Honeymoon in Georgia: A dream trip for Dubai expats
Weddings in the Middle East are about parents, grandparents, and having a wonderful time with your friends. On your honeymoon, the two of you can forget about the rest of the world and just be yourselves. Whatever that means to you-adventuring, hiking and camping, dining your way through your preferred destination, or resting and being pampered. It’s an opportunity for the two of you to re-establish your connection following a frenetic wedding preparation process. Anyone who has been to a wedding will tell you that the day flies by and that you virtually blank out throughout it. Your honeymoon is the time when you get to sit back and enjoy the company of your partner. This is why you deserve an exotic, well-planned, and memorable honeymoon in Georgia.
What makes Georgia a perfect honeymoon destination?
Georgia offers everything it has, from historic churches and watchtowers located amid beautiful mountain landscapes to verdant valleys studded with vineyards. It is the ideal location for a low-cost European honeymoon. You’ll be astonished at how little you have to pay for one of your most memorable experiences.
Kutaisi: With its central position its a great starting point for visitors interested in viewing canyons or nature reserves. From here, you may spend a day or more seeing magnificent natural areas without being drained from long drives. The Okatse and Martvili Canyons, Katskhi Pillar, and Vardzia cave settlement are all within a short drive. Georgia’s historic capital is one among the country’s oldest cities, having residents dating back to the second millennium BC. You might want to add it to your list of locations to celebrate your new relationship because it is one of Europe’s 16 oldest cities.
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.
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.
Things to do on your honeymoon in Georgia
Visit the Kutaisi Market: Centraluri Bazari is the culinary center of Kutaisi. Local vendors offer fruit, spices, artisanal wine, chacha (Georgian brandy), and a variety of other things at this large traditional market. Get a feel for local life at the non-touristy Kutaisi market.
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.
The best thing is that when you select Georgia as your honeymoon location, you won’t have to worry about cuisine because it blends food from east to west, producing a unique experience.
Conclusions for planning your honeymoon
Dubai offers its desert and all of its technological marvels provide a surreal romantic journey that is both modern and traditional in essence. These can drain your bank accounts and even your energy if you are planning your honeymoon in summer. As compared to Dubai, Georgia offers beautiful moderate subtropical summers. However, the most significant benefit Georgia provides is the very cheap cost. The Georgian Lari is the country’s currency. A vacation to Georgia will usually cost between €30 and €35 per person per day (about $36 to $42 USD).
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