The Upper Svaneti (UNESCO) region is an exceptional example of mountain scenery with medieval-type villages and tower-houses. It is home to village of Chazhashi with more than 200 of these very unusual houses, and one of the highest permanently inhabited villages in Europe- Ushguli, located at 2200 m above sea level.   David Gareji  - This grandiose complex of cave monasteries located in the semi-desert in Eastern region of Georgia- Kakheti, was established in the 6th century. Set in the top of high cliffs, the caves look down at the landscape of Azerbaijan, their walls still covered with striking religious frescos. 
Bagrati Cathedral (UNESCO) - The cross-domed Cathedral of Dormition, overlooking Kutaisi was built in the 11th century during the reign of King Bagrat III. Notable for its grandiose proportions, façade composition and relief carvings, the cathedral was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1994. 
Jvari Monastery (UNESCO) - Built in 5-6th centuries and being one of the first Christian churches in Georgia, Jvari Monastery rests prominently on a hilltop, looking down on Georgia’s former capital of Mtskheta; it is visible for miles and it is of significant religious importance for Georgians. Vardzia, cut into steep cliffs above a river valley used to serve as city hewed in the rock in 12-13th centuries. It climbs up thirteen stories and contains around 250 caves. The main church is carved into the living rock and the walls serve as a canvass for one of the only three portraits of Queen Tamar painted in her lifetime.
Gergeti Trinity - The subject of a million tourist photos, book covers and postcards, Gergeti Trinity is the church that says ’Georgia’ like no other cultural monument. Built of massive granite blocks in 14th c. and being the only church located at an elevation of 2170 m. above sea level in Georgia, it is facing one of the highest and picturesque glaciers in the Caucasus- Mt Khazbegi (5047m). 
Mutso - Abandoned village Mutso, located on rocky hill at 1880 m above sea level, has about 30 medieval towers, dozens of roofless houses left after earthquakes and large tombs where human skulls can be seen. In semi-pagan, semi-christian shrine- Khani, people still leave offerings keeping ancient highlander/nomadic traditions alive. The surrounding green, steep mountains, also dotted with ruins of unknown structures, create absolutely surreal atmosphere.    Botanical Garden of Batumi , founded in 1912, is stretching its wonders of nature over 120 hectares. The gardens are divided into 9 geographical zones harboring over 5000 different plant species brought from all over the world; plants of completely different climatic and landscape zones co-exist here. Botanical Gardened also has collection of 1200 Rose species and exceptional view on Black Sea and its coast. 
  Kackhis Sveti  - Located on 40 m high natural rock pillar, 9-10th c church of Katckhis Sveti is fairly one of the most bizarre religious monuments in Georgia. Archeological evidence proves that the site used to serve religious purposes from pre-Christian times. Due to its unusual location and remoteness from civilization, the place keeps a unique atmosphere. 
Ushguli - The picturesque and exceptionally remote village of Ushguli in Svaneti, is unique not only for its amazing collection of medieval towers, but also its altitude- 2200 metres above sea level). Claimed as the highest permanently inhabited village in Europe, it spends much of the year snowed in. On a clear day it looks straight into the face of Georgia’s highest mountain Skhara.  Gelati Monastery and Academy, build by king David Agmashenebeli during Golden Age of Georgia (12th c), was often referred to as ‘second Athens’ because of its respectable reputation. The interior walls are covered with brightly colored frescoes and altar wall is crowned with wonderful mosaic that dates back to the church’s inception.
Tobavarchkhil - Located at 2643 m above sea level in wildlife of Egrisi ridge, accessible only for two months  and only by foot crossing subalpine and alpine meadows and passes, Tbavarchkhili Lake is one of the most beautiful and remote natural monuments of Georgia. Seasonally visited only by few courageous travelers, lake is of glacial origin; water from it flows through narrow canal of a rock and falls as a waterfall. 
Dmanisi Archeological Site - Calling for international attention in 2001 and rewriting human history, Dmanisi is home for archeological site where 1,8 million years old human skulls were discovered. It also represents open air museum, as well as site with remains of settlement from early Bronze Age, remains of prehistoric and extinct animals such as rhinoceros, elephant, giraffe, tiger and a child tomb from 14th c.    Prometheus Grotto , which is one of the richest caves of Europe, is characterized by the variety of underground rivers and beautiful landscapes. The cave is rich with stalactites, stalagmites and mineral rock curtains. The long of walking route for tourists is 1060m and the route by boats on underground river is 280m. Sataplia Cave- Sataplia protected area- a wonderful mountainous monument of nature covered with Colchis forest, is preserving over 200 dinosaur footprints inhabiting those territories several million years ago.
Shatili – nomadic fortress village, located next to the Chechen border is a unique complex of medieval fortresses and fortified dwellings located on a steep rock pinnacle. Some 60 towers clustering together create a single chain of fortifications.
Georgian Wildlife - Nestled within the Caucasus eco-region, Georgia has a diverse array of habitats, wildlife and National parks, from Vashlovani in the east - home to some of Europe’s last native leopards, to the Kolkheti wetlands in the west, a Mecca for bird-watchers the world over. The country is home to the Asian leopard, grey wolf, brown bear, Eurasian lynx which is on Red List, and many other carnivore species. 

Uplistsikhe Cave Town was constructed and inhabited between 6th c. B.C. to 14th c. A.D. It represents with architectural complex of dwelling quarters, wine-cellars, bakeries, ancient pharmacy and even theatre hewn out in rock; cave town is also a place where the Great Silk Road used to pass.