David Gareja & Signagi Tour


Travel with TrekGeorgia to the Eastern region of Georgia – Kakheti and visit David Gareja cave complex (6th c) located in the semi-desert area at the border with Azerbaijan. A rock-hewn David Gareja monastery complex characterizes with marvelous frescoes, caves and the convergence of architecture into the semi-desert environment. Then depart to the Signagi town, famous of its wine and lovely architecture. Signagi is surrounded by defensive walls, beautiful streets, and brilliant wines. Visitors can walk into the narrow streets of the city, enjoy with stunning views over the Alazani valley and taste traditional Georgian wine. During the TrekGeorgia cultural tour to David Gareja and Sighnagi, visitors can take a tour of the Pheasant’s Tears winery which produces organic wines from very rare Georgian grapes. Tour to David Gareja and Signagi is a gem of Georgia sightseeing tours. 

Itinerary:

Lavra monastery of David Gareja complex -was founded in 6th century by the Assyrian father David and soon became one of the most sacred places for Georgians. By the 12th centuries, several thousand monks lived and worked here. They carved hundreds of cells, churches, chapels, refectories and living quarters hollowed out of the rock face.

Udabno Monastery of David Gareja Complex – Take a 2-hour hike to Udabno Monastery complex where you can see fascinating frescoes painted in the 10th to 13th centuries, rock-hewn churches, chapels, and caves.

Signagi – known as a “city of love” offers visitors lovely streets, houses with marvelous wooden balconies, a chance to walk over the defensive wall (18th c), and taste one of the best Georgian wine. A tour of the local winery will be provided.


Tour Price Includes:

✅ Guide/Driver Service

✅ Transportation by comfortable vehicle

✅ Fuel Surcharge


 Price Does Not Include : 

✘ Lunch

✘ Travel Insurance

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