2020 DEPARTURE DATE
22 APR 2020 - Travel with Joshua
20 SEP 2020
PRICE PER PAX
Early Bird Save Up to RM1,000 *
* Limited to first 10 pax only
* Single Supplement Fee RM2,000
ASIA AND EUROPE MEET WITH EACH OTHER
Situated at the midpoint of East and the west, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia are unique destinations with ancient history, aged monuments and churches, thriving cosmopolitan, splendid scenery, and down-to-earth locals. These countries are not an easy place to explore – roads are rough, transport is often hard to navigate and those who don't speak local languages may find communication difficult – but travelling here is as rewarding as it is revelatory.
Caspian River Cruise
Fine selection of hotels
Handpicked local restaurants
Personal time to explore
Minimum travelling time on coach
HOSPITALITY OF GEORGIA
Georgia is the home of proud, high-spirited, cultured Georgian, which they still maintain their vibrant traditions and superb hospitality until today. Guests are considered blessings and warm hospitality is a part of life. Georgia is also the birthplace of wine, blessed with quality local produce, which contribute to delightful local delicacies and wonderful Georgian feast. Warm reception from these lovely Georgians would be a memorable experience from this journey.
TEMPLE OF ETERNAL FIRE
Constructed in the 17-18th century. Built by the Baku-based Hindu community, this temple is known for its unique natural phenomenon which the Zoroastrians- fire worshippers worship the significance of the inextinguishable fire.
Surrounded by oil fields and desert, Baku quickly became the capital and commercial hub of Azerbaijan. It is famed for its medieval walled old city which manage to combine both tradition and modernity, unlike anywhere else, two elements which can be seen together all across the city architecture such as the iconic stone Maiden Tower, Heydar Aliyev Center and the Flame towers
LAND OF WINES
Discover one of the loveliest city in Kakheti, a small town famous for its breathtaking view of the Caucasus Mountains. Wine is the blood of Kvareli and of Georgia, get a taste of Georgian finest wine at Khareba winery and discover how the ancient traditional Georgian winemaking using the Kvevri clay jars make it into the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists.
ANCIENT SULPHUR BATH
Separated by the Mtkvari River, with its dramatic valley setting, picturesque Old Town, eclectic architecture and superb eating and drinking opportunities, Tbilisi is the vibrant and beating heart of Georgia. Explore the city's unique vibe through old winding streets which measure from the way it melds tradition and multifarious eastern and western influences with an edgy, post-Soviet culture. Tbilisi famous for it's semi-subterranean sulphur baths whose springs gave the city its name (Tbili is Georgian for warm).
CHARMING MOUNTAIN VILLAGE
Admire the scenic landscape as you drive through the high Caucasus Mountains. Visit the famous Gergeti Trinity Church, a humble 14th century church that set against the perpetually snowy peak of Mt. Kazbegi, which play an importance role in Georgian history.
THE ETERNAL CITY
Immerse into the culture wander atmosphere as you wander the city which is drenched in interesting history. From the Silk Road as an international trade point during the 2nd century BC to the iconic monastery of Khor Virap which known for its magnificent backdrop of Mount Ararat.
READY TO TAKE A JOURNEY WITH YOUR PERSONALIZED TOUR PLANNER?
- Return Flight tickets
- 4 star hotels or similar
- Meals as per itinerary
- Guided tours with local guide
- Baku Caspian River Cruise
- Tbilisi Cable Car Ride
- Airport taxes & tips
- Travel Insurance
- 3 Meals as X in the itinerary