Remote Lands Launches Georgia and Armenia Journeys
From the Black Sea to the towering peaks of the Caucasus mountains, Remote Lands is proud to launch journeys to the threshold of Asia, the Caucasus region, for the very first time.
GEORGIA AND ARMENIA JOURNEYS
From the Black Sea to the towering peaks of the Caucasus mountains, Remote Lands is proud to launch journeys to the threshold of Asia, the Caucasus region, for the very first time. A mix of otherworldly cathedrals and boundless natural wonder, the travel frontiers of Georgia and Armenia are more accessible than ever before. Both countries are open to vaccinated travelers without quarantine.
Coming soon: Watch this space for a third destination in the Caucasus region, Azerbaijan, to be announced soon.
Explore the intriguing 'crossroad' culture, food and wine, and history of Georgia on this six-day adventure from the capital of Tbilisi to Stepantsminda near the Russian border in the north. Along the way, see the glacial peaks of the Greater Caucasus linking Asia and Europe, bask in centuries-old sulfur bathhouses, and discover sublime examples of medieval Orthodox churches. Foodies will love the cuisine, heavily influenced by historic trade routes from the Mediterranean to the Middle East. National dishes include khachapuri, flatbreads filled with cheese and egg, and khikali, dumplings slightly reminiscent of Chinese xiaolongbao.VIEW ITINERARY CLASSIC ARMENIA
This week-long adventure through the divine churches and monasteries of landlocked Armenia will see travelers driving through the rugged landscapes, arid plains, and dramatic mountains. Explore the Brutalist Soviet buildings and Byzantine-style frescoes that make the streets and history of Armenia so unique. And, of course, travelers will experience the acclaimed winemaking of Armenia, said to be the first wine ever produced (a claim somewhat disputed by neighboring Georgia).VIEW ITINERARY A JOURNEY ACROSS GEORGIA
This ultimate Georgia journey is a 15-day exploration through the diverse natural beauty, history, and culture of Georgia. From the glass-surface alpine lakes in the north to the subtropical shores of the Black Sea, this journey will take travelers through the undiscovered gems dotting this area of the Caucasus Mountains, including the bucolic Kakheti wine region, the hiking trails of Shkhara Glacier, and Vardzia cave monastery, a fantastical structure carved out of a rockface to provide shelter from invading Mongol hordes.
Stay tuned for more Caucasus region adventures from Remote Lands as we look forward to launching Azerbaijan later this year.VIEW ITINERARY
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