Georgia is a country at the intersection of Europe and Asia. It’s a former Soviet republic that’s home to Caucasus Mountain villages, Black Sea beaches and a great place for a ski weekend. The capital, Tbilisi, is known for the diverse architecture and mazelike, cobblestone streets of its old town. Georgia, also known as the wine country - is believed to be where wine originated.
The Handsomegent Traveler stumbled upon this country by accident while researching for an inexpensive ski trip. J. Lee spent five days traveling through Georgia: visiting Tbilisi, the ski slopes of Gudauri and the mountain areas of Merisi.
With historic sites, wine tasting events and a variety of thermal baths; Tbilisi is a big city with small town vibes. Gudauri’s snowy mountains provide excellent paragliding, skiing, and snowmobiling opportunities. The peacefulness and calmness of Merisi mountainous views offer well needed tranquility. Georgia is sure to be a trip that will keep on giving.
One of Georgia's biggest appeals is its inexpensiveness. Prices for ski resorts, ski lessons, activities, and equipment rentals are vastly low in comparison to other ski areas.
If you’re looking to take an inexpensive ski trip and want to alleviate the planning, purchase J. Lee five-day Georgia Itinerary. It includes booking links to hotels and ski resorts, contact info to private drivers and photographers, as well as suggested excursions, and restaurants.