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Georgia Tour Packages
In spite of being situated in the Caucasus region exactly at the junction of Eastern Europe and Western Asia, Georgia is still largely anonymous to tourists outside of Eastern Europe and the Middle East, making it a special tour attraction in the region. Though Georgia is a small-size country, it is filled with tourist attractions such as ski resorts, deserts, Black Sea coasts and alpine zones. Apart from that, Georgia has several hiking and backpacking-friendly mountains, which makes it a heaven for outdoor camping lovers in the summer season. Whilst in winter months, these mountains are covered with spectacular snow-capped glaciers, crystal clear rivers, lakes and an abundance of wild animals such as bears, eagles, and wolves. As a former Soviet Union country and partial part of the Ottoman empire, Georgia is equally packed with ancient spots ranging from deserted industrial facilities to masterpieces of Soviet Modernism, Communist buildings to Russian-designed functioning infrastructure. During your trip to Georgia, you’ll encounter such conventional style artwork, but you’ll also observe modern building, particularly in well-developed cities such as Tbilisi. What’s even better, the Georgian people are friendly and even have a traditional saying that “Every guest is God-sent”. That means your trip to Georgia is actually a vacation into kindness and humanity. When compared to Western European cities, the crime rate in the entire of Georgia is fairly lower. Despite the fact that Georgia is broken down into 11 religions, about 83% of Georgian are Orthodox Christians, while Islam is the second-largest religion. Georgia on the North borders Russia and Turkey and Armenia and Azerbaijan on the South and East.
The historical record reveals to us that the Georgian nation has robust deep roots along with its ancient and rich cultural heritage. Aside, the Georgian language is also the oldest and the most interesting to hear. Similar to Arabic and English, Georgian does have its 33-letter alphabet believed to be in accordance with the variety of Aramaic spoken in the time of Jesus. Through the years Georgia has developed a reputation for being a friendly nation. Regardless of nationality, race, and religion, Georgian take care of all visitors with as much admiration as possible. Upon arrival, the guest is often greeted with refreshments to ensure that guests feel as cozy as they would be at their own residence. In addition to several other unique customs, Georgia also has a unique dinner tradition where dinner tends to last for longer than usual. Such big dinners are called supras, where a table is stuffed with diverse meals and guests sit around it for a long time. The coordinator of the supra, referred to as Tamada, is accountable for keeping the audience active while dining. Yet another unique custom that is widely practiced in Georgia is lighting on graveyards. Following Easter Sunday, local residents visit graveyards of their lifeless relatives to honor them. This tradition features a holy meaning for several Georgians.
Even though because of the foreign occupation Georgians had embraced the best of what the Greeks, Mongols, Turks, Russian, and Arabs had to offer, Georgians are proud of their distinctive dishes and tradition and thrilled to share them with curious visitors. Warm comfort food like khachapuri (cheese-stuffed bread), Khinkali, Qababi, and soup-like Lobio along with Adjika (Chili paste) and herbs like tarragon, flat parsley, dill, and coriander blended with walnuts are notable Georgian cuisine. In Georgia, livestock is still a lucrative employment opportunity for thousands of Georgians as used in various types of dishes like Guda cheese and Sulguni. Aside, in Georgia everyone loves beef, and it is used in an assortment of sauces and spices, soup, roasted, etc. In addition to dairy and meat foodie lovers, Georgia is also a perfect spot for vegetarians as the plants are also used in different foods such as Phkali. To get even more intense with the Georgian foods, consider a home-cooked meal, a food tour, or get your hands dirty by taking a Georgian cooking course.