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We visited Tbilisi with a schooltrip and had the best time exploring the city with Gamarjoba tours! On our first day, we did the Jvari- Mtskheta private tour (4 hours) in the morning and the food&drink tour in de afternoon/evening. Our guides were guide Ekaterine, Mariam and toastmaster Beka! They were the best!! The morning tour was very nice, and the view from Jvari monastery was amazing! At 4 p.m. we started the food&drink tour. At first the guides showed us the Cathedral and we ate some delicious Katchapuri! After that we took the metro and had to climbe for a little while. At this moment we arrived at some tram which took us into the mountains, it was absolutely breathtaking! The view from up here was very beautiful. We had some typical Georgian style donuts and then we took the minibus (also known as the party bus) to a local family. I honestly have to tell you that this was the most valuable moment in my trip to Georgia. We arrived at a local family and they taught us how to make some typical Georgian dishes. After this we ate at long tables with the whole group. This was so special. Toastmaster Beka made this a night we will never forget. Speaking off the partybus I mentioned before, there are no normal rides in this bus.. We were free to connect with the bleutooth audio system and partied very hard in the bus, every single time. We had the best night, and after we arrived back at the office of Gamarjoba, Tata and Beka were kind to show us some clubs in the city! Again, this was an unforgettable night! The next day, we were planning on having a wine tour through Georgia. This also was very nice. We had the same guides and they definitely knew our group of 26 people now. They didn’t even feel like our guides anymore, bus they were just part of the group! The tour was lovely and took is to some beautiful places that we wouldn’t have seen if it wasn’t with this tour. We had three different tours with Gamarjoba and we are so happy we have done all three of them. We had some difficulties with paying in cash (this is nessecary at Gamarjoba) because all of the ATM’s in the city weren’t able to give us the big amount of money in GEL.. So we had some talks with Sasha (the manager) and he helped us very well. I would definitely recommend Gamarjoba Tours if you visit Tbilisi, because you will never be able to find such special tours and guides! I can honestly say that we made some very good friends in Georgia with all of the employees that we spoke to! They would offer us a glass of wine every single time we arrive at the office and they said if we ever had trouble in the city, they would have our backs! So again, I would like to thank all of you so much for the last few days and I hope we can show you the Netherlands sometime soon as well!
I have 3 tour with gamarjoba, 1 Walking tour and 2 Private tour to Bakuriani & Vardzia. All the staff so friendly it feels like going on a trip with ur friend. Makes my time in georgia more memorable. Big Thanks to ur staff for such a wonderful service :)). Ps : Bakuriani with Kukushka is a must, The snow was amazing, feels like im on hogwart express :)(
I spent the whole day with Davit. We went to the Cave's, ate at a wine-farmer's place (the food and wine tasting was easily the highlight of the tour) and after that went to borjovi, chilling around, enjoying the fresh air. Really appreciated Davit as a guide. He is young, funny, knows a lot, apeaks very well english and its always fun with him. Can recommend 10/10.
Highly recommend for wine lovers! Even bake traditional bread. Had alot of fun with our tour guide David. Thanks for an awesome day!
An amazing tour through the Caucasus mountains! The tour stops at all the must sees going north of Tbilisi. All locations we visited were special in their own way. We even had the option to go paragliding for 300 GEL! Big thanks to our tour guides Katie and Giorgi, you really made our tour special!
Shoutout to guide Ekaterine, Mariam and toastmaster Beka! We were here on a school trip and it was awesome.
The best tour of my life as solo tour. Vato is the guy anyone needs to have a good tour. Good communication, nice character, friendly personality and good sense of humor.
A well-packed and properly planned tour with various sites to visit and explore. Natia was patient, knowledgeable and a very fun tour guide. From the ancient cave town (Uplistsikhe) to the Stalin museum in Gori to the Jvari Monastery and, finally, to the ancient Georgian capital of Mtskheta, there was a well spaced litany of experiences and sights. Lunch with a local family in Gori and authentic Georgian treats at Mtskheta were the icings on the proverbial cake. Highly recommended.
He is the best one till i got in Tbilisi. You will learn alot and getbthe knowledge and gonna have too much fun.
It's one of the most unforgettable memories with best driver and kindest tour guide Nini, keep going, you're the best!!
The tour was arranged by gamarjoba and the guide was ekaterina, she was great, full of energy, well organised, fantastic spots. One should dedicated a day for this when in Tbilisi.
I had a very enjoyable visit to Jvari Monastery and to Svetitskhoveli Cathedral with my knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide, Vato Khinikadze at Gamarjoba Georgia Tours. Because it was Sunday, we had a chance to observe communion at the Jvari Monastery and Sunday Service at the Cathedral, both of which are very interesting and different from the Sunday Services that I am used to in the US. After those visits, we walked through souvenir stalls in Mtskheta, which I did not find as interesting. It did not take that long to get to Mtskheta and not that long to visit the monastery and cathedral so I was grateful that Vato suggested that we visit the dry bridge market in Tbilisi on our return. That was a lot of fun and good way for me to end my travels in Georgia.
This excellent day tour out of Tbilisi by Gamarjoba Georgia Tours blended a nice relaxing day of tasting traditional clay pot wines and traditional Georgian bread, with sharing experiences with my fellow travelers (there were 4 of us) and our excellent guide, George Turkadze. The visits to wineries and to the bread making village were pretty informative, but for me, the highlight of the day was having lunch at the restaurant above the winery, not just because of the great food, but because it gave us all a chance to talk about Georgian culture, food and history. We also visited the monastery of St. Nino (I thought it was particularly interesting to watch parishioners interact with St. Nino's grave) and the town of Sighnaghi (which I thought was less interesting but was also at the end of a long day that had a good deal of wine). Lunch and the cost of wine tasting at the second winery (10GEL for 2 wines) was an additional cost. Entry into the wine cave and wine tasting at the first winery were included in the tour cost. i think the chemistry of this tour group was excellent and credit is due to George for helping bring out the best of our group.
This was my second tour with Guga Evgenidze (passionate guide) and Mikheil Meladze (fearless driver) of Gamarjoba Georgia Tours in Mikheil's Toyota Prius, or what Guga called our "time machine". This part of Armenia is a bit of a throwback to the Soviet era, passing by old shuttered factories and Soviet cars, buses and trucks plying what little is left of the highway (which either gives you a massage or motion sickness depending on your view). Each of the 3 major stops along this tour provided a glimpse into churches and fortresses that are centuries old and spectacular views across the dry mountains and valleys of northern Armenia. Immigration control was pretty quick and simple (although it took our driver a little longer to convince authorities to allow him to return to Georgia) as was changing money at the grocery store when we entered Armenia. This is an excellent way to experience another country while using beautiful Tbilisi as a home base.
I thoroughly enjoyed this Garmarjoba Georgia Tour thanks largely to my knowledgeable guide, Guga Evgenidze and my nerves-of-steel driver, Mikheil Meladze. I was transferring from Tbilisi to Kazbegi to stay for 2 nights. I was picked up at my Tbilisi hotel and dropped off at the end of the day at my Kazbegi hotel (tired and windblown but very happy). The sights along the way were interesting (the Jinvali reservoir, the Ananuri Castle and the Russian Georgian Friendship Monument). We also stopped by the confluence of 2 rivers that in Spring would have different colors but at this time of year, there was not much to see. What was more interesting was getting to talk to Guga and Mikheil about Georgian history, politics, food, sports and music. These guys have a real passion for their country and an enthusiasm that was contagious. By the time we reached the friendship monument and Gergeti church, we were battling strong winds and new snow (the ride up to Gergeti was pretty challenging). So I didn't spend much time at these sites but I got great photos of the mountains and mountain roads in snow. Meals and the jeep ride to Gergeti (50GEL) were in addition to the tour cost. I thought the restaurant Guga chose for lunch was so good and walked back down to it the next day for lunch.