Autumn is a season of holidays and harvest, warm sea, and gentle sun. It is truly one of the best times to visit Georgian cities as well as mountains and see the sights. At this time, the heat is already subsiding, the flow of tourists is decreasing, many seasonal fruits fill the markets, and grape harvest with winemaking becomes the main holiday.
Many hiking and off-road routes are open at least until the end of October and thanks to the perfect temperature you can spend days in comfort when visiting cities and ancient landmarks. And, of course, autumn is the best time for artists and photographers – a riot of colors combined with mountainous terrain give Georgian landscapes more magic.
GEORGIA'S BEAUTIFUL FALL COLORS
Visiting Georgia in the fall has a lot of advantages which makes it one of the best times of the year to visit the country. Especially if you want to combine a sea vacation with mountains and culture.
In October and November, Georgia’s landscape transforms into a palette of gorgeous fall colors. Get out and enjoy the reds, yellows, and all the hues in between during an outing framed around the best scenes the season has to offer
Explore Georgia in Autumn
Because Georgia’s climate is so varied, fall colors emerge at different elevations all throughout the season. High forest areas such as Racha already have an autumn glow in September. In the warmer lowlands around Adjara and Samegrelo, the leaves change as late as November.
But what is so special about Georgia in autumn? Is there something like mid-season for travelers and tourists? For a first-time visitor, it must be difficult to decide. So we’ll explain! The main perks of autumn in Georgia are…