My recent trip to Georgia the country turned out to be successful, thanks to the blogs I have skimmed and read way back January I was able to plan it ahead. For now, I will be sharing my own experience and how I was able to survive the trip travelling solo. :)
From Dubai to Georgia - What You Should Bring
Holiday Factory is legit, and they are extremely cheap.
Currency - What type of money should you bring in Georgia?
USD 500 is more than enough to survive for 5 days. I barely used USD 300 (approximately 700 GEL), I was even able to go for lunch and dinner somewhere nice and was able to book 3 tours for 3 days - taking home a lot of things from the local stores too.
Take note of the places you want to visit - bring a MAP!
|Taking down notes of Instagrammable places in Tbilisi, leather journal from Surat Journals|
You will thank me for including this thing on the list - POWER PLUGS and SOCKETS in Georgia.
|Bring this type of adaptor when you are travelling to Georgia.|
Clothing and accessories for your Georgia winter travel
|Thick scarves, hand gloves, winter hats, and socks are the winter essentials in Georgia|
I travelled late March in Tbilisi and geez it was cold. The weather is between 9 to 11 degrees in Tbilisi, out of this city is colder. In Gudauri, you will experience about -1 degrees even. Aside from thick clothing and warmers and coats, you need to have scarves thick enough to cover your neck, hand gloves, winter hats, and thick socks to keep you warm.