Georgia is a country in Caucasus, Located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, it is bounded to the west by the Black Sea, to the north by Russia, to the south by Turkey and Armenia, and to the southeast by Azerbaijan. It is a country with amazing cluster of cultures, religions, fascinating landscapes and ancient history. This is the country where everyone can find something to his interests– from snowy winter attractions to summer beach holiday, from deserts to lush forests, from cities to enchanting villages…

History: The territory of modern-day Georgia has been inhabited by Homo erectus since the Paleolithic Era. The proto-Georgian tribes first appear in written history in the 12th century BC. Archaeological finds and references in ancient sources reveal elements of early political and state formations characterized by advanced metallurgy and goldsmith techniques that date back to the 7th century BC and beyond. Georgia is considered as a homeland of the first Europeans. There was discovered by archeological finds the signs of the ancient European – scull of 1,8 million years old.

The landscape and climate: The landscape within the nation's boundaries is quite varied. Western Georgia's landscape ranges from low-land marsh-forests, swamps, and temperate rainforests to eternal snows and glaciers, while the eastern part of the country even contains a small segment of semi-arid plains.

It is a very mountainous country. The highest mountain in Georgia is Mount Shkhara at 5,068 meters. Out of the 2,100 glaciers that exist in the Caucasus today, approximately 30% are located within Georgia. Forests cover around 40% of Georgia's territory while the alpine/subalpine zone accounts for roughly around 10% of the land. The Likhi Range divides the country into eastern and western halves.

Touristic resource: There are 103 resorts in different climatic zones in Georgia. Tourist attractions include more than 2000 mineral springs, over 12,000 historical and cultural monuments, four of which are recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Georgia is well known for its rich folklore, unique traditional music, theatre, cinema, and art.

Georgian kitchen: Georgia is known all over the world as ancient hearth of viniculture and vine-growing and producing country of high-quality wines. There are 450 local species of grapes. In Georgia the history of viniculture is about 7000 years old, that is confirmed by grape pips and wine bottles discovered by archeological finds.

Georgian cuisine has evolved through the centuries, adapting traditions in each era. One of the most unusual traditions of dining is Supra, or Georgian table, which is also a way of socializing with friends and family.

The head of Supra is known as Tamada. He also conducts the highly philosophical toasts, and makes sure that everyone is enjoying themselves. Various historical regions of Georgia are known for their particular dishes: for example, Khinkali (meat dumplings), from eastern mountainous Georgia, and Khachapuri, mainly from Imereti, Samegrelo and Adjara. During last years are coming lots of tourists to Georgia to make their holidays in the exotic environment. And person, who coms once to Georgia can never forget Georgian cultural heritage and mystical legends,

The beauty of nature and warmth of hospitality, mixture of Oriental and European cultures, long-story tradition, the harmony of polyphonic songs and elegant dances…and they always come back. We promise you that every day that you spend with us, will be joyous, unforgettable, interesting and full of impressions.