Welcome to Georgia – Tour Packages
Georgia Tour, a country at the intersection of Europe and Asia, a former Soviet republic that home to Caucasus Mountain villages and Black Sea beaches. Famous for Vardzia, a sprawling cave monastery dating to the 12th century, and the ancient wine-growing region Kakheti. The capital, Tbilisi, is known for the diverse architecture and mazelike, cobblestone streets of its old town.
Culture Of Georgia
The Culture of Georgia; Georgian, didn’t derive from Saint George, the ancient Persian Gurg or Gorg (means- wolf), supposedly a totemic symbol, from the Greek Georgios (farmer-cultivator of land). Self-identification based mainly on linguistic tradition, population groups that belong to different ethno-linguistic groups, Ossetians, Abkhazians, Armenians, Greeks, and Kurds, non considered Georgian.
Some Jews speaks Georgian (a native language), Surnames with Georgian endings, historically maintain distinct cultural identity. Georgian sub-divided into smaller regional ethno-cultural entities. That contain specific traditions & customs, folklore, cuisine etc. and speak different language, Ajarans, Eastern Orthodox majority, Sunni Muslims. All these groups preserve and share a common identity, literary language, and basic system of values.
Location and Geography
Georgia on the southern slopes of the Caucasus mountains, forming a natural border with the north Caucasian republics of the Russian Federation. The country, occupying approximately 27,000 square miles (69,900 square kilometres), stretches along the Greater Caucasus ridge, bordered by the Black Sea to the west, the Armenian and Turkish highlands to the South, and Azerbaijan to the east. The topography is varied. The northern region characterized high mountains, central and southern parts covered with alpine fields and forests. The eastern part rivers, join the Mtkvari (Kura) forming the Caspian basin. The west rivers Rioni and Enguri run into the Black Sea.
The climate is temperate and is more mild and humid along the western marine coast. Mountains create temperature zones that vary with elevation. The eastern plains and highlands (which isolated from the sea) year-round snow and glaciers found in the highest mountains. Climatic zones range from moderately humid Mediterranean, to dry-continental Arab-Caspian, and to cooler mountainous regions. Almost half the land in agricultural use, with much of the remainder consisting of forests and high mountains. Land use varies with local climatic and soil patterns.
King Vakhtang Gorgasali founded Tbilisi in fifth century, that maintain status of political and cultural centre of the country. Tbilisi, located in the culturally dominant eastern region, Kartli, on the banks of the Mtkvari (Kura), on the ancient crossroads of one of the great silk roads between Europe and Asia.
History Of Georgia
The nation of Georgia first unified kingdom under Bagrationi dynasty by the King Bagrat III of Georgia. 9th to 10th century, arising number of predecessor states of ancient kingdoms of Colchis and Iberia. The kingdom of Georgia, flourished and reached golden age under King David IV (in 10th to 12th centuries). The Builder and Queen Tamar the Great, and fell to the Mongol invasion by 1243. After a brief reunion under George V the Brilliant to the Timurid Empire.
By 1490 Georgia, fragmented into a number of petty kingdom and principalities, which throughout the Early Modern period struggled to maintain their autonomy against Ottoman and Persian domination. Georgia annexed Russian Empire in 1801, nominally confirmed in 1813. After a brief bid for independence with the Democratic Republic of Georgia in 1918–1921. The dissolution of the Soviet Union, Georgia became member of Soviet Socialist Republic.
From the year 1991, Republic of Georgia becomes an independent state. The first president Zviad Gamsakhurdia stoked Georgian nationalism and vowed to assert Tbilisi’s authority over Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Abkhazia & South Ossetia achieved de facto independence from Georgia (supported by Russia) did not gain widespread international recognition. The Rose Revolution forced Eduard Shevardnadze to resign in 2003. The new government under Mikheil Saakashvili, prevented the secession of a third breakaway republic in the Adjara crisis of 2004. The conflict with Abkhazia and South Ossetia lead to the 2008. Russo–Georgian War and tensions with Russia remain unresolved.
Nightlife – Nightclubs In Georgia
1) Diva Show Girls
2) Night Office
3) Beatles Club
4) Golden Nightclub
5) Restaurant Kalakuri
7) Tbilisi Nightlife Management Group
8) Ware House
9) Areena Club
11) Tiffany Bar Tbilisi
Places To Visit In Georgia – Popular Destinations In Georgia
4) Blue Ridge
5) Tybee Island
6) St. Simons
9) Red Top Mountain State Park
11) Lookout Mountain
13) Sealand Island
14) Cumberland Island