Best of 2017 Winter Destinations in Georgia
The country is said to be a famous destination among a lot of backpackers and is growing rapidly among the adventurers who may not be able to afford expensive destinations in order to fulfill them crave for adventure.
The winter or the cold months of the country begins from December and fades out in the month of February. The Republic of Georgia is said to give everyone a candid reason to visit this landscape. Check out the best places to visit in Georgia, during winters.
This is the best and optimum place to be in the whole of Georgia. It is a famous ski resort that is located on the Caucasia Mountain Range. It is at an elevation of 2,200 meters above sea level with skiable area to enjoy a maximum exposure of fun and entertainment.
Skiing is an important and a must do spot in Georgia and is all about some real adventure in Georgia. You can the chance to choose your type of skiing activity and you can participate for some skiing drill. Types of skiing activities on the ski resort include: Alpine skiing, Nordic skiing and Telemark skiing.
The Gudauri Ski Resort allows you to enjoy ski touring, heli-skiing, snowboarding, speed riding and paragliding.
Why hesitate to explore some beauty? Have a walk around the Tbilisi Town and wander. Whether it’s a sunny day or a chilly night, the beauty of the city remains intact. Walk across the famous Rustaveli Avenue that is said to be home to many attractions of Georgia including The Freedom Square, Parliament of Georgia and the Museum of Georgia. It is also home to one of the oldest Opera House, the Tbilisi Opera House.
HATSVALI MOUNTAIN SKI RESORT
Around 430km from Tbilisi is this mountain ski resort that has ski trails, a hotel, pine forests and a Zuruldi Restaurant which is said to be the highest restaurant in Georgia that offers panoramic view of Tetnuldi and other sites of the Caucasus region.
The ski resort has the famous Leitner ski lift that takes visitors up the mountain ranges within 10 minutes.
A display of various small villages that form a community which is dominated by the towers and are situated on the mountain slopes. These medieval villages and towers have given this area some kind of beauty that is intoxicating. Many tourists flock into these villages that were once used as defensive pillars against the enemy.
Although it might be smallest town in Georgia, this destination welcomes many visitors from across the world. During this period, Georgia has a weather that coincides with the desires of many travelers. Signagi is located at the heart of the wine growing region of Georgia — Kakheti. This town offers breathtaking views of pastel houses and cobblestone streets. The town also has many pilgrimage sites that includes churches, city walls, just to mention a few of them.