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Georgia Group Tours for Solo Travelers

Travel solo as part of a group tour to Georgia

Why Travel Solo To Georgia?

Until recently, many people would have struggled to find Georgia on a map (or mistaken it for a US state), but this intriguing country is now firmly on the radar for adventurous solo travelers.

Cradled within the Caucasus Mountains, on the Silk Route between Europe and Asia, the former Soviet Republic has long been a melting pot of history and culture. From the chaotic charm of Tbilisi’s old town streets to Europe’s highest village, Ushguli, you’ll discover its rich heritage at every turn. 

Delve into the birthplace of wine, Kakheti, where 8,000-year-old traditions meet modern viticulture. Explore the mysterious cave city of Vardzia, with its ancient houses carved into the cliffside, and trek to the remote hilltop Gergeti Church for breathtaking views of Mount Kazbek.

Best of all are the Georgians themselves, who welcome visitors like family. Don’t even think about leaving before you’ve experienced the sensory delight of a traditional supra – a feast of rich flavors and warm hospitality – best shared with new Flash Pack friends. 

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Top places to visit in Georgia


Set in a dramatic valley, Georgia’s capital is a cosmopolitan metropolis with eclectic restaurants, traditional markets and a hipster nightlife scene. Explore the historic Old Town with its narrow streets, ancient churches and domed abanotubani (sulfur baths). Don’t miss landmarks such as Narikala Fortress, the Holy Trinity Cathedral and the Peace Bridge.


Officially named Stepantsminda but commonly known as Kazbegi, the valley town is a base for hiking and biking in the beautiful Caucasus Mountains. The highlight is towering Mount Kazbek (5,047 meters), but you won’t want to miss trekking up to the Gergeti Trinity Church, a picturesque 14th-century monastery perched dramatically on a hill overlooking the town.


Kakheti, in eastern Georgia, is the country’s premier wine-producing region. The fertile foothills of the Caucasus are dotted with ancestral vineyards and ancient monasteries where viticulture has been traced back over 8,000 years. Today, the area is home to hundreds of wineries, ranging from small family maranis (wine cellars) to commercial cellar doors.


Carved into the side of a cliff in southern Georgia, this Unesco-listed monastery complex is an architectural marvel, dating back to the 12th century. Explore its network of caves, chapels and tunnels, and admire its stunning frescoes and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The drive here is particularly dramatic, passing through narrow canyons and arid, rocky valleys.

Trips to Georgia

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5 Days in Georgia

Undiscovered Georgia

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Georgia Facts

What's the national language?


What’s the currency?

Georgian lari (GEL)



Top three activities

1. Take a local cooking class
2. Hike to Gergeti Trinity Church
3. Taste qvevri wine in Kakheti

Top five dishes to try

1. Khinkali – boiled dumplings filled with meat or vegetables
2. Khachapuri – pizza-like cheese pie
3. Chakapuli – fragrant lamb stew flavoured with sour plums
4. Mtsvadi – grilled pork or beef chunks on a skewer
5. Churchkhela – chewy nuts dipped in grape syrup

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Average temp in high season

What's the weather like?

Georgia has a diverse climate with four clear seasons. Summers are hot and sunny with inland areas like Tbilisi averaging 77-95ºF (25-35ºC), while winters are cool 32-45ºF (0-7ºC). Mountainous areas such as Kazbegi and Svaneti are colder, often dropping below freezing in winter, and heavy snowfall is common at higher elevations.

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