Georgia with Azerbaijan from Dubai

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    د.إ 5,590.00


Azerbaijan and Georgia have been competing in terms of religious, geopolitical, ethnic, linguistic and cultural identities for a long time. However, although the countries are different for several reasons, they share similarities regarding Russian, Turkish and Persian influences. Our Georgia and Azerbaijan tour package from Dubai will unveil the architectural extravaganza and natural beauty of both these destinations and give you an out-of-the-world travel experience. Our tour package is of 9 nights and ten days, which is more than enough to cover all the famous tourist spots of both countries. Here you will spend one night in Gudauri, four nights in Baku and four nights in Gabala.


Now, let’s look more into its details. Our Georgia and Azerbaijan tour package from Dubai covers the following:


  • Flight tickets from Dubai
  • Baggage worth 20Kg
  • Airport pick-up and drop
  • 4-star accommodation
  • 1N Stay at Hotel Marcopolo Gudauri or similar. You will be provided with 3 Family Rooms
  • 4N Stay at Hotel Gold Tbilisi or similar with 3 Family Rooms
  • 4N Stay at Hotel Parkway inn Baku or similar, and has two interconnecting rooms for each family
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Kazbegi Gudauri tour in a 4×4 Jeep along with Mtskheta tour
  • Dashbashi canyon tour and evening city tour. Dinner at Tbilisi’s Tsiskvili family restaurant, along with a folk show
  • Full-day Kutaisi Tour+ entrance
  • Mtshketa Old Tbilisi
  • Kazbegi 4×4 Jeep
  • Full-day Khaketi tour + wine taste
  • Professional English Speaking Guide
  • Baku city tour
  • Quba tour- Qecres Forest, Nugedi Lake, Shahdağ Tourism Complex
  • Shahdag Tour
  • Gabala Tour+ Cable Car
  • Absheron and Gobustan Tour
  • Entrance Baku: Fire Temple, Fire Mountain, two lines cable car, Gobustan Museum, mud volcanoes, Zipline in Shahdag
  • 1 Local Lunch at Baku with a better view
  • Travel Insurance
  • Private Tours and Transfers – Mercedez Sprinter or similar
  • All Taxes
  • Refreshments during travel
  • Domestic flight to Tbilisi and Baku
  • E Visa to Azerbaijan


Package cost

AED 5590.00 Per adult on Double sharing basis

AED 5490.00 Per adult on Triple sharing basis

AED 6490.00 Per adult on Single sharing basis

AED 5290.00 Per child with bed

AED 4590.00 Per child with no bed

AED 1100.00 Per Infant


Departure Date Adult Single Child (6 - 11yr) Child (2 - 5yr) Infant Seats Book
د.إ 5,590.00 د.إ 6,490.00 د.إ 5,290.00 د.إ 4,590.00 د.إ 1,100.00
Departure Date
Adultد.إ 5,590.00
Singleد.إ 6,490.00
Child (6 - 11yr)د.إ 5,290.00
Child (2 - 5yr)د.إ 4,590.00
Infantد.إ 1,100.00


Daywise Tour Plan for our 10 Days Tour Package

Day 1: Arrive in Tbilisi- Enjoy the beauty of Georgia and Gudauri – Path through the Dariali Gorge- Stay at Gudauri

Upon arriving in Tbilisi, you will be greeted by our representative. He is a professional tour guide and will lead you to Ananuri Fortress, a former residence of the Argveti Dukes. It is a vast complex comprising churches and towers dating back to the XVI-XVII CC. While passing by Ananuri Castle Complex, you will come across Jhinvali water reservoir, Stepantsminda, and Dariali Gorge. Its cliff faces stand at the height of 1,000 metres, and it has medieval watchtowers, waterfalls and wildlife, making it one of the hot tourist spots in the world. The steep valleys on either side of the gorge are ideal for birdwatching. Eagles, hawks and massive griffon vultures inhabit the rocky outcrops. Also, note that you should visit Kazbegi after analysing the weather conditions. You will be staying overnight at Gudauri.


Day 2: Kazbegi-Gudauri Sightseeing–Mtshketa Old City Tour

You will be having breakfast at hotel Kazbegi. It is an ideal place to take a break before going to Kazbegi. Kazbegi has a stunning view where you will be lots of Instagrammable photos. It is famous for ice climbing and mountaineering and is open to tourists almost throughout the year. Here you will have magnificent views from the church Mt Kazbeg and Stepantsminda. Sepantsminda is charming and serves as a base camp for exploring the region further. There are several guesthouses here, and the natives happily treat you like their family members. While enjoying its scenic beauty and the breathtaking views of Kazbeg, you can see the third-highest mountain in Georgia. Various myths and religious traditions surround the place.


During the Mtskheta tour, you will discover its oldest architectural buildings and churches. Your first destination is Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, the biggest in town, built in the fifth century. Here you can see many treasures and relics of the Georgian Orthodox Church inside the Cathedral. You will also visit Jvari Monastery, one of the most outstanding monuments of medieval Georgia, situated on the rocky mountaintop at the intersection of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers, which overlook the whole of the ancient town of Mtskheta.


Mtskheta is one of the ancient cities in the country and its first capital. The city is located among rocky mountains at the meeting point of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers. The historical monuments of

Mtskheta is a Unesco World Heritage Site. The city is just a few kilometres away from Tbilisi. It is famous for various Georgian religious, historical and cultural sites and is often called the “Second Jerusalem”. It is the only place in Georgia where so many important historical monuments lie harmoniously within proximity. It is the birth palace of Christianity and also where it got recognition as becoming the state religion of Georgia. Its main attraction is the Svetithkhoveli Cathedral, whose name is translated as “the Living Pillar(სვეტი ცხოველი)”. According to history, it is the place where the legendary Christ’s Robe or Christ’s Mantle is buried. You can also find many treasures and relics of the Georgian Orthodox Church within the Cathedral. As per the Georgian tradition, in the first century, a Georgian Jew from Mtskheta named Elias was in Jerusalem. It was the time of the crucifixion of Jesus. He bought Jesus’ robe from a Roman soldier at Golgotha and brought it back to Georgia. On his return to his native city, Elias was welcomed by his sister Sidonia who, upon touching the robe, died immediately from the emotions engendered by the holy object. However, the robe could not be removed from her grasp, so she was buried along with it. Her burial place is preserved in the Cathedral, where she lies peacefully along with Christ’s robes. It is the primary residence of the Georgian Orthodox Church.



Jvari Monastery of the Holy Cross VI century, located on a mountaintop at the confluence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers,

overlooking the ancient town of Mtskheta is one of the famous monuments of medieval Georgia. The view from the top is simply mesmerising. It is said that there was once a pagan temple on the monastery’s site. Once Christianity came into existence in Georgia in the early IV century, here, at the mountain’s peak, Saint Nino erected a large wooden cross, destroying the pagan temple symbolising the baptism of Georgia. According to history, the cross performed miracles and attracted pilgrims from all over the Caucasus. A small church was built over the remnants of the wooden cross with the name “Small Church of Jvari(გადმონაშთი)”. The current building, or “Great Church of Jvari”, is said to be constructed later. It is said that the churches throughout Georgia were repeatedly destroyed during different invasions, but Jvari remained untouched. Jvari monastery is one of the most remarkable achievements of ancient Georgian architecture. And so it is one of the most famous monuments of Georgia even today and stands as a living example of national genius. Jvari has been a World Heritage Site since 1994. You will be staying overnight at the Hotel in Tbilisi.


DAY 3: Tsalka- Dashbani Canyon- Evening Tbilisi City tour- Dinner at Tsiskvili Family Restaurant in Tbilisi with Folk Show

After having breakfast at the hotel, your 6-hour tour starts at 10:00 am from the hotel reception. Next, you will head to one of the most

the beautiful and natural resort, Dashbashi Canyon, has a 240-meter-long (787 feet) glass bridge with a diamond-shaped bar suspended in the centre. It was unveiled at Dashbashi Canyon, around two hours drive from the capital city of Tbilisi. The enormous transparent structure, which stands tall at 280 meters (approximately 919 feet), is widespread across the natural monument, offering spectacular views of its stunning waterfalls and caves. However, the main attraction of the bridge is its multi-level bar, placed at its highest point, which is said to be the most significant and tallest hanging structure in the world. The venue is reportedly under the consideration of the Guinness World Records. Also, it has a zip line, where tourists can bike across the canyon and use it as a cliff “swing”.


The project, which cost around $40 million, aims to create an extreme, exciting, and unforgettable experience for the guests that will stay imprinted in their memory forever. Tsalka (Dashbash) Canyon natural monument is a canyon carved by Ktsia (Khrami) River in the stream bed. It cuts through the volcanogenic rocks of the Dashbash volcanic plateau and stands out due to its uniqueness and biodiversity. It is located at 1,110-1,448 m above sea level. The Dashbashi waterfall, hidden in the greenery, attracts many visitors with its splendid beauty. People also love this place because it is easy and effortless to reach here. 240 Metre-long Diamond bridge blends well with the surroundings, and its 360-degree view offers an unforgettable adventure to its visitors.

Amidst the diamond-shaped structure on the bridge lies the Diamond 360⁰ Cafe, which will hold a position in the Guinness Book of Records, with the status of the tallest restaurant hanging on the bridge. Here you can find both Diamond Restaurant and Diamond Garden Café within the same premises. Before visiting restaurants, you can hike down the 1.5 km trail, leading you to the canyon and the river. In addition, a bicycle Zip Line is stretched below the glass bridge, where you can have an unforgettable bike ride.


You will be staying overnight at a hotel in Tbilisi. Tbilisi is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, which is open to the public almost throughout the year and remains the same every time you visit her. It is a combination of the original architecture and natural beauty and emits charm and colour to everything around it. Every street unveils new secrets before you, and each building has some history. This beautiful city has many narrow streets, famous balconies, patios and ancient churches. Georgia lies between Europe and Asia in the incredibly diverse Caucasian region, and Tbilisi is a perfect example of Georgian culture, history, and architecture. When you fly into Tbilisi, you won’t realise the time or place as you will be so immersed in its beauty. Tbilisi has unique Italian courtyards and intricate architectural churches. And hence pheasant is a symbol of Tbilisi. The houses matching the belief are located on the slopes of the mountains, arranged in terraces one above another, closely adjoining each other. Next, you will be touring Mtskheta, another city of Georgia, which was once the capital of the early Georgian Kingdom and remains the headquarters of the Georgian Orthodox church. Your dinner is arranged at Tsiskvili Famouset Restaurant Tbilisi, along with the folk show. You will be staying overnight at a hotel in Tbilisi.


Day 4: Full-day Kakheti Kingdom of Vineyard and wine tasting

After breakfast at the hotel, you will travel to Kakheti, the motherland of wine. It is the region where Georgia’s first wines were produced almost 8000 years ago. Kakheti is often acknowledged as the ‘Cradle of Wine’ and is famous worldwide for its traditional winemaking centres. This tour will also introduce you to one of Georgia’s ancient landscapes filled with many architectural gems, including churches, monasteries, historical monuments etc. You will also have the opportunity to tour its pleasant rolling hills and ancient fertile vineyards.

The first stop of your Kakheti Excursion will be Bodbe Monastery, the resting place of the revered 4th-century apostle, St. Nino. Facing the stunning Alazani Valley, this 9th-century Orthodox Monastic Complex is now a nunnery placed on a hillside, with the most picturesque views of the Caucasus Mountains in the background. You can visit St. Nino’s tomb, stroll around its tranquil gardens with tall pine trees, and dip in the holy St. Nino’s spring, known for its therapeutic powers. Afterwards, you will head to one of Kakheti’s most beautiful towns, Sighnaghi. As a settlement, Sighnaghi was built during the reign of King Erekle II in the 18th century. As a result, you’ll come across many historical and cultural attractions, including churches, classic Italian-style structures etc. You cannot miss out on the Sighnaghi Great Wall, the well-preserved 18th-century fortress wall that stretches for more than five kilometres. The fortress consists of more than 25 watch towers. The view from its hilltop is equally breathtaking and stunning. Sighnaghi is also known as the ‘City of Love’ for its distinct wedding house where one can get married anytime without any pre-submission of documents.


The Ktw Winery in Georgia is widely considered a cradle of wine. Winemaking has been part of Georgian culture since the 6th millennia BC. Even today, Georgians follow that ancient process in which the wine is produced using unique methods in massive clay earthenware vessels called Qvevri. Qvevri is buried underground, where the whole process of fermentation takes place. From here, you can learn the Georgian winemaking methods in detail. You will also get to taste another four different Georgian wines. You will be staying at a hotel in Tbilisi.



Day 5: Full-day Kutaisi- Biggest Canyon in Europe Sataplia Cave- Unusual Adventure Dinosaurs in Georgia or Martvili Canyon

 After breakfast, get ready for a full-day sightseeing tour. Your 12 hours adventure tour starts at 08:00 am from your hotel reception as you will be heading to one of the enormous canyons in Europe and where the traces of the last dinosaur were found, Sataplia Cave. The giant underground cave is covered with stalactites and stalagmites and was formed centuries ago inside an extinct volcano. It has a prehistoric nature with wooden relics, labyrinths of karst caves and fossilised tracks of dinosaurs that lived there in the

Mesozoic era, 160 million years ago. Currently, you can find around 200 footprints in two different layers of the Cretaceous limestone. It will take approximately 3.5 hours to reach Sataplia from Tbilisi, and it is a perfect place for hiking and exploration. Ancient majestic sites full of wonders and magnificence adorn this place. The path to the top of the extinct volcano has the most exotic nature, comprising a new museum, a Conservation Building, a Cafeteria and a glass-bottomed viewing platform that provides stunning views of the nature reserve.


A cold lighting system protects the cave’s microclimate, and audio and colourful visual effects enhance the natural beauty of the stalactites and stalagmites. This place has preserved natural beauty with labyrinths of karst caves, wooden relics, and fossilised tracks of dinosaurs in the Mesozoic era. There are only three places where you can find such traces of dinosaurs in the CIS: one in Ravat gorge in Tajikistan, another in the Sataplia Mount in Georgia, and the third one is Khodja-pil in Turkmenistan. Okatse Canyon, one of the enormous canyons in Europe, has an exciting 700m-long walkway on the edge of the 100m-deep canyon with a unique natural environment culminating in a viewing platform that hangs right out over the middle. The breathtaking view is perfect for spectacular panoramic shots. Once you are in the canyon, you will understand why many people call Georgia a magnificent country. Your overnight stay is arranged at Tbilisi.


Day 6: Tbilisi- Baku-Domestic Flights- Evening City Tour

 After having breakfast at the hotel, you will complete the check-out formalities and travel to the airport for your next destination, Azerbaijan. After arrival, check in to the hotel and go out for an evening Baku city tour. Today you will be covering Highland Park- Alley of Martyrs, The National Assembly, also known as Milli Majlis, and Flame towers- the tallest skyscraper in Baku. While Walking through Baku Boulevard, you can see that it stretches along a south-facing bay on the Caspian Sea. It starts at Freedom Square and continues west to the Old City. Since 2012, the Yeni Bulvar (New Boulevard) has ideally doubled its length to 3.75 km. Old City, or Inner City, the historical core of Baku, is the capital of Azerbaijan. It is the most ancient part of Baku and is surrounded by well-protected walls. In 2007, around 3000 people resided in the Old City. In December 2000, Baku’s Old City, including Maiden Tower and the Palace of the Shirvanshahs, became the first place in Azerbaijan to be named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Nizami Street is famous for shopping. The street’s history could be traced back to Baku’s town planning project of 1864. The street runs through the city’s downtown from west to east. It begins from Abdulla Shaig Street, in the mountainous part of the city and ends at the railroad bed on Sabit Orujov Street, near a monument to Shah Ismail Khatai in “Black City”. The street is 3,538 m long. Fountains Square is a public square in downtown Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan. The square was previously known as Parapet and is often referred to by the same name now. The name of the

fountains square is derived from dozens of fountains all over the square, first constructed during Soviet rule of Azerbaijan. The square is a public gathering place, especially after business hours. On weekends you can visit “LITTLE VENICE” on Baku Boulevard, a small town built in 1960. The city has two large and several small islands.


Day 7: Full-day Gabala Tour and cable car

 After breakfast, you will be spending your entire day sightseeing in Gabala. You will leave the hotel in Baku early in the morning and move towards Qabala. On the way to Qabala, you will have the opportunity to visit the historical Juma Mosque. You can start your Gabala tour with a panoramic view of the city. There are also other attractions and interesting sites in the surrounding area of Gabala, like waterfall seven beauty and Lake Nokhur. Apart from its natural beauty, Gabala is also known as one of the most ancient cities in Azerbaijan. The main attraction of Gabala is the ruins of an old town Kabalaka (Chuhur Gabala), located 15km from the city centre. You will have a chance to visit this famous place, which was mentioned in the historical pages of the 1st century, and was the capital of Caucasian Albania for 600 years. You will be staying overnight stay at the hotel in Baku.


DAY 8: Full-day Quba Tour +Shagdag Tour +Zipline

After breakfast at the hotel, you will leave for the Quba trip. We have arranged a private tour with a friendly Guide and an experienced driver. It is a great chance to discover the hidden ancient village in the Quba region. As mentioned in the program, you will be taken to many tourist spots during this day trip. You will Visit Qimilqazma Yaylaq, Qecresh Forest, Mestdergah Waterfall and Red Village, Israel’s most famous Jewish village. The Quba tour is specially crafted for travellers who love nature and mountains. It is one of the most beautiful cities in the country and is astonishingly beautiful in the spring and summer when its many gardens and parks bloom. Quba is also famous for its apples which have now become its symbol. You will be staying overnight here.

Shahdag lies in the northeast of Azerbaijan near the mountain with the same name. Unfortunately, this place is not on the list of the most beautiful corners of the Caucasus. However, here you can enjoy the purest form of mountain air, unique in its grandeur and diversity of nature and the bright identity of the culture. After enjoying the Zipline in Shahdag, you will return to Baku and stay overnight at the hotel there.


Day 9: Ateshgah Temple and Yanardag Burning Mountain + Qobustan

 After a sumptuous breakfast,

  • Proceed for full day Absheron and Gobustan Tour
  • Visit to Fire Temple
  • Visit Fire Mountain
  • After the Lunch break, we will visit Gobustan National Park — 3D Museums and Rock arts
  • Visit Mud Volcanoes with Lada cars

You will be driving down to the Fire Worshipper’s temple Ateshgah, the most famous and well-preserved fire temple in Surakhany. The temple was built over a pocket of natural gas that fuelled a vent providing an ‘eternal’ fire. From there, you will be heading to the fire mountain, “Yanardag”, a mountain on the Absheron peninsula, 25 km north of Baku. The word “Yanardag” means “Blazing mountain”, whose blazing bodies of flame dance on stones and the floor. Yanardag is a natural gas which causes the fire that blazes continuously on a hillside on the Absheron Peninsula on the Caspian Sea near Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, which itself is known as the “land of fire.”


Your next stop will be the Heydar Aliyev Center, a perfect example of modern architecture. This 57,500 m2 building complex in Baku, Azerbaijan, was crafted by Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid and is known for its distinctive architecture and flowing, curved style that eschews sharp angles. It is named after Heydar Aliyev, the first secretary of Soviet Azerbaijan from 1969 to 1982 and president of the Azerbaijan Republic from October 1993 to October 2003. Remember that they don’t allow photoshoots inside the Complex. But you can take photos outside. You will be staying overnight at the hotel in Baku.


Day 10: Departure

 Finally, the departure day has arrived. After having breakfast and completing the check-out formalities, you will be travelling back to the airport with memories you can cherish for a lifetime.

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