3 Reasons to Visit Georgia Now: Wine, Cuisine & Culture (VIDEOS)
Out of the dozens of destinations that MIR Vice President Annie Lucas has visited in more than 30 years, she is unwavering in her love for Georgia — that relatively unknown travel gem of a country in the South Caucasus — and considers it her favorite place in the world. Smitten with this mountainous country steeped in history and culture, and legendary for its wine, food, and filmmaking, Annie designed a small group tour for MIR called A Taste of Georgia: Wine, Cuisine & Culture.
In this video, Annie shares her love for Georgia and why it’s a must-see destination for travelers who want to experience the “best of the best” of this country’s living traditions, from tasty organic wines and feasts filled with rich, complex dishes to spine-chilling scenery, singing, and kick-up-your-heels dancing.
- “Polyphonic Singing in Tbilisi, Georgia”
- “Master of the Toast in Georgia”
- “The Road to Svaneti in Georgia”
Travel to Georgia with MIR
You can call (1-800-424-7289) or email Annie Lucas for advice and recommendations on MIR’s group and private tours to Georgia, as well as individually handcrafted journeys that explore the landscapes, culture, food and wine not only of Georgia, but of the other South Caucasus countries as well – Armenia and Azerbaijan.
MIR’s small group tours to this region include:
MIR’s private independent trips with flexible dates include:
With more than 30 years of destination expertise and travel planning experience – including Georgia and South Caucasus – MIR’s full service, dedication, and commitment to quality has twice earned it a place on National Geographic Adventure’s list of “Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth.”
Top Photo: Ananuri Fortress is famous for its stunning views, and featured in many Georgian movies. Photo credit: Peter Guttman
PUBLISHED: February 1, 2017