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Martvili Canyon and Prometheus Cave from Batumi

1. Martvili Canyon and Prometheus Cave from Batumi

Witness some of Georgia's most stunning natural landscapes on this guided tour. Visit the famous Prometheus Cave and Martvili Canyon in a comfortable vehicle. MARTVILI CANYON: You will find yourself in one of the most beautiful and mysterious places in western Georgia - the Martvili Canyon, where the great king of the united Georgia, David the Builder, spent his childhood. For thousands of years, water has worked its way through soft limestone rock to create this natural wonder that will transport you to a fairytale world far from civilization. You will take a boat along the steep cliffs, see an underground river that turns into a waterfall at the exit of the canyon, and also examine the fossils preserved in the depths of the canyon. PROMETHEUS CAVE: Of the thousands of caves in Imereti, Prometheus Cave is the largest and most impressive. Inside, you will be amazed by the shapes of stalactites and stalagmites that form frozen stone waterfalls, breathe in the healing air and see underground lakes, the surface of which has never been exposed to sunlight. And then you can sail out of the cave by boat along the bed of the underground river.

Batumi Guided Walking Tour

2. Batumi Guided Walking Tour

Explore the charming city of Batumi as you visit its most iconic attractions and immerse yourself in captivating stories on this walking tour. Gain insights into the city's rich history, vibrant culture, and the unique challenges it faces. Take a stroll through the ancient streets of Old Batumi, where you will uncover treasures like the Neptune Sculpture, the Statue of Medea, the Astronomical Clock, and the charming Piazza Square. Continue your exploration along the Boulevard, where you'll be captivated by the mesmerizing Dancing Fountains, the iconic Alphabet Tower, and the kinetic statue of Ali and Nino. Admire historical and modern marvels, experiencing Batumis’s unique blend of tradition and innovation.

Batumi: Bus Transfer to/from Tbilisi

3. Batumi: Bus Transfer to/from Tbilisi

Enjoy a safe transfer between Tbilisi Mari Market and Batumi Central Station. Travel comfortably in an air-conditioned vehicle with plenty of luggage space. Stay connected and make the most of your journey with complimentary onboard amenities. Let your driver navigate you through the traffic smoothly. Experience a comfortable journey in premium vehicles maintained to high hygienic standards.

Batumi to Mtirala National park - Half day hiking group tour

4. Batumi to Mtirala National park - Half day hiking group tour

We start at 14:00 from our office in Batumi and drive to Mtirala National Park. Once we get there we cross the river by the handmade cable-car and hike for 3 km to the waterfalls. Due to the trek terrain we strongly recommend using hiking shoes. People who like cold water can swim in waterfalls. There is a rope attraction in the park that is children's favorite spot. Once we're exhausted and full with emotions we get in the van and drive back to Batumi. The tour finishes at 18:00 at our office.

From Kutaisi: Batumi and The Black Sea Coast Guided Day Tour

5. From Kutaisi: Batumi and The Black Sea Coast Guided Day Tour

Georgian Black Sea coast has a lot to offer to visitors, from sandy to stone beaches, historical fortresses, tea plantations, ancient parks and gardens, mountain villages, and distinctive culture. During this day tour from Kutaisi, you will visit the Black Sea coast in Guria and Adjara regions, visit natural wonders, savor Adjarian cuisine, and explore Batumi. You will leave Kutaisi in the morning with Megobari Tours Georgia guide. First, you will stop at the magnetic sand beach with healing properties, and continue to explore the Dendrological park with thousands of species of exotic flora, flamingoes, and bamboo forests. Continue on the lush green mountain road to explore the 6th-century Petra fortress on a cliff at Tsikhisdziri village. Before entering Batumi's old town, you will enjoy local cuisine during lunch at a port fish market, where your chosen fresh seafood is prepared at a local restaurant. In Batumi, you will stroll along the 140 years old Batumi Boulevard, and see the famous Ali & Nino sculpture, Alphabet Tower, various modern sculptures along the boulevard, the tiny Japanese garden, and the famous Batumi Octopus cafe building (open in the summer season only). Will continue walking to Europe Square, most famous for the Medea statue and the Astronomical clock. Here you will learn the legend of the Golden Fleece, the Argonauts, and Princess Medea. Upon request, you will visit the local Mosque, built during Ottoman rule. At the end of the day, you will take the Argo cable car for an impressive Batumi and sea panorama. In the evening you will come back to Kutaisi, drop off at your Kutaisi hotel.

Wine & Dine Tour To Batumi Waterfalls

6. Wine & Dine Tour To Batumi Waterfalls

Explore vineyards, cellars, and village on a day trip from Batumi to Makhuntseti. Visit the 50 meters high Makhuntseti and Mirveti Waterfalls, Arched Bridge, connection of two revers and experience the essence and intricate flavors of Georgian wine with a tasting. In this excursion we will visit Georgian family which produces numerous types of wines, Chacha and Cognac. Also we will degustate Georgian traditional food and hear Georgian traditional toasts

From Tbilisi: First or Second Class Train Ticket to Batumi

7. From Tbilisi: First or Second Class Train Ticket to Batumi

Take the stress out of your trip between the city of Tbilisi and the coastal city of Batumi with this train ticket. Choose a second class train ticket or upgrade your experience with a first class ticket that provides you with access to better seating and more legroom. Hop aboard the comfortable train at the Tbilisi Central Railway Station. Leaving Tbilisi behind, the train winds its way through the Georgian countryside. Rolling hills dotted with vineyards and orchards pass by the window, showcasing Georgia's rich agricultural heritage. Watch as small villages with traditional Georgian houses occasionally break the rural landscape, offering brief glimpses of local life. Feast your eyes on these picturesque sights through the train's large windows. Finally, the train pulls into Batumi Central Station, marking the end of the journey. Batumi, a vibrant seaside city known for its modern architecture, palm-lined promenades, and lively atmosphere, welcomes you at the terminus.

Batumi & Mtirala N.P. hike group tour from Kutaisi

8. Batumi & Mtirala N.P. hike group tour from Kutaisi

We start picking up guests at 07:30 and at 08:00 we leave Kutaisi. Once we arrive in Batumi we start a walking tour in the city. The first stop is Europe square and statue of Medea. Then we move to Piazza square and to Church of St. Nicholas. From here we go to Batumi port. Afterwards group visits moving statue of Ali & Nino. The next stop is alphabet tower of Batumi. Then we walk down boulevard and through dancing fountains park. The last stop of our excursion is The Drama Theatre of Batumi and statue of Neptune. Afterwards we take a boat ride in the sea across the Batumi beach. the boat ride finishes by 1 p.m. and we stop in the local restaurant for a lunch break. After the lunch we drive to Mtirala National park. Once we get there we cross the river by the handmade cable-car and hike for 3 km to the waterfalls. People who like cold water can swim in waterfalls. There is a rope attraction in the park that is children's favorite spot. Once we're exhausted and full with emotions we get in the van and drive back to Kutaisi. The tour finishes at 20:00.

Best Of Batumi: Private, Guided Walking Tour in the City

9. Best Of Batumi: Private, Guided Walking Tour in the City

Take a 3-hour stroll through the must-see highlights of Batumi with an experienced guide. Your tour starts with a visit to Piazza Square, which is surrounded by a complex of hotels, restaurants, cafés, and pubs. The Italian architecture of this square is adorned with mosaics and stained glass art. Next, explore the Greek Church of St. Nicholas, one of the oldest in the city. As you continue on to explore Europe Square, your guide will tell you the story of the Colchian Princess Medea and the magical golden fleece.   Finally, you’ll hit the main highlight of the tour: Batumi Boulevard, which stretches 8 kilometers along the Black Sea coastline. This street is lined with popular attractions, beaches, cafés and bars, and colorful fountains. On this multi-faceted boulevard you can explore, chat with local fishermen, have a glass of wine, or take in the sea views. Also on the Boulevard, you’ll discover the Ali & Nino moving statue, a symbol of eternal love, and inspired by a truly tragic story.   Finally, explore the lighthouse port, the gate to the sea, as well as more dancing fountains. At the end of the tour, your guide will be glad to suggest other activities for you to do during your stay in Georgia.

Batumi Botanical Garden Petra Fortress and Miniatures Park

10. Batumi Botanical Garden Petra Fortress and Miniatures Park

Batumi Botanical Garden: Begin your odyssey at the world-renowned Batumi Botanical Garden, where lush greenery meets stunning landscapes. Nestled between the Black Sea and the mountains, this botanical haven showcases an impressive array of flora from diverse climates, providing a serene start to your journey. Petra Fortress: Marvel at the imposing silhouette of Petra Fortress, an architectural marvel that crowns the cliffs of Tsikhisdziri. This ancient stronghold, dating back to the 6th century, boasts an elevated position, offering commanding views of the surrounding landscapes and the vast expanse of the Black Sea. Georgia's Miniatures Park: Step into a world where the grandeur of Georgia's historical landmarks comes alive in miniature form. From ancient fortresses and medieval churches to modern marvels, the collection offers a chronological journey through Georgia's past, allowing visitors to witness the evolution of its architectural and cultural identity.



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What people are saying about Batumi

It was fantastic, though we moved at a fairly rapid pace despite the intense heat and humidity in Batumi that day. Our guide, Hakan, was very good and was always willing and able to repeat the info that he told the majority of the Turkish tour group in English, which I greatly appreciated and which made my tour experience a very good one. Our bus driver was also very good. The pick up and drop off for my Turkish friend and I was very good before and after the tour and the condition of the tour bus was very comfortable and clean. The tour was excellent, the service of Get Your Guide very good, but want future tour participants to be fully aware that they will be visiting a very cool and interesting Georgian city (Batumi) that is filled almost entirely with unsmiling, unfriendly and rude people who seem to resent their foreign visitors and show little interest or care in their visit to their city. My tour group of 12 people agreed with me (10 Turkish and 2 Azeri nationals) about this.

We started our tour from a black beach on the Black Sea :) In October, the water was warmer than our Baltic Sea in summer... We saw jellyfish, dolphins and a rainbow... We had the opportunity to try fresh seafood (lobster, octopus, shrimp, oyster) purchased at the market and later prepared in a nearby restaurant. We saw the beautiful architecture of the city and felt its atmosphere :) And we owe everything we experienced to the very nice, professional guide Aleks. Thank you, best regards, kisses :) If anything, call me, you have my number ;) :)

The guide (Alex) was very good, we exchange a lot of stories and curiosity from respective country! And the fish from Batumi was super good :)

It was an amazing day. We had the best guide and enjoyed every single moment. Small group and lots of opportunities to discover Batumi!

Our guide was very knowledgeable and spoke excellent English. We had flexibility to spend more time if we wanted. A great day!