GEORGIA EXPEDITION 2017

GEORGIA EXPEDITION 2017

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Late January 2017 - Specific dates TBA

ITINERARY

DAY 1: Arrive Tbilisi and transfer to hotel; half day of rest followed by cultural tour of the capital, finishing at a Georgian wine cellar
DAY 2: Early morning departure for Svaneti (overland, approx. 9 hrs drive); afternoon arrival to Latali village near Mestia, an important center of Georgian culture for centuries; settle into local guesthouse for the night and prep for ski/splitboard tour to the isolated mountain village of Adishi
DAY 3: Morning departure for Adishi; use the ski lift at a developing resort for access; tour from the top and shred down to the village; guesthouse accommodation in Adishi
DAY 4: Shredding around Adishi; tour back towards Latali and catch transport down valley to the village of Etseri; accommodation with local family in Etseri
DAYS 5-7: 3 full days shredding the endless terrain surrounding Etseri; accommodation with local family
DAY 8: Tour from Etseri to another mountain village with a great vibe, Becho; accommodation at family owned hotel in Becho
DAY 9: Tour from Becho to Mestia (epic tour combined with amazing shredding); traditional Svan feast in the nearby village of Latali; accommodation at hotel in Mestia
DAY 10: Return transport from Mestia to Tbilisi with possibility for a few cultural stops along the way (overland, approx. 9 hrs drive); final night at nice hotel in Tbilisi; departure the following morning

Itinerary is subject to change due to weather and snow/road conditions.

PRICE INCLUDES

40 Tribes guides; Tbilisi airport (TBS) pickup and drop-off; 2 nights hotel lodging in Tbilisi; Tbilisi cultural tour; All transport to/from and within Svaneti; All lodging and meals in Svaneti; 7 days of epic guided skiing/splitboarding

PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE

International airfare and baggage fees; Meals in Tbilisi; Items of personal nature such as alcohol, snacks, etc; Personal touring and avalanche safety equipment; Tips for guides