A country which boasts of having given wine to mankind, Georgia still produces over 500 varieties of grapes. With 40 percent of the total 69,700 square kilometer area being covered with unmatched forested landscape, Georgia within the Caucasus is filled with a magnificent history and bountiful nature. Located at the eastern end of the Black Sea, this proud nation is still undergoing transition ever since it has fallen out of the Soviet Nation in 1991. Having managed to preserve a cultural and traditional history of over 9,000 years, Georgians have a bearing leaning to the West, than being influenced to the immediately close Muslim nations.
Featuring a large biodiversity, Georgia is home to a great amount of snowy mountainous regions alongside beaches and costal attractions of Abkhazia and Adjaria towns located on the Georgian Black Sea Coastline. Displaying strong traits of hospitality, chivalry and conducts of personal honor, Georgians are warm hearted to affectionately greet you with open arms.