Photo credit: Martin Klimenta

A Slice of Paradise between Mountain and Sea

The little country of Georgia, where Jason once sought the Golden Fleece, is a revelation for modern-day travelers. Its mild climate, saw-toothed mountains, and Black Sea coast form the gorgeous setting for a culture that revels in fabulous food and infectious music. With MIR as your guide, you’ll tour vineyards in the land that invented wine, indulge in sumptuous feasts, explore UNESCO-listed monasteries and towers, and travel into the mountains to hear polyphonic folksongs.

Why travel to Georgia with MIR

MIR’s destination experts love introducing travelers to the many pleasures of Georgia. We have decades-long relationships with some of the country’s finest winemakers, chefs, artisans, and musicians. They’re among the most hospitable people we know, and they delight in meeting our clients.

  • Over 30 years of Georgia travel experience
  • Twice named one of National Geographic Adventure’s “Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth”
  • MIR small group tours to Eastern Turkey & Georgia and Georgia & Armenia were honored as “Tours of a Lifetime” by National Geographic Traveler
  • Travel programs from Tufts and Harvard have chosen MIR to guide them to Georgia
  • MIR’s Georgia travel expertise is recommended by Forbes.com
  • Personalized travel planning from start to finish
  • On-the-ground support, including a MIR affiliate office in Tbilisi
  • Guides and tour managers that clients rave about
  • Quality you can trust
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Gergeti Trinity Church against a striking mountainous backdrop in northern Georgia. Photo credit: Martin Klimenta
Inside the 11th-century Bagrati Cathedral in Kutaisi, Georgia. Photo credit: Kees Sprengers
Iconic Bridge of Peace in Tbilisi, Georgia. Photo credit: Jered Gorman
Experienced hands kneed the dough for Georgia's famous khinkali dumplings. Photo credit: Kees Sprengers
A unique and exquisite national cuisine awaits travelers to Georgia. Photo credit: Jake Smith
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  • Gergeti Trinity Church against a striking mountainous backdrop in northern Georgia. Photo credit: Martin Klimenta Gergeti Trinity Church against a striking mountainous backdrop in northern Georgia. Martin Klimenta
  • Inside the 11th-century Bagrati Cathedral in Kutaisi, Georgia. Photo credit: Kees Sprengers Inside the 11th-century Bagrati Cathedral in Kutaisi, Georgia. Kees Sprengers
  • Iconic Bridge of Peace in Tbilisi, Georgia. Photo credit: Jered Gorman Iconic Bridge of Peace in Tbilisi, Georgia. Jered Gorman
  • Experienced hands kneed the dough for Georgia's famous khinkali dumplings. Photo credit: Kees Sprengers Experienced hands kneed the dough for Georgia's famous khinkali dumplings. Kees Sprengers
  • A unique and exquisite national cuisine awaits travelers to Georgia. Photo credit: Jake Smith A unique and exquisite national cuisine awaits travelers to Georgia. Jake Smith
  • 6th-century Jvari Monastery in Mtskheta, Georgia. Photo credit: Jake Smith 6th-century Jvari Monastery in Mtskheta, Georgia. Jake Smith
  • Davit Gareja cave monastery complex in the Kakheti region of eastern Georgia. Photo credit: James Carnehan Davit Gareja cave monastery complex in the Kakheti region of eastern Georgia. James Carnehan
  • Alaverdi Monastery and Vineyards in the Kakheti region of eastern Georgia. Photo credit: Caucasus Travel Alaverdi Monastery and Vineyards in the Kakheti region of eastern Georgia. Caucasus Travel
  • Grapevine cultivation and wine production have been integral to this region for many thousands of years. Photo credit: Kees Sprengers Grapevine cultivation and wine production have been integral to this region for many thousands of years. Kees Sprengers
  • The ancient former capital city of Mtskheta in central Georgia. Photo credit: Ann Schneider The ancient former capital city of Mtskheta in central Georgia. Ann Schneider
  • Ancient Vardzia Cave Monastery site in Georgia. James Carnehan Ancient Vardzia Cave Monastery site in Georgia. James Carnehan

Traveler Reviews

  • "Georgia (was an) amazing experience. The people, the country…I will go again."

    D. Spaeth

    Corvalis, OR

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