Long Week-end Exploration

Gudauri

Long Weekend to Gudauri
fresh snow and crystal clear air lovers - It‘s time for a week-end get-away!


Skiing in GudauriTake advantage of Gudauri ski resort - exactly the right place for off-pist skiing and ski-touring, relaxing and romantic resting, another excellent escape from the citys grey weekends.

Gudauri presents the one of the prettiest winter destinations - ideal ski and snowboarding area for all –from beginners to experts. This mountain resort – located north from Tbilisi, on the Georgian Military Highway, offers fantastic heli ski/snowboarding facilities and is a beloved spot of the fresh snow lovers.

The Doppelmayer three-and four seat chair lifts get skiers to the top (3006 m). During the skiing you may drop in “Khada” hut (2650m) nestled at the foot of “Kudebi” mountain (3006m) to have a snack and enjoy drinks in a friendly atmosphere.

The cozy and comfortable cottages and luxury hotels create the warm and pleasant hospitality for individuals, small group travelers and family vacations.

Explore Georgia offers professional English speaking Ski teacher service for beginners or for advance skiers who likes to improve on or off pist skiing technique. Route

Welcome to ski paradise, Georgians favorite snow resort just at 120 km (70 miles) from Tbilisi - two hours from Tbilisi.

And as a bonus you can find some of the tastiest Georgian traditional dishes, wine and enjoyable evenings at the fireplace…

So, take a break and get away!

DRAFT ITINERARY
Day 1 - Drive from Tbilisi to Gudauri
Day 2 - Enjoy the winter activities in Gudauri
Day 3 - Late arrival in Tbilisi

GENERAL
The tour provides package service /FB/
Accommodation & Meals
Hotel in Gudauri /2nights/
2 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners.
Mode of travel: coach/on foot
Tour Staff & Support: Driver
Group size: Up to 9 pax

Price for Professional English speaking Ski teacher and mountain guide from $20 per hour

OPTIONAL EXCURSIONS:
Ananury architectural complex 16-17th cc with frescos
Svetistkhoveli Cathedral of 11th century;




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