Visit - Bagrati Cathedral named after Bagrat III, the first king of united Georgia, the beautiful Cathedral is a well-preserved complex, with wonderful mosaics and wall paintings. The cathedral and monastery represent the flowering of medieval architecture in Georgia.
Gelati - the greatest monastery cathedral of Georgian culture “Golden Age” (XII c.); here at the main entrance is the grave of David the Builder. The king wanted to be buried in a place where all people coming to the monastery would step on his grave.
“Prometheus" cave is one of the richest caves of Europe. It is characterized by the variety of underground rivers and beautiful landscapes. Walking route for tourists is 1060 m. near the main entrance about 60metres long there is a lake. The cave itself is very breathtaking with its specious architectural halls, which are 16 of them and each one is distinct by scales and unsurpassed shape. Prometheus cave is one of the richest with its space, variety and underground rivers and landscape.
Overnight in Kutaisi.
Drive through the beautiful Landscapes of Racha Province and visit Nikortsminda church (the church of XI c. distinguished with rich relieves), a masterpiece of Georgian architecture, famous with its engravings.
Barakoni church - XVIII c.
In the evening arrive in Oni.
Visit one of mineral springs in the vicinity of Oni.
The symphony of ornaments – the unique paragon of Georgian Architecture (XI c.);
The church of mountainous village with the wall paintings of XIV c;
Overnight in Oni.
Wine tasting in ‘Khvanchkara’ wine company;
Lake in Racha
After lunch proceed to Batumi;
Accommodation at the hotel in Batumi;
Walk on the night parkway; (on demand)
Overnight at the hotel in Batumi.
Breakfast at the hotel
Visit Sarpi the border between Georgia and Turkey;
Swimming in sea;
Gonio Fortress - the Fortress of Antique Age (I-II cc. AD) a real paradise for the lovers of historical and cultural antiquities. Former strategic politic economic and cultural centre of the eastern roman border, the place of burial of one of the apostles of Christ-Margata in Apsarosy.