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Vanda Chikhladze

I was born in Tbilisi – capital city of Georgia. Then my parents and I moved to live in another country. Having returned to Georgia, I rediscovered the country.
Georgia is a small country, but it is so diverse and multifaceted that you never tire of admiring it.
I love to share my experience with the visitors from all over the world.

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"Family experiences, active and adventure travel, farm tours, Eco and responsible tours, and luxury travel."

How did you get involved in travel?

"Living in a country with such a tourism potential, it was always interesting for me to meet people and get their opinions.
I liked listening to the incredible stories that tourists told when they got to Georgia.
A mix of culture, nature, people who make you feel like home – the main thing I’m happy to share with visitors."

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"The most memorable experience was the first time I went to Kazbegi (Stepantsminda). 15 years ago this place wasn’t such popular, as now.
I was mesmerised by the beauty and grandeur of the mountains around me – that was unforgettable and breathtaking felling. I left for Kazbegi for 1 week but stayed there for a month.
The nature, waterfalls, mist, people around me – that was an incredible experience."

Vanda is part of the following groups: Georgia Travel Agents
Sevanavank Complex on Lake Sevan, Armenia
Caucasus Tour of Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia - 14 Days

Discover the incredible Caucasus Region with this trip through Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia, complete with guided tours in the capital cities and visits to numerous monasteries, churches, and ancient, historical sites. Explore the region's culture with a wine tasting in Georgia's Kakheti Region, a visit the Absheron Peninsula to traverse Azerbaijan's "Land of Fire", and the beauty of Lake Sevan, Armenia's largest body of water and home to the scenic Sevan Monastery. Enjoy famous views of the Caucasus Mountains atop Gergeti Trinity Church in Kazbegi, Georgia, and Tatev Monastery in Armenia, which requires a ride on the longest non-stop cable car in the world.

Gergeti Trinity Church
Best of Georgia, from Tbilisi to Kazbegi - 7 Days

See the best of Georgia in this week-long tour, starting and ending in Tbilisi with guided walking tours and opportunities to explore its old castles, churches, monuments, mosques, and sulphur baths, plus endless museums and a natural waterfall within the Botanical Gardens. Then head into the Kakheti region in the heart of Alazani Valley, stopping at family-run wineries, monasteries, cave towns, and historic villages along the way. Visit renowned sites like the mountaintop Gergeti Trinity Church and the Jvari Monastery overlooking Georgia's ancient capital of Mtskheta.

Lagodekhi National Park
Eco-Friendly Georgia Tour: Tbilisi, Lagodekhi, Borjomi, Batumi & More - 12 Days

Join a green tour through the beautiful country of Georgia. You'll traverse the nation east to west, from Lagodekhi near the Russian border to the autonomous Adjara region next to Turkey. Expect to pass by cities like Tbilisi and Mtskheta, visit nature reserves, and tour ancient ruins. Throughout the journey, you will be traveling aboard an eco-friendly vehicle, enjoying organic farm-to-table meals, and staying in family-owned hotels. 

Highlights of Georgia: Tbilisi, Caucasus Mountains, & More - 12 Days

Discover the beauty of Georgia, an under-the-radar gem, on this 12-day tour. Take your time getting to know the unique capital city of Tbilisi before heading further afield to discover the country's historic monasteries and opulent churches, breathtaking mountain views, and thrilling archaeological sites.

Armenia & Georgia Tour - 9 Days
Armenia & Georgia Tour - 9 Days

This 9-day itinerary hits Georgia and Armenia's cultural and historic highlights. Visit the multi-ethnic crossroads of Europe and Asia in Tbilisi, explore small-towns in Kakheti, and discover 6th-century Jvari Monastery. Cross the border into Armenia to see 10th-century Haghpat monastery, Sevan Lake, and a 2000-year old Mithran sun temple. End your trip with a visit to Yerevan's Republic Square and nearby Saint Hripsime Church—one of the country's oldest.