Dream honeymoon in Georgia for Saudi expats
The honeymoon period allows you and your spouse to spend crucial private time together reflecting on your wedding day and planning your future life. Booking a honeymoon with your new spouse is vital for your relationship for a variety of reasons. When life becomes hectic (as it almost always does), it’s tempting to put fun things on hold. Your honeymoon is an opportunity to prioritize play, which is crucial for your marriage. This is why you should plan your honeymoon in Georgia, as it provides you a chance to experience new adventures together.
Things to do on your honeymoon in Georgia
Wine: According to Georgian legend, their predecessors invented wine. Georgian wine has historically been aged in buried clay jars known as kvervri. Georgian wines are typically fruity, rich, and semi-sweet due to the winemaking regions’ sunny and warm climate. Among the most prominent are the Mtsvane (dry white), Saperavi (the most popular red), Mukuzani (a dry red made from saperavi grapes), and Kindzmarauli (a dry red made from saperavi grapes) (a beautiful semi-sweet red).
Art & Culture: Marvel at the floating men and women, one-of-a-kind moves, and spinning dance maneuvers depicting conflict, love, and friendship—your first taste of Georgian dances! Georgian folk melodies are also quite lovely. Music may be used to tell a story. UNESCO has identified Georgian polyphonic singing as an Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Adventure: Georgia is the place to go if you appreciate the great outdoors and hiking. Georgia offers a diverse geography that includes deserts, beaches, and mountains despite its tiny size. Hiking and camping enthusiasts will adore this country. You may also unwind at spa resorts or visit stunning lakes, canyons, and waterfalls.
Tbilisi: a city full of churches, courtyards, deteriorating balconies, and cats. Explore the historic city’s alleyways, pay a visit to the Holy Trinity Cathedral, sip wine in one of the city’s numerous wine bars, and close the day with a bath and massage at one of the Abanotubani district bathhouses.
Kutaisi: Rich in monuments, including tunnels, dinosaur footprints, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, monasteries, and a futuristic parliament building, to name a few. The city, located 230 kilometers (143 miles) from Tbilisi, serves as an excellent base for exploring the region’s cultural and natural features.
Batumi: If you are traveling in the summer, you should stop at Batumi. This central Black Sea coast city is a favorite summer destination for many Georgians and is only three hours from Kutaisi.
The best part is, that you won’t have to worry about food when you choose Georgia as your honeymoon destination because it combines food from east to west, creating a unique experience.
The cost of your Georgian honeymoon
The Georgian Lari is the country’s currency. A trip to Georgia will usually cost between €30 and €35 per person per day (about $36 to $42 USD). Food and drinks are cheap (particularly when visiting from GCC countries), public transit is cheap, and the cities are walkable.
Conclusion on your honeymoon in Georgia
Georgia offers everyone everything, from vineyard-dotted verdant valleys to historic churches and watchtowers set atop stunning mountain landscapes. It is the ideal location for a low-budget European honeymoon. You’ll be astonished at how little you have to pay for one of your life’s most unforgettable events.
Our staff assist you in planning your ideal honeymoon. We will also capture the unique moments of love in some of the most historic locations. The best part is the weather in Georgia. It is almost always moderate as compared to the harsh and long summers in Saudi.
To find out more about how to plan your honeymoon in Georgia, talk to one of our team members now!