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Summer trips

Batumi Dreams provides summer trips to Batumi, Georgia and the best sights of the most beautiful beaches and waterfalls to the oldest churches in cities with the greatest history. Look below for the different possibilities in terms of periods.

All periods are the tickets including breakfast, entrance to all visits and air ticket.

Would you prefer to book your own ticket? Please contact us and we will arrange this for you!

14 days June

1.495, - euro incl. Flight ticket

Day 1

Departure from Amsterdam, arrival at Batumi airport and transfer to the hotel

Day 2

Gergeti Trinity Church - Botanical Garden

Day 3

Makhuntseti Waterfall - Free Time

Day 4

Dolphinarium - Gonio Fortress - Sarpi beach

Day 5

Martvili Canyon - Kutaisi (city)

Day 6

Tskaltoebo (town) - Prometheus cave monument - Okace Canyon

Day 7

Rabati Castle - Varzia

Day 8

National park Bordzjomi-Charagaoeli

Day 9

Wine house / wine tasting

Day 10

Mtscheta (city) - Dzjvari monastery

Day 11

Ureki (beach)

Day 12

Ureki (beach)

Day 13

Mirweti Waterfall

Day 14

Departure from Batumi, arrival at Amsterdam airport.

14 days July

1.495, - euro incl. Flight ticket

Day 1

Departure from Amsterdam, arrival at Batumi airport and transfer to the hotel

Day 2

Gergeti Trinity Church - Botanical Garden

Day 3

Makhuntseti Waterfall - Free Time

Day 4

Dolphinarium - Gonio Fortress - Sarpi beach

Day 5

Martvili Canyon - Kutaisi (city)

Day 6

Tskaltoebo (town) - Prometheus cave monument - Okace Canyon

Day 7

Rabati Castle - Varzia

Day 8

National park Bordzjomi-Charagaoeli

Day 9

Wine house / wine tasting

Day 10

Mtscheta (city) - Dzjvari monastery

Day 11

Ureki (beach)

Day 12

Ureki (beach)

Day 13

Mirweti Waterfall

Day 14

Departure from Batumi, arrival at Amsterdam airport.

14 days of August

1.495, - euro incl. Flight ticket

Day 1

Departure from Amsterdam, arrival at Batumi airport and transfer to the hotel

Day 2

Gergeti Trinity Church - Botanical Garden

Day 3

Makhuntseti Waterfall - Free Time

Day 4

Dolphinarium - Gonio Fortress - Sarpi beach

Day 5

Martvili Canyon - Kutaisi (city)

Day 6

Tskaltoebo (town) - Prometheus cave monument - Okace Canyon

Day 7

Rabati Castle - Varzia

Day 8

National park Bordzjomi-Charagaoeli

Day 9

Wine house / wine tasting

Day 10

Mtscheta (city) - Dzjvari monastery

Day 11

Ureki (beach)

Day 12

Ureki (beach)

Day 13

Mirweti Waterfall

Day 14

Departure from Batumi, arrival at Amsterdam airport.

 

Gergeti Trinity Church

The British magazine The Telegraph has published a list of the most beautiful churches in the world. The list contains 23 churches around the world and the Georgian Gergeti Trinity Church is in sixth place. The shared location at the top of a steep mountain, surrounded by the vastness of nature, has made it a symbol for Georgia.

In the face of an astonishing beauty, the modest exterior of Gergeti Trinity suddenly becomes breathtaking because of its simplicity.

Makhunseti Waterfall / Tamar bridge

The mountain area of Georgia, Ajara, is known for its beautiful nature and many natural monuments. One of the must-visit attractions is Makhuntseti waterfall which is remote from Batumi to 30 km. This is one of the highest waterfalls in Ajara - a real pride of local residents. You can reach the waterfall from Batumi with a minibus that runs towards Keda village. You will see two hands, one to the waterfall and the other to the famous stone bridge, built during the reign of Queen Tamar, also known as the Makhuntseti bridge.

They say the water rejuvenates you here. You can picnic here in nature or choose one of the restaurants in the neighborhood and taste delicious Georgian dishes.

 
 

Gonio Fort

The oldest reference to the fort is Pliny the Elder in natural history (1st century AD). There is also a reference to the old name of the site in Appian's Mithridatic Wars (2nd century AD). In the 2nd century AD it was a well fortified Roman city in Colchis. The city was also known for its theater and racecourse. It later came under Byzantine influence. The name "Gonio" is confirmed for the first time in Michael Panaretos in the 14th century. In addition, there was a short-lived Genoese trade factory on the site. In 1547 Gonio was captured by the Ottomans, who held it until 1878.

The tomb of St. Matthias, one of the twelve apostles, is supposed to be located inside the fort Gonio. The site is closely linked to the myth of the Argonauts. According to legend, this is where King Ayet, the owner of the Golden Fleece, buried his son Apsaros, whose body was torn apart by Jason and thrown into the sea.

Sarpi strand

Sarpi - is a small urban village, which is divided by the Georgian-Turkish border with Georgian Sarpi and Turkish Sarp.

It is 18 km from Batumi. The water here is crystal clear with pebble beach, surrounded by mountains and beach rocks.

 
 

Martivili canyon

Martvi ravines used to be a seaside resort for the Dadiani family. Now people visit it to enjoy the landscape, the waterfalls and make a boat trip in the river with a deep green color.
The Martvili Gorge is a natural wonder in the Samegrelo region of Georgia, near the town of Martvili. Also called the Gachedili Canyon.

The incredible natural beauty of the secluded coves and azure-green water of the stream flows through the hidden gorge and appeals to adventurers from Europe entering the Caucasus. Small streams running through the limestone near the town of Martvili have carved a series of spectacular caves and canyons.

Kutaisi

Kutaisi is located in the west of Georgia and is the second largest city. This used to be the capital of Georgia until Tbilisi became this. The parliament of Georgia has been housed here since 2012. Kutaisi is situated around the river Rioni and this river splits the city in two. It is a city full of life with a rich history.

 
 

Prometheus cave

Discovered in the Imereti region in 1984, the Prometheus Cave is one of the natural wonders of Georgia that provide visitors with breathtaking examples of stalactites, stalagmites, curtains, petrified waterfalls, cave beads, underground rivers and lakes.
The Khvamli mountain is visible from the Prometheus cave and is the place where the legend says that Prometheus was dragged and chained to the cliffs of Khvamli, while he is constantly being tortured by a raven.

The 1060 meter long hiking trail through the cave was upgraded in the summer of 2012 and visitors can also enjoy a 280 meter boat trip on an underground river.

Okatse Canyon

On the territory of Okatse Canyon there is a suspension path, a footpath, an orangery built by an Italian designer, a Dadiani bath and a waterfall with three waterfalls in the village Kinchkha. There is also an ecological educational amphitheater and an ethnographic exhibition square.

The Okatse river flows from Askhi Mountain. Length of the gap - the most beautiful and oldest (more than million years) - is about 16 km. The river makes many pools and lakes that reflect the white bottom through their blue-green clear water.

 
 

Rabati Castle

The castle of Rabati was built in the 13th century and developed in the following centuries under the influence of different cultures. This is reflected in the architecture. Within the 7-hectare castle complex there is a church, a mosque, a minaret and a synagogue.

Vardzia

Vardzia is a cave-monastery school in the south of Georgia, excavated from the slopes of the Erusheti mountain. The Church of the Dormition, dating from the 1180s in the golden age of Tamar and Rustaveli, has an important series of murals. The site was largely abandoned after the Ottoman takeover in the sixteenth century. The expanding area of Vardzia-Khertvisi is now part of a reserve for national heritage and is being submitted for further registration on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

 
 

National park Bordzjomi-Charagaoeli

It is one of the largest national parks in Europe. The special feature of the park is the ecological zones, landscapes, historical monuments and the rich flora and fauna.
The history of the park goes back to the Middle Ages, when it was mainly the aristocracy for the hunt was used. It is located between the mountains and is the most important water source of Georgia.

Mtscheta

In the city there are several historical buildings, such as the Svetitschoveli Cathedral from the 11th century of the Dzjvar monastery of the 6th century. The monuments are on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The Svetitskhoveli Cathedral dates back to the 11th century and has been a religious center of the country since its construction. The complex includes the church, a bell tower, a gate, castles and administrative residences.

Mtskheta is the home of the Chamber of Wine or Gvinis Palata in Georgian. This four-storey building is dedicated to wine and Georgian cuisine and offers a wide range of activities for its visitors.

 
 

Dzhmari monastery

The monastery is high on a cliff, from where one has a view over Mtscheta and the surrounding mountains. The monastery dates back to the 6th century with a plural of Svetitschoveli cathedral under the World Heritage in 1994 with the title of historical monuments of Mtscheta.

Jvari monastery stands on the rocky mountain top at the confluence of the rivers Mtkvari and Aragvi, overlooking the town of Mtskheta, which used to be the capital of the kingdom of Iberia. Jvari was included in the World Monuments Watch list of 2004 by the World Monuments Fund

Ureki strand

Ureki is a popular seaside resort on the Black Sea coast. Unlike many areas on the Black Sea, beaches in Ureki are sandy, rather than covered with pebbles. The sand in Ureki is classified as black sand and has magnetic properties, some of which believe it addresses a number of health problems, including cardiovascular disease.

 

Groepsreizen naar het prachtige Batumi in het veelzijdige Georgië

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