir.

Ananuri Fortress, located 66km north of Tbilisi, is a Georgian architectural marvel with stunning views of the Zhinvali Reservoir. It was once home to the Eristavis of Aragvi, who ruled from the 13th to the 18th centuries. The fortress features two 17th-century churches, including the Assumption Church, with stone carvings and frescoes. The fortress’s last defenders were killed in 1739.


Zhinvali infinity water reservoir, located in Georgia’s Mtskheta-Mtaineti region, is a popular tourist destination with an Ananuri complex and a flooded 12th-century Church of the Cross. The reservoir offers stunning views, a chance to unwind, and is crucial for Tbilisi’s water supply. With a surface area of 11.5 km2 and a maximum depth of 75 m, it supplies drinking water to about half of the city’s population.

  • 12:00 stop at the Gudauri friendship monument
  • The Gudauri friendship monument, located 4km north of Gudauri, features tiled murals and stunning valley views, despite potential soured Georgia-Northern relations since 1983.
  • Transfer to Kazbegi
  • 14:00 4×4 Jeep Tour to Gergeti Trinity Church


Gergeti Trinity, located in Kazbegi municipality, is a popular tourist destination in Georgia. The Trinity Church, built in the 14th century during the ascension of the Georgian Church, is located on the left side of the village of Gergeti, which was previously cultivated on the left side of the river Tergi. The temple’s name is attributed to its location, which was later cultivated on the right side of the historic gorge of Stepantsminda. The Trinity was also the refuge of the “Mtskheta Jewellery” and a sacred relic of Georgian Christians, the Cross of St. Nino. The church was also the site of the chronicle “Mosakhsenebeli sultai,” Reminiscent of the Soul. Visitors should respect the monastery’s rules, including wearing a dress, covering their hair with a headscarf, and not entering the area in shorts.

  • The visitors will take in the amazing sights.
  • Return to Tbilisi for the day.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel.


  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • At 10:00, check out and proceed to the Kakheti region (2-hour drive).
  • Visiting Bodbe, the burial place of St. Nino

The Bodbe Monastery, built on Saint Nino’s burial place, was a significant Georgian king’s residence. It underwent numerous repairs and restorations, with scribes like Zakaria Bodbeli, Onofre Bodbeli, Ioane Jorjadze, David Bodbeli, and Ioane Makashvili contributing to its history. In 1889, it became a church, and in the 20s, it underwent extensive restoration under Metropolitan Sighnaghi and Kiziki Ioane Makashvili.

  • Continue onward to Sighanghi, the city of love.
  • Time to explore the lovely city in a romantic atmosphere

Sighnaghi and Kakheti, Georgia’s ancient viticulture region, are known for their delicious food and hospitality. The region’s Mediterranean climate provides ideal conditions for grape cultivation. Sighnaghi is a picturesque mediaeval town with stunning mountain views, ancient monasteries, and churches. It was originally built as a fortress, protecting the city from invasions. The city is also known for its wedding house, making it a popular destination for couples seeking a romantic getaway.

  • Visit the wine factory to taste the wines.
  • Back to Tbilisi
  • Stay at a hotel in Tbilisi


Breakfast at the hotel; free time until you depart for the airport; return home after a memorable journey.


  • If the cancellation is received prior to 45 days or more of departure, 10% of the holiday amount is non-refundable, plus full cancellation for non-refundable tickets.
  • If cancelled 44–31 days prior to departure, the non-refundable booking amount plus 25% of the holiday cost plus non-refundable tickets will be deducted.
  • If the holiday is cancelled 30–20 days prior to departure The non-refundable booking amount plus 50% of the holiday cost will be deducted. Non-refundable ticket
  • If the trip is cancelled 20–15 days prior to departure, the non-refundable booking amount plus 75% of the holiday cost plus non-refundable tickets will be deducted.
  • If the trip is cancelled 15 days prior to departure, 100% of the total amount will be deducted. For non-refundable tickets, the entire amount of the ticket will be deducted.

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    There will not be any refund for any unutilized service or sightseeing.
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  • In case of unavailability in the mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel.
    Any meals and services not mentioned in the itinerary are not included.
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  • Check-in to the hotel is always 1400–1600 hours, and check-out is always 1100–1200 hours. Early check-in and late checkout are subject to availability unless otherwise specified in the inclusion column.
  • No refund is provided by the hotel for late check-in or early check-out.
  • Activities are optional: Ex: paragliding, skiing, etc.
  • Strict cancellation policy will apply, and no waiver or refund is possible in case of deportation or any other reason for no show.
  • Passports must have a minimum 6-month validity for UAE residents. Permit good to maintain a minimum of 1 month Valid
  • Entrance fees are optional unless mentioned in inclusions.

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