Caucasus small group tour

A rewarding two-week exploration of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia, with historic cities, gorgeous landscapes and workshops with local people.
Azerbaijan: Baku Caves at Gobustan National Park Cooking masterclass at Caravanserai restaurant Maraza Shamakhi Sheki Georgia: make lunch with a Georgian family in their home Gremi Architectural Complex Telavi famers’ market Wine tours Kazbegi Stalin Museum in Gori Uplistsikhe Cave Town Borjomi Cave town of Vardzia Mtskheta Tbilisi Armenia: Yerevan Armenian monasteries
US $3995 excluding flights
15 Days
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia
Small group
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Description of Caucasus small group tour


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US $3995 excluding flights
This is the per person group tour price, based on 2 sharing.
The price is subject to change with exchange rate and flight cost fluctuations.
Make enquiry

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Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.


We ensure our guides are mindful about protecting the environment in which you travel, and they do a fantastic job of promoting having a minimum impact to the environment whilst traveling. In Azerbaijan, our trip includes a Gobustan NP. In the Kazbegi alpine region we plan walking excursions to limit reliance on motorised transport. The tour is designed in such a way as to maximise the potential for walking through extensive visits to monasteries, and old towns.

Apart from actively supporting the national park system as perhaps the best method of reconciling conservation needs with those of humans wishing to live the wilderness, we also support long-standing agriculture, which is why we schedule a visit to local craftsmen who make the 'qvevri' amphorae in which Georgian wine is held. The wine-growing is as old as the hills here, and we wish it to remain that way.

We strongly advise all travelers to bring a reusable water bottle - this is an easy way to save plastic waste and is detailed in our ‘What to bring’ trip notes for all trips to all destinations. Your guide will remind you where and when you can fill up your re-usable water bottle.

In short, we go where the natural environment is least compromised. This principle shapes our itineraries around the Kasbegi high-alpine region and the high plateau of Lake Sevan.


As regular travelers, one thing that never ceases to amaze and inspire us is the kindness and generosity of local people, often people who have very little to their name. We firmly believe that they are who make these places special should and that they should benefit from our visit. Therefore, as first preference, we use local guides and locally-owned lodges, shops and eateries. We do our best to ensure that the benefits of our tours reach as widely as possible into the communities where they operate. We also support a small portfolio of charities and local grassroots organisations. For example, in the Khaketi Valley, we visit the Bodbe Nunnery, and the Nukriati social organisation, with whom we learn the ancient practice of felt-making. Not once but twice on the trip do we interact with local families, with whom our clients will learn the art of home cooking. These cultural interactions are not only valuable for the local economy, they foster cross-cultural understanding, supporting local families, organisations, and by extension the wider community.

In Georgia our ground handlers use local drivers and staff, who ensure that all supplies are purchased locally for all journeys. Our belief is that all operational costs should go directly into the local economy wherever possible. Improving employment opportunities in remote regions is a powerful tool in tourism and something that goes right to the heart of our responsible travel ethos.

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