Your host speaks:
Georgian, English, Russian
Hi, I'm Tatu, 26, born and raised in Tbilisi. I have a full time job and I travel when I have time. My strong desire is that travelers who get to Georgia have the best experience and explore Georgian culture as much as possible. That's why I decided to offer them a unique activity - one time 2-hour-long Georgian dance class! To give them chance to explore Georgian culture by its movements.
What will you experience
This is a one-time activity for tourists. During 2 hours they will be learning basic moves of 2 different Georgian dances (Adjaruli and Rachuli) and after 2 hours they are able to dance along with the music. (Tour starting time is flexible)
Things to consider
Dress comfortably and bring a bottle of water with you.
What to bring
A bottle of water and preferably some spare t-shirt to change after the class.
During the activity travelers learn basic moves of 2 different Georgian dances.