The Rotunda, Clarence Street, Kingston upon Thames, London, KT1 1QJ

Tel: +44 (0) 75 3170 1638

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7 day guided tours to Georgia for people aged 50+.

2020 Dates

Two tours with slightly different themes. 

Tour 1 - 20th May - 27th May 

Tour 2 - 3rd June - 10th June 

Gamarjoba! That's "Hello" in my native Georgian. My name is Tony, and I moved to London when I was a young teen. As a personal trainer, my passion has always been in helping mature people stay active and strong, and so twelve years ago I started Super Seniors. I learned so much about British culture now I feel its about time I give back and show you the best of Georgia.   

Both tours will be small groups (maximum of 12) with personally vetted experts sharing their local knowledge to enrich our activities.

Both trips include tours to cultural museums and bazaars in Tbilisi and Signagi (the “City of Love”), plus a day trip to Stalin’s home village of Gori, the UNESCO Jvari monastery and the Cave City on the famed Silk Road. And lots of authentic Georgian cuisine. 

With its stunning landscapes, ancient mountain villages and churches, high mountain peaks and friendly, hospitable people!  Stretching 1200 km between the Black and the Caspian seas, the rugged Caucasus mountain terrain was part of the famous “Silk Road” trade route connecting Europe and Asia.  Certainly no trip is complete without experiencing the welcoming hospitality implicit in Georgian dining – with its famed backdrop of folk singing and dancing – and opportunities for masterclasses in Georgian cooking and wine tasting. And every element is thoughtfully curated to ensure you won't be sitting on a bus all day.  

Trip Highlights


  • Movement and balance classes

  • One to one training sessions  

  • Guided hike in the Caucasus  

  • Georgian cooking and wine masterclasses 

  • Discover the heart of the Kakheti and wine region  

  • Uncover Tbilisi’s rich history 

  • Exploring Georgia's  beautiful landscape

  • Eat in authentic restaurants 

  • Visit the UNESCO-listed monasteries of Jvari and Bodbe 

  • Hotel transfers with a private minibus

  • Local guides and tickets to museums 

  • All this in the company of a small group of like-minded people

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