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Kutaisi Waterfalls

Kutaisi Waterfalls

$60 $45 / per person
(2 Reviews)

Kutaisi.Imereti and Samegrelo Regions tour from Tbilisi

Embark on an unforgettable journey through Georgia’s famed Imereti and Samegrelo regions

with our exclusive tour from Tbilisi.

Discover the culinary delights, breathtaking canyons,

and mysterious caves that define these renowned areas.

Our team will warmly greet you between 06:15 am to 6:30 am at any hotel in Tbilisi,

ensuring a seamless start to your adventure.

Choose to conclude your tour at 18:00 in Kutaisi, whether at a hotel or Kutaisi airport,

or at 22:00 back in Tbilisi at the esteemed Radisson Blu Hotel.


Transportation service

Professional guide service

Hotel pick-up


Meals and beverages

Admission tickets for Martvili Canyon (17.25 GEL – approximately 5.5 USD per person)

Admission tickets for Cave (23 GEL – approximately 7 USD per person)

Helpful Tips:

Consider opting for a one-way trip to optimize your experience.

Starting and ending the tour in Tbilisi may result in a long day, so prepare accordingly.

Please note that the tour does not operate during rainy days,

and we advise checking the weather forecast in Kutaisi before booking.

Dress appropriately for the weather conditions,

as boat trips may not be available in unfavourable weather.





-Enjoy visiting waterfalls.

This wonderful place is located in the Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region, Georgia.

The small city of Martvili is just half an hour away from Kutaisi.

Martvili district is truly one of the gorgeous places in Georgia – combining a unique natural environment.

You will be shocked by brilliant scenery, sensational waterfalls,

and a boat trip in the river with deep green color.

You can take a boat with a boatman, and he will take you on an unforgettable journey in the canyon.

The walls of the canyons are covered with moss.

Martvili Canyon is a fantastic place to adventure with family, friends, and co-workers.

-Visit Kumistavi (Prometheus Cave), the most magnificent cave in Georgia.

Kumistavi owes a famous legend about Amirani for the sonorous naming of the “Cave of Prometheus.”

The legend says that Amirani, like Prometheus, angered the Gods and was punished brutally.

The eagle tormented him, eating his liver; however, unlike the Greek giant, cruel Gods were chained.

Amirani, not to the rock, but inside a massive cave.

Khvamli Mountain is visible from Prometheus Cave, where the legend says Prometheus was chained.

Spectacular views of stalactites, stalagmites, petrified waterfalls, underground rivers, and cave lakes.

The cave has colorful lights, ranging from orange-red to pink and blue. 


You can finish the tour at 18:00 at Kutaisi/Kutaisi airport or in Tbilisi, Rose revolution square, at 22:00.


12-14 hours

Reviews Scores and Score Breakdown

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  • Karan S

    I have no idea how to start an explanation….such a beautiful place and amazing, polite, friendly people especially Shoti our tour guide…felt like we had known him for many years…the places he took us all were amazing, pure nature, tremendous caves, canyons, zip line, etc.. Were amazing..I recommend all must-visit Georgia with Budget Friendly tours Georgia.

    2022-12-21 at 17:04
  • Chandra

    I was not sure if I should do this because of the weather, but I am glad I took the tour. I have no words for how good this tour was. I was the only one on this tour. I got picked up at 6 and then got transferred to a bus and reached Kutaisi at 10-10.30, where I met my guide. She is Salome, she was stunning, amazing, knowledgeable and a great photographer, what else can you ask for in a guide!! At no point I felt I got bored, I was constantly entertained with the fun facts about the place, the history of Kutaisi, canyons, caves, east and west Georgia, and cuisines. She took me to a local restaurant, wherein the food was amazing. Me being a vegan, I tried Lobiani and Pkhali, tasted so good! I strongly recommend tour with her.

    2023-01-22 at 18:07

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