2 Days tour

Itinerary: Tbilisi-Shatili-Anatori-Mutso-Ardoti-Tbilisi

Start: Pick up from your hotel

1 Day. Heading to the mountains.

  • Up to the mountains stop at Barisakho village – the largest village of Khevsureti with a population of about 200. It contains the municipality hall, school, hospital, post office and other institutions.
  • Korsha Etnographical Museum which tells the story about Khevsurs life.
  • Lunch-picnic in a picturesque place at Datvis Jvari Pass – the highest point of the route (2677 m).
  • Kistani and Lebaiskari abandoned villages with tower-houses.
  • Arrival to Shatili – the main sight in Khevsureti village.
  • Dinner and overnight at guest house in Shatili.

2 Day. Exploring the life of abandoned mountainous villages.

  • Shatili sightseeing.
  • Anatori village. It’s a dead village, where nobody is living.
  • Mutso village. Ruined fortress village of Mutso is straight out of a fantasy movie. Located on rocky hill at 1880 m above sea level, it has about thirty towers (about 300 years old) and dozens of dead lonely houses, left alone after earthquakes. The towers are connected to each other by a warren of walls, roofs, stairs and ladders. Many of the restored towers offer access to the wide wooden balconies that look out over the valley. Rehabilitation works are due to start at the site soon.
  • Lunch-picnic.
  • Ardoti village. In this village lives only one family. Here you can see ruins of ancient churches.
  • Drive back to Tbilisi.

Upon your wish on the 3rd day can be organized guided Tbilisi City Tour!

Price includes:

  • Transportation with jeep or 6-seats Mitsubishi Delica
  • Professional guide in Russian or English (upon your request)
  • Accommodation at guest houses with breakfast
  • Meals like mentioned in program
  • Excursions and entrance fees

Note, that “Ugo Travel” has the right for slight changes in the program or in its order due to temporal site construction, weather conditions or other reasonable obstacles. Also there might be slight changes in pricelist due to currency rate changes

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