Gudauri is one of the most fascinating ski resorts in Georgia, which is located in on the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range 2,200 (7,200 ft.) meters above the sea level. When you reach the destination, you will find out that Gudauri ski resort has 22 ski slopes. Twenty percent are professional slopes and the other eight one is beginner’s slopes. For this moment the total length of skiing routes is over 54 km. The main reason why you should try this tour is that it does not provide you just skiing, Gudauri ski resort is a place full of different exciting opportunities to create a holiday to remember. Gudauri Ski Resort official season opens at the beginning of the December and closes in March.
On the way to Gudauri resort due to your wish, you can make shortstop by the Jvari Church which is a sixth-century Georgian Orthodox monastery near Mtskheta, eastern Georgia. Along with other historic structures of Mtskheta, it is listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO and stands on the top of the rocky mountain. Farther continue the way to skiing resort and stop by beautiful Ananuri fortress and Jinvali Lake.
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SKIING OR SNOWBOARDING
Gudauri offers ski slopes for beginners and even professionals. We will provide all the special equipment and skis or snowboard in Bakuriani. Beginners will be able to use a personal ski teacher service to learn skiing for the first time in their lives.
you can reach for the sky by experiencing paragliding. You can jump with an experienced paragliding instructor, from almost the highest point. During the flight, all you need to do is take a deep breath and have a look at those snowy mountains.
Drive your way in the snow and feel the adrenaline in Gudauri Snowy mountains
If you want to be the first who touched the untouched snow, you can try Heliskiing or Heli-boarding. The helicopter will take you up to the untouched snow and you can ski down from there.
|08:00||Pick up from the hotel|
|10:00||Arrival in Gudauri Ski Resort|
|Free time for Activities or Skiing|
|20:00||Back to Tbilisi|