Feast your eyes and taste on autumn’s delights;
- Grape harvesting season — “Rtveli” is the traditional vintage (the process of picking grapes and making wine) accompanied by celebrations that mark the end of the agricultural cycle for the year.
- Heritage breaks in autumn — Georgia contains immense cultural and historical heritage, being host to 150 museums and 12,000 historical landmarks, 3 of which are included in the UNESCO World Heritage list
- Countryside breaks — Time for picking berries and mushrooms in the forest, walks in fresh, crisp air, through the hills of Georgia’s countryside, and see it teeming with wildlife, where you can find endemic plants that can’t be found elsewhere in the world!
- Bird watching / Migration along the Black Sea – this is a very exciting time for bird watching in Georgia. Kolkheti National Park is simply an amazing place to sit back and enjoy the spectacle of migration in full flow as up to 100,000 birds pass right over us.