Borjomi is famous for its mineral water industry (which is the number one export of Georgia). Archaeological excavations have revealed the existence of stone baths in the area, proving that these mineral waters have been utilized by people for thousands of years. Because of the supposed restorative and healing powers of the area's mineral springs, it is a frequent destination for people with health problems. Borjomi is also home to the most extensive ecologically-themed amusement park in the Caucasus.

Best Of Borjomi

  • Blue Palace “Firuza”
  • Mineral Water Park
  • Borjomi Museum Of Local Lore
  • Gogia’s Castle
  • Peter’s Castle 


Daily Sightseeing Tours ( at an additional cost)


Borjomi Park, Borjomi-Kharagauli National park.

Covering more than 85,000 hectares of native forest and alpine meadows, the Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park is a protected area located 160 kilometres from the nation’s capital of Tbilisi in the central part of Georgia that includes 3 regions: Imereti, Samtskhe-Javakheti and Shida Kartli. One of the largest national parks in Georgia, it includes six administrative districts stretching from the resort of Borjomi to the town of Kharagauli. Together with adjacent Borjomi Nature Reserve, the total area is 851 square kilometres, more than 1 percent of the total territory of Georgia. The administrative and visitors centres of the Park are located in Borjomi and Kharagauli. The park administration manages 4 various types of protected areas – Borjomi Nature Reserve,Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park, Nedzvi Managed Reserve and Goderdzi fossil forest Natural Monument.

Overnight in Borjomi.


After breakfast, visit to Bakuriani Ski Resort, where you can enjoy skiing, skating, horse-riding, children parks and etc.

Mountain Didveli, Kokhta route, Bakuriani #25th platform.

The all season “Didveli” park is a happy and fun place visit with kids, and there is plenty to keep children of all ages entertained.

Overnight in Borjomi.



After breakfast, check out from hotel and start the tour.

The tour includes:

Uplistikhe Caves, Gori fortress, Cathedral church of Gori, Jvari Monastery, Svetitskhoveli Monastery, Samtavro Monastery.

Uplistsikhe, whose name translates to 'Fortress of the Lord', is an ancient rock-hewn town which played a significant role in Georgian history over a period of approximately 3,000 years.  Archaeological excavations have revealed extraordinary artifacts dating from the late Bronze Age all the way up to the late Middle Ages.

The ancient cave city was built on a rocky bank of the Mtkvari River, approximately 15 kilometres east of the town of Gori. Between the 6 th century BC and 11 th century AD, Uplistsikhe was one of the most important political, religious, and cultural centres of pre-Christian Kartli, one of the predecessors of the Georgian state, and flourished until it was ravaged by the Mongols in the 13 th century.