Morning pick-up from the hotel. The trip starts with a visit to the Adzarska Winery, where you will taste exceptional Georgian wines. Then visit the climatic ethnographic museum Borjgalo, where you can learn about the folklore and artistic history of Georgia, admiring at the same time the history of the creation of folk crafts. There is a special place in the museum where you can find about two hundred works by Kemal Turmanidze, the owner of the museum, who took more than thirty years to complete all these works and will personally guide you through the museum. Then continue your journey to the mountainous region of Georgia - Ajara, which is known for its many natural beauties. The Makhuntseti waterfall is one of the highest waterfalls in Ajara, where water falls from a height of 20 meters. The colossal attraction of this area is the famous Tamara stone bridge, built during the time of Queen Tamar. According to Georgian tradition, every day should end with a Georgian feast "Supra", so the last point of the trip will be dinner in a local restaurant. Return to hotels.