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Small Luxury Resorts are a collection of Quality Resorts in Tropical Holiday locations across the World, offering Quality Accomodation at affordable Price.
Enjoy your stay at any of the below listed Small Luxury Resorts.

Santosh Choudhary

Founder
Small Luxury Resorts



Sunday, March 20, 2011, 06:14
Republic of Georgia, a former Soviet Republic, is a country located in the Greater Caucasus, situated at the juncture of Eastern Europe and West Asia; it is bordered to the west by the Black Sea, to the north by Russia, to the southwest by Turkey, to the south by Armenia, and to the southeast by Azerbaijan.

Georgia is a tourist dream with its warm people, exotic culture and stunningly beautiful landscapes. The country has impressive natural resources, a rich history, a strong sense of tradition and a distinct culture of hospitality.

Georgia is an amazing cluster of cultures, religions, fascinating landscapes and ancient history and a country where everyone can find something – from snowy peaks to subtropical shores, from deserts to lush forests, from cities to enchanting villages.

There are incredible hiking and trekking opportunities in the amazingly gorgeous Caucasus Mountains in Georgia.

As a tourist destination Georgia has much to offer. Georgia includes 330 km of subtropical Black sea coast, extensive agricultural regions and alpine valleys with dramatic mountains. 38.6% of the country is forest. It has 19 nature reserves, 860 lakes, numerous waterfalls and more than 25 000 rivers.

Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia. Tbilisi is located on the Mtkvari River and is Georgia's largest city.

The main attraction to do in Tbilisi is to take a famous Sulphur bath in one of the many therapeutic baths in Tbilisi. There are almost all kinds of mineral waters with more than 2000 springs in Georgia.

The culture and traditions of Georgia are both Oriental and Occidental, a combination of Europe and Asia. The higher mountainous regions have remained largely unaffected by modern civilization, and local people maintain ancient customs, craftsmanship, hospitality and the tradition. 

Georgia has 12 000 historical monuments and 150 museums: medieval towers pepper the sub alpine zones, and some of the cathedrals, churches, monasteries and some of the cathedrals, churches, monasteries and bridges date as far back into the past as the VI-V millennium B.C.

Being one of the world’s most ancient Christian countries, Georgia also preserves the most holy relic – The Robe of Christ.

The Georgian countryside is well preserved and rich in diversity. Approximately 360 species of Birds can be found in Georgia, depending on the season, and the number of birds increases considerably during the spring and autumn migrations

Out of the worlds 6 000 different species of flora, 4 100 are found in the Caucasus. Of these more than 20% - are endemic to Georgia. They spread themselves across Georgia’s remote and undeveloped pastures and gorges.

Georgia is a Wine Country and produces more than 250 fine wines. The Kakheti province in the far east of the country is Georgia’s wine-growing region.

The average summer temperatures in Georgia range from 200C to 240C and the average winter temperatures range from 20C to 40C.

Languages spoken in Georgia are Georgian and Russian. Georgia can be reached through flight connections from many European, Central Asian and Middle Eastern Cities.The airport is some 15 km from the center of the capital Tibilis.

The D’Plaza Hotel is a stylish hotel situated in the commercial centre of Tbilisi. Luxury accommodation, a superb location and high standards of service make this hotel an excellent choice for both business and leisure travelers.



Georgia Resorts