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The right number of like-minded travellers to make new friends.
Your dates. Your group. Our expertly-designed itinerary.
Tailored to your interests, a bespoke travel experience.
Combines the hallmarks of any B&R itinerary (excellent hotels and beautiful routes) with the freedom of pacing each day exactly the way you like.
Throughout the day, a knowledgeable local guide provides insider access and expert tips. At night, you can explore and dine on your own.
Our B&R guides are with you throughout, anticipating needs, translating languages, providing advice and—above all—facilitating fun.
- Difficulty Level
Level 1: Occasional
Biking – 40-50 km (25-30 mi.) a day over relatively flat terrain with a few small hills—all very manageable for people trying their first biking trip.
Walking – 6-10 km (4-6 mi.) a day on country lanes, footpaths and coastal or forest trails, all on relatively flat terrain, perhaps with an occasional hill.
Level 2: Recreational
Biking – 40-50 km (25-30 mi.) a day over terrain that’s relatively flat but will include inclines and the occasional climb or two.
Walking – 8-12 km (5-7 mi.) a day over relatively flat terrain, with occasional steeper climbs.
Level 3: Enthusiast
Biking – 40-50 km (25-30 mi.) a day in gently rolling countryside, with occasional longer climbs to points that are well worth the effort.
Walking – 11-15 km (7-10 mi.) a day over rolling terrain on a variety of surfaces. Most days, one or two steeper climbs to spectacular viewpoints or places of interest.
Level 4: Avid
Biking – Roughly 50 km (30 mi.) a day in consistently rolling countryside, with repeated climbs and longer options available.
Walking – 11-15 km (7-10 mi.) over terrain that varies between rolling and hilly, with a few steeper climbs.
Level 5: Expert
Biking – 50-60 km (30-45 mi.) a day over both level and tougher, hillier terrain with multiple 100 km (62 mi.) options. The routes are designed for avid cyclists and include plenty of chances to push yourself.
Walking – 11-15 km (7-10 mi.) a day over fairly hilly terrain offering lots of challenges. Routes are along high meadow paths and/or well-maintained cliffside or alpine trails, with a few steep ascents to make you feel invigorated.
Europe's rising star
Georgia is a wealth of unexpected beauty—a place renowned for its ancient wine culture (the rumoured birthplace of wine, in fact!), fantastic mountain scenery and a relatively undiscovered yet incredibly delicious food scene. We’re here to go deep, from the dramatic architecture of Tbilisi to the alpine giants of the Caucasus Mountains to the vineyards of Kakheti.
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Day by Day
From Tbilisi, we head towards Mtskheta, the ancient capital of Georgia and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit the Jvari Monastery, the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and hike through the Borjomi National Park.
Visit the historic Vardzia cave-monastery. On the way back to Borjomi, stop for a hike in Kharagauli National Park amid its incredible rock formations and wildlife.
Head north towards Georgia’s more mountainous parts. Explore the 16thC Ananuri fortress at the edge of Lake Zhnivali before venturing to the Kazbegi region for a walk in the Truso Gorge.
Walk up to the 14thC Gergeti Trinity Church for breathtaking views over the valley. Take an optional hike in the beautiful Sno Valley to the village of Juta.
Travel back to Tbilisi to visit the National Museum and saunter past the 19thC architecture of David Aghmashenebeli Avenue. Spend this afternoon at your leisure, exploring the city or indulging at the hotel spa.
Discover the UNESCO-listed heritage of Georgian winemaking in Kakheti Province before exploring Gremi Architectural complex with its ruins of churches, trading arcades, baths and dwellings.
Enjoy a morning at leisure, perhaps with a walk through the vineyards. Depart midday to visit the Park and Museum of the 19thC Chavchavadze noble family in Tsinandali before returning to Tbilisi.
A private driver will take you to the Tbilisi airport for your onward travels. So long!
Explore Europe’s tallest mountain range.
Crowne Plaza Borjomi, Borjomi
The Crowne Plaza is a hotel where luxury meets nature, nestled between hills of Borjomi, a picturesque resort town best known for its natural springs. Enjoy a contemporary decor and modern-day luxuries, including an impressive wine bar and a spa and wellness centre.
Rooms Hotel, Kazbegi
Located in the highlands of Georgia, Rooms Hotel Kazbegi is all about mindfulness in the mountains. The minimalist design lets guests soak up their outdoor surroundings with large windows and an open deck, while the elegant interior showcases the rich heritage of present-day Georgia through warm tones and wooden furnishings.
Stamba Hotel, Tbilisi
Formerly a 20th-century printing house, the Stamba been lovingly restored to capture its old brutalist framework with a nod to the roaring ’20s and ’30s. Fresh touches lend a distinctly contemporary edge, delivering an artistic journey that's at once vintage and modern.
Radisson Collection Hotel, Tbilisi
In the heart of wine country, the Tsinandali Estate serves as the perfect base to explore the region's history and vineyards. Sophisticated green-hued guest rooms inspired by the surrounding landscapes give way to views of the Caucasus Mountains, as do the rooftop infinity pool and the luxurious spa.
Great trip. Lots of fun. Great attention to detail by the guides. Looking forward to our next B&R trip.— Luc Bertrand
I love to see beautiful countryside, engage in local culture, consume local cuisine and feel welcome while doing so. B&R made all of this happen all while making it very easy on the trip participants to have this experience. Keep doing what you are doing!— Michael Caffey
This trip is rated Occasional. The terrain is generally varied with some steep grades. The city walking routes have some varied terrain as well.
What’s included? Everything you need. Plus everything you’d
want. Plus a few things you never knew you wanted ‘til you got them.
In a word: everything. In ninety words? Signature B&R guides; local experts; unique, unforgettable biking and walking routes; private tours; authentic local cuisine; lessons and demonstrations; local artisanal wines; wine tastings; all victuals and libations; all the endorphins you can handle; new insight; interesting, fun and like-minded travel companions; a feeling of total freedom. In short: an extraordinary, hassle-free journey of discovery.
- All hotel accommodation
- Transportation from rendezvous to drop off
- Meals as indicated with wine (as selected by B&R)
- Services of one National guide and support vehicles
- Use of two lightweight, telescoping walking sticks
- Detailed maps, route suggestions and water bottle
- All special events and private tours
- All vehicle transportation from rendezvous to drop-off
- All baggage transportation
- All gratuities for baggage, porters and hotel service
Sometimes your B&R trip simply isn’t long enough! Extend your stay for the best vacation possible. If you wish to spend a few days in region either before or after your official B&R trip, and need assistance making those plans, your B&R Travel Advisor can help.
Call us to create an independent travel experience that fits your needs—we can also arrange for a local guide.
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