Whether you want to enjoy the busy city life or rest in the serenity of nature, Georgia can offer you both. While the majestic mountains and the sandy coastline set the beautiful outline of the country, the urban nature of the country will bring all the facilities to you. Besides natural beauty and modern amenities, the historic importance of the country is something that attracts tourists throughout the year. Try to book the Georgia tour package to get amazing deals. So, if you are planning for a vacation in Georgia, here are the places which must be on the top of your bucket list. Read on to know more
1. Tallulah Gorge
This amazing gorge is 1000 feet deep and it is also 2 miles long. Visiting Tallulah Gorge can be an exciting experience as there is 2700 acre Georgia State Park is located near the gorge. The breathtaking beauty of the place is remarkable as there are six waterfalls to visit. If you want to hike, here you can get the best experience. For the bikers, this is the best ground to roam around. For hiking and biking, you will need special permission.
Don’t you have much time to explore the scenic beauty and the city of Georgia? Then, you can go to Kazbegi which is a famous high altitude retreat for the tourists and not very far from the city. Once you are here, you will be mesmerized by the snow-capped Great Caucasus Range that surrounds Kazbegi. Don’t forget to visit the Gergeti Trinity Church here that is 2000 m above sea level. You can also go hiking to experience the beauty of the mountains and glaciers at the Russian border.
This is the town of Georgia where the traditional and old Georgia has beautifully amalgamated with the modern one. Located on the bank of Mtkvari River, this town has its historical importance. In the heart, there is old Tbilisi where you can visit the age-old Byzantine churches, traditional architecture of houses, timber balconies and so on.
4. Lullwater Park
Though the park is located in the middle of the city, you can enjoy complete serenity over there. The sound you can hear is only the rustling of trees and the blowing of the wind through the leaves. This nature park has everything in it. From the hiking trails to the hills, the open fields and the running water, the fish ponds and the bright sun have made the place perfect for spending a day and having a picnic.
If you are a history buff, Georgia won’t disappoint you at all. Being located at the gateway between Asia and Europe, Georgia has seen lots of invasions. To protect the country from the Mongols, Vardzia was built. It was a ‘cave village’ with 6000 separate grotto apartments, a church, irrigation system and special room for the queen. The stone structure has been destroyed by an earthquake. Still, visitors can see the ruins and several stone architectures and praise it.
So, these are only a few places in Georgia that will appeal to your traveler’s mind. Pack your bag now and have a great holiday in Georgia.