Address: Ts. Dadiani St. 7, Tbilisi, Georgia Qarvasla Center, Floor 2. B226
Enjoy your stay in Georgia and explore the ancient traditions of Georgian hospitality, taste typical Georgian food and sample famous Georgian wine. Do not miss the chance to visit historical cities, cave towns, museums and UNESCO world heritages. Meet the local people and feel the Georgian spirit. Admire definitely stunning landscapes of Georgia.
Path of wine History has deeply intertwined with the Georgian traditions. Georgia is the place where wild grapevine grew naturally. The grapes seeds that were found on the territory of Georgia belongs to the earliest kind of the cultivated wine in the world. Stone Age people were producing wine here up to 8 000 years ago. With centuries passing the art of wine making remain same for Georgian people and is described by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
A country of majestic nature and unique culture: mountains, meadows, rivers, lakes; ancient cave towns, eminent cathedrals, delicious cuisine and wine;
In Georgia there is a saying: “guest is sent by God”, and in fact, every guest in Georgia is greeted with love, respect and warmth. Be our guest and explore Georgia with us, taste delicious Georgian wine and cuisine, participate in cooking process and feel Georgian spirit.
Akhtala is a historic mud-cure resort in Georgia, not far from the town of Gurjaani, Kakheti region. Akhtala resort is also a winegrowing and horticultural region of Georgia. It’s located in the Alazani valley, 122 km east of Tbilisi and is known for its mud spas. Important part of your spa stay is therapeutic mud. The volcanic eruption produces mud riched with biologically active elements. Akhtala mud is grey and liquid. Depending on a procedure it is heated to 36-48 ° C. There are diverse procedures for the mud therapy: massages, mud baths, physiotherapy and many others. At the Akhtala resort people with skin diseases, bone and joint diseases, peripheral nervous system diseases and others are treated. The Climate of Akhtala resort has low humidity and relatively low precipitation. You will also enjoy pure air of Akhtala larch forests. The resort season lasts from April to December.
Georgia since ancient times is a deeply religious country. Despite the enormous reverence for Christianity, people in Georgia are very tolerant and with due respect refer for other religions. In Georgia, there is a huge number of monasteries, churches and holy places that tourists can visit.
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|Address:||Ts. Dadiani St. 7, Tbilisi, Georgia Qarvasla Center, Floor 2. B226|
|Tel.:||+(995) 322 157717|
|Mob.:||+(995) 557 317490|