2 days trip to Borjomi from Tbilisi includes visiting the most important sight of south Georgia. The first day is the sightseeing part of the tour and the second full day for relaxation in Borjomi. During the tour, you will visit Vardzia caves, Rabati Castle in Akhaltsikhe and Khertvisi fortress.
You will have the opportunity to taste the famous mineral water and spend the whole day outdoors in the Borjomi forest park. Borjomi water is intended for medicinal purposes. The park has attractions and a sulfur bath. So you can relax there with your family or friends. You can reschedule the days by your wish, but according to our recommendation, it is better to be physical activities on the first day, and devote the second day to rest.
Prices for adults:
|Make direct request
Early booking discount – 10%
* Free for Youth only with Adults (age 16 – 21)
* Free for Kids (age 3 – 15)
* Cheap price guarantee on any private tours from Tbilisi
For a quick answer:
Pick-up/Drop off service
2 bottle water for per person
Cable car in Borjomi park
Overnight in Borjomi
Ticket to Rabati castle
Ticket to Vardzia caves
|Instant for early requests – min one day in advance
|From any location in Tbilisi by your choice
|9:00 – 10:00 AM
|max 6 person
|It’s not necessary to wear a mask anymore
2 days trip to Borjomi-Vardzia-Rabati Itinerary
- Rabati Castle in Akhaltsikhe – The historical castle, which many centuries ago was the main city of old Samtskhe. The history of the castle dates back to the IX century. As a result of a reconstruction in 2011-2012, the area of the fortress complex was renovated. Also the fence, the citadel, the Orthodox Church of the IX-X centuries. Here is open a history museum of the Javakheti region.
- Lunch in Akhaltsikhe – in a local restaurant you can taste traditional dishes of the Samtskhe-Javakheti region.
- Khertvisi fortress – The medieval castle is located on a high rocky mountain. Khertvisi was a functioning fortress throughout the feudal era. Due to its strategic position, the castle was constantly under reconstruction. Therefore, it is difficult to attribute today’s Khertvisi to any particular era.
- Vardzia caves – A city carved into the rock, a monastery complex, a monument of Georgian artistic and architectural culture of the 12th-13th centuries. This unique complex included dwellings, churches, crypts, cellars and infrastructure for urban life in the form of caves. Rooms and floors are connected by tunnels. There was also a water supply system. The monastery complex was founded in 1156-1203. The settlement was consecrated on August 15, 1185 during the reign of Tamara (1184-1213).
- The royal monastery played an important role in the political and cultural life of the country. According to one legend, “for the enemy not to had learned of Queen Tamar’s whereabouts, 365 rooms would have been set up in Vardzia by Tamar’s order, as many rooms as there are days in a year; One room was cut every day and the construction was completed in one year. “
- Overnight in Borjomi
- Full day for Borjomi tour – After a tiring first day, you can spend the whole day in the famous resort of Borjomi. Borjomi is a balneological and climatic resort. During the Soviet era, the city of Borjomi had the status of a Union resort. The main therapeutic agent is mineral water, which is used for drinking and balneological procedures. In addition to a walking tour in the city and relaxing in the park, you can enjoy a quad-bike ride in the Borjomi forest.
- In the evening return to Tbilisi