Photo of the Black Sea shoreline near Batumi on a tour with Laerton Tours
Tour photo of Petra on the Black Sea coast, travel in the country of Georgia with Laerton Tours
Batumi at night, a popular tourist area on the Black Sea tour with Laerton Tours

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Three Unforgettable Days in Adjara

The southwestern region of Georgia is called Adjara, and is not only the most temperate region, but also one of the most picturesque. There are some breath-taking views over the Black Sea and especially in spring, the exceptionally diverse flora of the Batumi Botanical Gardens are so lush, fragrant and colourful, that one is reminded of the Garden of Eden.

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Your Own Tour

If there are a specific set of places that you would like to visit, in Georgia, we can design a tour especially for you! For example, if you might wish to visit Dmanisi, or the archaeological museum near Vani. Whatever your ideas, we can quickly formulate a plan, and then take you there in the comfort of one of our people carrier vehicles, with an experienced tour guide, who has likely been there before. The cost will only be slightly more than for our standard tours. Contact Us

Overview

Destination: Batumi
Duration: 3 Days
Type: Group or Individual tour
From: $200
Next date: Flexible

Itinerary

Day 1
  • 7:00am Departure from Tbilisi, in the direction of the Black Sea region of Adjara.

  • Breakfast at the Rikoti Pass, between East and West Georgia.
  • Arrival at the Petra Fortress and museum, which is surrounded by a nature reserve. The Petra Fortress was built in 535 AD, by order of the Byzantine Emperor, Justinian. It is an ancient Lazic fortress on the cliffs overlooking the Black Sea coast.
  • Arrival at the Mtirala National Park, which is a protected area in Adjara and is situated between the Black Sea and the Adjarian Mountains.
  • 9:00pm Arrival at the hotel accommodation.

Day 2
  • 9:00am Departure from the hotel.

  • Arrival at the Batumi Botanical Gardens, which are situated between the river Chakvistskali, which runs through the Black Sea coastal town of Chakvi, and what is known as the Green Cape (Mtsvane Kontskhi). The Green Cape is an area of outstanding natural beauty which extends for several tens of kilometres south of the town of Chakvi, along the Black Sea shore. The Batumi Botanical Gardens are extensive, being some 111 Hectares in size.
  • 1:00pm-2:00pm Lunch break, where it is also possible to have an open air picnic by the Black Sea shore.

  • Free time, where there is also an opportunity to go for a swim in the Black Sea.
  • 9:00pm A night out in the city of Batumi.

Day 3
  • 9:00am Departure from the hotel.

  • Arrival at the Batumi Archaeological Museum, which houses over 28,000 items from the Bronze Age, through to Medieval times. For those who wish to do so, it is also possible to visit the nearby Dolphinarium.
  • 1:00-2:00pm Lunch break.

  • Arrival at the Gonio Fortress, which is a Roman fortification in Adjara, situated at the mouth of the Chorokhi river, overlooking the Black Sea. It was built in the 1st century AD and formerly known as Apsoros, with the first mention of its existence being made by Pliny the Elder.
  • 9:00pm Return to Tbilisi.

Included

Premium Package
  • All transportation costs
  • An English speaking Georgian Tour Guide
  • On location hotel accommodation
  • Lunch
  • Admission fees for all the tourist attractions (Including the Dolphinarium).
Basic Package
  • All transportation costs
  • An English speaking Georgian Tour Guide

Prices

Premium Package
  • 3 days with 5-6 persons - $600/day
  • 1 day with 3-4 persons - $450
  • 1 day with 1-2 persons - $350
Basic Package
  • 3 days with 5-6 persons - $370/day
  • 1 day with 3-4 persons - $290
  • 1 day with 1-2 persons - $200

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