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This tour will be the best way for you to grasp what Georgia is about, and the best way to get as close to what Georgia entails as possible. You will be in the best hands to tour Georgia, visiting the right places to eat and drink, and experiencing all the impressive sights to see. Staying at local small family-owned guesthouses or hotels each night, stories from local people, homegrown food, home brewed wine and chacha, and delicious local dishes will make you fully understand why Georgian hospitality is as famous as it is. Everything is included in the price, you will not have to pay for anything once the tour starts!
During this tour, you will spend the night and eat in the most authentic guesthouses. Mother cooks on old wood stoves with fresh vegetable from the garden and sons will show you the family wine cellar, and give you a taste of that. There is no better place to experience these things than being at a family place.
You can leave your wallet at home during the tour. From experience, Mototravel Tbilisi knows this is the most practical and comfortable way. The only thing you have to do as their guest is ride your bike.
Besides that, you will have the opportunity to fully enjoy the nature, culture, the unique Georgian hospitality and the amazing cuisine and the drinks to go along with that. On the road, you will visit a lot of sights; century old churches and other buildings but also the most amazing viewing points. There are basically too much to mention. That is why you will not find all of them back in the day-to-day plan you will find below. Nevertheless, visiting these sights is a must to seep in the unique culture of the country.
First of all, you will be picked up from the airport and brought to your accommodation in Tbilisi, wherever in the city it may be.
After getting ready for your first day on the road in Georgia, you will discover the most famous wine region of Georgia. Take in the endless wine fields combined with a steppe-like landscape. You will start taking the curvy roads up to the Gombori pass. You ride down through beautiful roads crossing the forests and end up in Telavi, the regions capital.
From Telavi, you will follow the wine fields and taste a little bit of some of the wines. After the area gets more mountainous again, you will end up in Sighnaghi. Enjoy authentic Georgian meals and a stunning sight for your guesthouse awaits; endless plains with the eternal snow-capped Caucasian mountains behind them.
Today, you will leave Kakheti and move towards Kazbegi. The diversity of Georgia will reveal itself perfectly during this ride. From desert-like areas through long green fields with forests around them, you will then end up in Kazbegi. A mountainous region with peaks up to 5,000-meter high. Views on this ride are just stunning.
Mountain passes go up and down as they take you from corner to corner, heaven for any motorcycle enthusiast. Your accommodation offers the same views over Mount Kazbeg to enjoy the spectacular views of the famous Gergeti church surrounded by the Caucasus mountain range.
With a circling move, you head down south. From Kazbegi, you ride back over the famous Georgian Military Highway. Through the most beautiful roads crossing the national park, you head west, with windy roads with hairpins and amazing scenery. The small bypass road connecting the old capital of Georgia called Mtskheta with Gori, mostly famous for given birth to Joseph Stalin.
For those interested, you will pay a visit to the museum that gives an unusual account of his life as the leader of the Soviet Union. Gori has also been the theater for another historical event, the Russian invasion of 2008. At request, your hosts will give an intriguing yet interesting account of that.
Further on down the road, you ride to Racha, a mystical region that has been undiscovered by foreign tourists. Often it is compared to Switzerland because of its serene calmness and the impressive mountains surrounding the area. You will notice the differences with the mountains in Kazbegi, both have their unique shape and look.
Beautiful windy roads get you op to Oni, an idyllic village where you will stay for the night at Temur’s guesthouse. He built and made almost everything you see at his guesthouse himself, this includes the skinned bear and wolf skins. His wife will prepare the most delicious specialties from Racha for you. As Stalin’s favorite wine comes from this region, you should not leave the chance to see what his taste was like. Eat freshly smoked ham, distil you own chacha, and bake your own bread in the Georgian ‘’tone’’.
With a swirling move, you head out of Oni. After heading Weswards in this region, you move to the south. The curvy roads through Racha are a Valhalla for any motorcycle enthusiast. The relaxed vibe and empty roads make it a perfect place for motorcycle riding. Leaving Racha, you have to opportunity to visit the famous Promotheus caves, the biggest cave complex of Europe, an immensely old complex with astonishing sights. From Prometheus, you end up in Kutaisi, Georgia’s second biggest city.
From Kutaisi, you move southwards towards Vardzia. The region is not only famous for its beautiful nature but also because of the numerous immense cultural and historical treasures that it houses. One of the most special ones being the secret monastery build in the 12th century into the rocks of which the front collapsed during an earthquake. The roads here are twisting around rivers, cliffs, and castles. The region had a history of mixed ethnicities and religions co-existing peacefully, and this still remains.
Today, you take the small road connecting Georgia’s east and west, going through the hills and mountains of the south. With surroundings changing from quickly, exemplifying Georgia’s natural diversity, every 20 kilometers nature is changing. With beautiful scenery and roads with many curves a great way to end the trip. Coming from the mountains behind Tbilisi, you enter the city with some great viewpoints and the sun falling down over the city. End of the tour.
Everything described in this package is included within the total price of the package. Mototravel Tbilisi's guests do not have to pay for anything when the tour starts. They provide all meals (big and delicious), local drinks at the guesthouses or restaurants during dinner, entrance fees, patrol, accommodation, etc. Also with groups bigger than five persons, a minivan will go along on the tour as a backup vehicle.
Mototravel Tbilisi has helmets and motorcycle jackets at their garage. Nevertheless, almost all their customers bring their own gear, and you are recommended to do that. Motorcycle gear has a very specific fit so it is in your own interests to do so. While only a helmet is obliged while riding a motorcycle in Georgia, you are recommended to come with a full motorcycle outfit, both for rapid weather changes and safety.
Mototravel Tbilisi designs their tours to be flexible. This tour has 90% on road. Nevertheless, they always offer their guests to make off-road trips in the mountainous areas. They always do this in the morning before you depart from your hotel. Or, you can do it at the afternoon after arriving at the hotel. If people were to choose to go for all off-road options, than the total tour is around 30% off road and 70% on road.
All of Mototravel Tbilisi's bikes have suitcases mounted on them for your luggage / convenience. This includes helmet (even though for your own comfort you are recommend to bring your own), gloves, motorcycle insurance (including damages given to third parties).
Riders must be at least 21 years of age due to the insurance policy. In addition, riders must have been in the possession of their motorcycle driving license for at least three years.
Due to various jobs (a quite notable one as an actor in a beer commercial), Willem got to know the country, the people, and even the language quite well. This is what makes him the perfect tour guide. He knows all the right places to eat and drink, and since he traveled through Georgia by motorcycle for quite a while now, he can tell you all the impressive sights to see.
This tour will take you through winding roads crossing mountains and desserts in Georgia, starting from Tbilisi visiting Kakheti, Kazbegi, Racha, Kutaisi, Vardzia, and ending in Tbilisi in a loop. Be amazed by the stunning sights to see and experience the sincere Georgian hospitality!
During this tour, you will be served daily breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks. During every meal, there are no limits whatsoever when it comes to food and drinks. In addition, both lunch and dinner are warm and very comprehensive meals.
Tbilisi International Airport
Please book your flight to arrive at Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport (TBS). Transfer from to this airport is included. Mototravel Tbilisi will pick you up from the airport.
The beauty of both Georgia’s nature and culture have both been heavily influenced by its geographic. It is what makes the country so unique but also what can make the hidden gem tricky to fly to. Here are some useful tips for making an efficient and not too costly trip to Georgia. Most airliners only fly to Tbilisi from regional hubs such as Istanbul and Kiev. Many times, you will have to transfer at one of those airports (especially when traveling from the EU). Luckily, the amount of flights going to Tbilisi directly is increasing. Please also check airports which are abroad but close enough, Georgia has some direct connections that you might not expect.
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