Beautiful Photos of Georgia to Fill Your Wanderlust

Enjoy the bountiful wildlife and beautiful landscapes of Georgia while hiking through the endless valleys and trails
Enjoy the bountiful wildlife and beautiful landscapes of Georgia while hiking through the endless valleys and trails | © uskarp / Alamy

Georgia is one of those countries that will leave you amazed wherever you go – be it the lively capital of Tbilisi, rural regions such as Svaneti or quainter villages and towns.

Georgia has made big improvements in tourist infrastructure over the last decade or so. However, it still manages to keep the authentic charm that both locals and foreigners love. Not sure if you should plan a visit here? Let these pictures speak for themselves.

Want to see how modern blends with old?

The panoramic views of Rike Park in Tbilisi, Georgia

Stroll the little narrow cobblestone streets of Tbilisi

Enjoy this view of Mtskheta, one of the oldest cities in Europe

An aerial view of Mtskheta, Georgia

Get lost in this Cave Town

The Vardzia cave monastery in the Erusheti Mountain, Georgia

Visit the City of Love

An aerial view of the Kakheti region, Georgia

Hike to the natural border of Georgia and Russia

The idyllic Black Rock Lake at sunset, Georgia

Visit the Standing Limestone Pillar

The Katskhi Pillar in the valleys of Georgia

Ride an old Soviet Cable Car

The cable cars still used by daily commuters in Chiatura, Georgia

Explore the Canyons

The Martvili Canyon in Georgia
The Dashbashi Canyon in Tsalka district, Georgia
A suspension bridge in the Okatse Canyon, Georgia

Drive through one of the most dangerous roads in the world

The ever-winding road to Tusheti, Georgia

Admire the Medieval Defense Towers

The Village of Dartlo in Tusheti, Georgia
The village of Ushguli in Svaneti, Georgia

Visit some of the most beautiful lakes

Autumn reflections on Bateti Lake in Georgia
The mountainous Kelitsadi Lake in Georgia

Admire the highest peak in Europe

The Bezengi Wall in the Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region, Georgia

Dip in the Black Sea

The coastline of Batumi in Georgia

Stroll in the ruins of an ancient city

An old fortress in the legendary city of Aia, Georgia

Or simply get closer to birdlife

A European roller (Coracias garrulus) bird in Vashlovani National Park, Georgia

Keen to visit? You can experience the best of Georgia through the eyes of a local by joining Culture Trip’s exclusive nine-day Georgia adventure, led by our local insider.

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