Explore traditional winemaking, exquisite cuisine and historical landmarks of Georgia in 7 days! Find out more about tour itinerary and book your unforgettable holiday.
5-day Georgia halal tour will present the best of Georgia: cultural and historical places, architectural monuments and natural beauties.
Experience all major Georgian winter destinations during the 11-day winter tour. Gudauri, Bakuriani and Mestia – all in one adventurous journey.
Georgia has a distinctive cultural legacy, is renowned for its traditions of hospitality and food, and is located at the strategically significant intersection where Europe and Asia converge. Bahrain and Georgia have many differences that create an interest in both Bahrainis and Georgians to explore each other’s countries. Bahrain is an archipelago in the Persian Gulf that is primarily flat and dry. It comprises a low desert plain that gently rises to a low central escarpment, with the Mountain of Smoke's 134 m (440 ft) peak serving as its highest point (Jabal ad Dukhan). While Georgia is mostly mountainous. The highest mountain in Georgia is Mount Shkhara at 5,068 meters (16,627 ft).
Despite Georgia's modest size, the country has a very diverse climate. There are two main climate zones, which generally correspond to the country's eastern and western regions. Georgia's temperature is significantly moderated by the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range, which also shields the country from the invasion of colder air masses from the north. While Lesser Caucasus Mountains shield the country from hot, dry air masses. Traveling to Georgia from Bahrain will delight guests with a comfortable climate and picturesque scenery.
Let's see in detail why traveling to Georgia from Bahrain is a great choice for a vacation!
The shortest flight from Bahrain to Georgia has 1 stop in Dubai and overall, it takes 6 hours and 15 minutes to Reach Tbilisi.
A visa to Georgia for citizens of Bahrain is not needed. And here you can stay without a visa for a whole year. Georgia is a hospitable country and is open to travelers from almost all over the world, and foreigners with Bahrain resident visas are all eligible for visa-free travel to Georgia.
The nature of Georgia and its beautiful architecture are other strong advantages that will be highly appreciated by visitors. Visit ancient churches and monasteries, beautiful waterfalls and canyons, and many other historical and scenic attractions, as well as the capital city Tbilisi full of history and culture.
Better yet, visit Georgia in winter! If you like snow and snow sports, Georgia is a great choice! There are numerous ski resorts in Georgia. Gudauri is one of the most popular skiing destinations in the county. People who enjoy skiing and snowboarding on extreme slopes and freeriding lovers enjoy this place a lot! Depending on your experience, you can ski from the slopes which are relatively close to the ski lifts, from the northern slopes of mountain Sadzele with no official trails, and from the mountains Bidara and Chrdili, which are not far from Gudauri.
Georgia is renowned for culinary tourism. Wine aficionados are particularly fond of this region because numerous historic winemaking techniques have been found there. Join one of the Georgian food and wine excursions for a complete culinary experience "from farm to table." While visiting farms, neighborhood markets, family homes, restaurants, and wineries, take advantage of the region's renowned hospitality. Taste a wide variety of traditional foods while learning about the complex customs that surround food preparation and consumption, including khachapuri ("Georgian pizza") and Khinkali (Georgian dumplings). Attend masterclasses to learn about Georgia's culinary heritage, including family recipes and the trade secrets of local chefs. You may also attempt cooking regional specialties like khinkali, churchkhela, and various pieces of bread. Visit vineyards and become knowledgeable about winemaking traditions, enjoy savoring the local wines, and take pictures of stunning vineyards surrounded by the Caucasus Mountains.
Several historic mosques will capture travelers' attention. Especially a mosque in Tbilisi where both Shia and Sunni Muslims can pray. Jumah mosque of Tbilisi is situated near the sulfur springs of the city's historic Abanotubani neighborhood, across the street from a church and synagogue. It’s a functioning mosque.
In terms of Halal food, in big cities like Tbilisi, Kutaisi, and Batumi there are halal restaurants like Restaurant Ankara, Beirut Pasha Restaurant, Amira Restaurant, etc.