Georgia is a picturesque country situated in the Caucasus region at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. It is surrounded by Russia, Turkey, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, with the Black Sea to its west. Due to its strategic location on the Silk Road between east and west, Georgia has been invaded several times by various regional powers throughout history including the Mongols, the Ottoman Empire, the Persians and the Soviet Union.  

Nowadays it is among the safest countries to travel in the world and is becoming an increasingly popular destination for tourism. Its diverse landscapes and rich culture make it a jewel of the South Caucasus. The bustling cities of Tbilisi and Kutaisi boast leafy squares, winding lanes, cafes and natural wine bars. Lush green valleys, alpine meadows, and mountain terrain in the northern regions of Kazbegi and Tusheti beckon adventurers seeking the great outdoors. The proud tradition of winemaking endures in Khakheti’s quaint towns of Telavi and Sighnaghi and its sprawl of vineyards. An early adopter of Christianity, a wealth of old churches and monasteries are sprawled across Georgia’s landscape, often arranged against sublime natural backdrop.  Equally as inviting as its scenery is Georgia’s amiable people. Hospitality is a cornerstone of culture, and paired with its celebrated wine, cuisine, and folk arts, Georgia makes an indelible impression on all its guests. 

Georgia Regions

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When to Go

Weather in Georgia

Asia’s diverse weather patterns and seasonal events means you’ll need an expert to help guide you.

  • The ideal seasons are from mid-May to early July and from early September to mid-October, when it’s generally warm and sunny, and hiking in the lowland regions is at its most pleasant.
  • Georgia’s diverse landscape, from the Caucacus Mountains to the Black Sea, lends to its diverse climate, making it an interesting destination no matter the season.
  • Spring is the perfect time to wander around Tbilisi, and to observe major holidays like Easter and Georgia’s Independence day. Early autumn brings a kaleidescope of autumnal colors as well as the festive wine harvest in Kakheti.
  • The summer months of July and August can be uncomfortably humid, and lowland temperatures can reach 40°C. However, this is an excellent time to be in the mountains, and it’s the peak season on the Black Sea.
  • Winter is cold in Georgia and most places see snow except Tbilisi. The eastern half of the country often suffers below freezing temperatures between December and February. Luckily if you enjoy winter sports, you can spend the chilly winters on the snow-covered mountains at a choice of ski resorts.

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