A brief update on what’s been happening since we completed our epic 850-kilometer-long Transcaucasian Trail in Armenia. After a seven-week hike, it was time for several things: Read More: Hiking … Read more
Overland Travel in Georgia (Caucasus)
Rising quickly on the travel list of popular countries, Georgia is one of the small countries in the Caucasus that are on the ‘border’ of Europe and Asia. Well-known for its outdoor possibilities with remote tracks leading into the mountains, overlanders, hikers and cyclists will all find ways to have their own adventures.
The capital of Tbilisi is an interesting mix of Europe and Asia, of old and modern, of pleasant parks and fancy places to go for coffee or dinner. Throughout the countries you come across reminders of Georgia’s ancient history and with plenty of empty spaces, overland camping is bliss.
Ever since we started our journey in Vladivostok in eastern Russia, many towns we passed have looked pretty much the same. The architecture of one-story houses and derelict apartment buildings, … Read more
We thoroughly enjoyed Georgia’s capital, in particular the old town. It’s a city that invites to be explored on foot. And one of the best things was all the street … Read more
The soft chiming of small bells resonates in the misty surroundings, taking us to the past and the stage of a decisive battle in Georgian history. The sun penetrates through … Read more
No, we are not in the US. We are in Georgia, the small country in the Caucasus at the intersection of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. Georgia borders Turkey, Armenia … Read more