My Bucket List For Georgia


During my recent trip to Georgia I tried to check off as many bucket list items as I could. Georgia is an immensely beautiful country with many things to do for any kind of traveler. No wonder I didn’t get to check everything off my list! 

As you might know, I keep putting cool things to do on my list. It wasn’t any different with this bucket list for Georgia, but I tried to enjoy the country to the fullest! Curious now? Let’s take a look!

 

My Bucket List for Georgia

 

  • Learn how to taste wine
  • Visit the Kakheti region
  • Visit the Gergeti Holy Trinity Church
  • Stand on the border of Azerbaijan
  • Visit the Stalin museum in Gori (and buy a Stalin mug)
  • Eat kinkhali
  • Take an epic photo at the Sameba church in Tbilisi
  • Step on the military road
  • Visit Tusheti
  • Eat khachapuri
  • See the monasteries of Armenia
  • Eat a Georgian snickers
  • Taste homemade chacha
  • Tan in Batumi
  • Explore Telavi
  • Taste Chacha
  • Visit Mtskheta
  • Explore the caves of Uplistsikhe
  • Climb Narikala fortress
  • Visit Ushguli
  • Discover the Chronicle of Georgia
  • See beautiful frescoes

 

 

Feel free to use this bucket list for Georgia as inspiration for your next trip to the Caucasus, although you should keep in mind that this bucket list is very personal. Also, a lot of unexpected things happened which I could’ve never seen coming – such as a basketball match between Georgia and The Netherlands. I love to make bucket lists but I should mention that the element of surprise in any trip usually turns up to be the highlight of it. Make sure you’ll allow yourself that time while enjoying this bucket list! 🙂

As always, let me know your recommendations for visiting Georgia – as this will not be the last time for me – by leaving a comment below! You can also tag me on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with your Georgia related news!

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5 Comments

  • Reply
    Milka
    February 8, 2017 at 08:35

    Hi Rose. Thanks for your wonderful and helpful posts, I would just like to ask some questions. How many days did you consume exploring Tbilisi? And which other places did you visit in Georgia? I’m planning to do a short solo trip sometime in September. Also, is it required to have both travel insurance and health insurance? Thanks in advance.

    Gonna be following you blog for more travel updates. 🙂

    • Reply
      The Brave Dame
      February 8, 2017 at 21:32

      Hi Milka!

      Thanks so much! Glad to have you around! 🙂
      I spend a lot of time in Tbilisi as I used it as a base for traveling around. During the 3,5 weeks I was in Georgia I went to several places, from Kazbegi (post coming!) to Gori and Sighnaghi and several places in between. It all depends on what you want to see when you’re there and how you want to travel. Traveling through the country can be a bit time consuming, however totally worth it! Mini buses take you (almost) anywhere!

      Yes, I always advice health and travel insurance! I don’t know what a regular hospital visit costs in Georgia, however I would never risk my health over saving a few bucks on insurance.

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    GE
    February 14, 2017 at 11:40

    Hello, I’m Georgian and i enjoy your posts about it 🙂 from what i have read it seems that you have not been at seaside, you should visit Batumi and Anaklia when there is Gem Fest, also visit Racha and Svaneti the nature is most stunning at that regions 🙂 i can also recommend a lot more food, some regions are famous by their food. You can’t really taste khinkali if you don’t taste it in it’s region and so on.

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    Kemmo
    February 14, 2017 at 11:40

    Hello, I’m Georgian and i enjoy your posts about it 🙂 from what i have read it seems that you have not been at seaside, you should visit Batumi and Anaklia when there is Gem Fest, also visit Racha and Svaneti the nature is most stunning at that regions 🙂 i can also recommend a lot more food, some regions are famous by their food. You can’t really taste khinkali if you don’t taste it in it’s region and so on.

    • Reply
      The Brave Dame
      February 14, 2017 at 21:20

      Hi Kemmo!

      I haven’t been there (yet) indeed! Will definitely do so when I return. Please recommend me all the food you think I should eat, I’m missing Georgian food a lot! Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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