Omalo-Kazbek

Tour features:

  • Tracking through rough terrain with a light backpack
  • The length of the route is 105 km.
  • The average height of hike is 2000 - 3000 meters above sea level.
  • The highest point of the route is 3431 meters above sea level.
  • Hotel, homely hotel , tent.

Price per person: 1090$

For groups of 9 or more: 950$

Included in cost:

  • English speaking guide.
  • 6 nights at the hotel with breakfast and two dinners;
  • 4 nights at homely hotels with breakfast and dinner;
  • 3 nights in tents;
  • Transfer by jeep to all points within the program;
  • Transfer of luggage by horses (one large backpack per person);
  • Tourist gas burner for cooking breakfast and dinner in the field;
  • Visit to the wine cellar and wine tasting;

The motives of interest:

  • Unique alpine scenery;
  • Unspoiled valleys and gorges;
  • The typical mountain fortress of the Caucasus and the countryside;
  • Original monuments of Georgian church architecture;
  • Carved into the rock, David Gareji monastery complex;
  • Excellent Georgian wine and cuisine;

Two-week tour, with the main focus on eight-day hike in the very heart of Caucasus Mountains, from Omalo to Kazbek, promises adventurers a truly unique experience. Far from bustling cities and settlements, ancient mountain paths will open your eyes to a fascinating panorama of mountains ridges, glaciers, century-old towers that look down proudly at the untouched valleys and gorges. The road will be made easier by horses carrying the baggage, and an experienced and attentive guide will acquaint you with the history and traditions of this marvelous area. The tour will also be highlighted by visits to monuments of Georgian architecture: Svetitskhoveli, Alaverdi and David Gareja monastery complex, which is situated in a totally contrasting geographic area. During the tour you will also have the opportunity to taste national cuisine and sample famous Georgian wines.


Detailed schedule

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