Thanks to its unique natural landscape, Georgia is a true paradise for motorcycle tourism. The fascinating landscape, the indescribable feeling of freedom will leave indelible memories.
You will switch from one climatic zone to another and enjoy the majestic view, see peaks and glaciers that rise more than 5000 meters above sea level, crossing the subtropics with bamboo groves, semi-deserts and green valleys. This eco-diversity gives you the feeling of having visited three continents at the same time.
1. Day: Arrival at Tbilisi airport.
Arrival, greeting and transfer to the hotel. After the entire group has arrived, the detailed briefing follows. You will receive all the necessary instructions for using the motorcycle as well as all information about the travel plan. After the introductory event, a test drive and motorcycle handover will take place. A mechanic is available to all participants right from the start to adjust the control levers, adjust the motorcycles and clear up any technical uncertainties.
2. Day: Rustawi-Mzcheta / ca. 140 km
Enduro tour to Mtskheta Trialeti ridge (Lesser Caucasus, length 200 km, width 30 km, the top of the Squelette (2803 m). Today we can imagine the diversity of the Georgian landscape: steppes, rocks, stone and forest paths and also some river crossings. This is a great opportunity to get used to the motorcycle. You will encounter almost every type of landscape one could wish for on an enduro tour. Your enduro photo album will be enriched by many impressive photos. After lunch you will see the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site and the center of Christianity and pilgrimage in Georgia. At the end of the day we will meet in the most popular restaurant in the ancient city of Mzkheta, the Salobio , which translates as " Beans in clay pots " means. Here you will get to know Georgian cuisine and probably love it too.
3. Day: Mzcheta (Natakhtari) – Omalo / ca. 180 km
Enduro tour to Omalo: the KTM Georgia Guide leads you along the green and velvety Tianeti mountain range along the azure blue lake Sioni. In the holiday resort of Sioni you can linger over a cup of coffee and chat about life with tourists and locals. If you go down into the famous Alazani Valley, famous for its ancient wine culture, you will be offered a picnic at a stop by the river to recharge your batteries before climbing over the Abano Pass (2926 masl) to Omalo . Here you have the opportunity to charge cell phones and prepare your camera for a new adventure. And you can freshen up yourself with a kababchik with tomato.
And so you drive along the highest, narrowest and most beautiful road in Georgia, which winds up and down in gorges and meanders through mountain rivers, surrounded by the grandiose mountain ranges of the Caucasus.
4. Day: The journey along the Caucasus-Omalo, Dartlo, Parsma / ca. 80 km
Enduro tour in the heart of the Caucasus: Your motorcycles carry you to an altitude of 3200 m above sea level, and under a seemingly endless canopy you can enjoy the splendor of the Caucasus in absolute silence. You visit the most remote corners of Tusheti and leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life far behind you.
Here you will get to know the fabulous hospitality of the Georgians. In their colorful clothes, the locals look like flowers in a meadow. Here you can learn how easy it is to be happy.
5. Day: Omalo - Sighnaghi / ca. 160 km
Enduro tour to Sighnaghi: Discover the oldest wine region in the world on your enduro motorcycle. The picturesque town of Sighnaghi, reminiscent of idyllic Tuscan villages, is secluded on a hill above the Alasani Valley with a fascinating view of the Caucasus mountain range. The locals call this picturesque city the "balcony of the Caucasus". End the day at sunset with a glass of wine on the balcony of your hotel in Sighnaghi and all the stresses of the day are forgotten!
6. Day: Sighnaghi - Rustavi / ca. 140 km
Enduro tour to Rustavi: Today you can expect an unforgettable, 138 km long drive through the steppe, which with its barren desert character is reminiscent of a bizarre lunar landscape. The route leads to a forgotten rock monastery, a remote relic from the past with beautiful wall paintings from Byzantine times. The monastery is an absolute insider tip and is only visited by a few, local off-road tours and not by mass tourism.
In the afternoon we visit the famous Dawit Gareja monastery from the 6th century, which is associated with the origin of Christianity in Georgia and is particularly important in religious and spiritual terms.