Priced at £165 per person per day
Since 2019, I have run trips through Georgia, a country with fantastic landscapes through its core. Combined with the scattering of ruins and soviet relics this makes for a wonderful trip experience. Touring through Georgia since 2018 has allowed me to locate the best photography and adventure trip locations. Perhaps you want to locate the best landscape locations – such as Tuseti or Ushguli? Want to visit a mixture of stunning landscapes alongside the hidden treasures? Maybe you want to locate the best of the Georgian Soviet Architecture or the ruins scattering the country – then this tour for you as I will design it based 100% on what you and your travel buddies want to see!

about the destination

Georgia is an exciting destination for photography as it offers beautiful landscapes and stunning soviet architecture with delicious food that caters to all tastes. This trip is a great opportunity for you to improve your photography.

This jewel of the Causacus was once under the radar – but not any longer. Georgia has fast become known as an exciting destination for photographers, boasting stunning landscapes and beautiful but dated architecture, and delicious food that caters to all tastes and palates.  Just book a date to suit your needs, I will be in touch with more details and then – away we go!

Please click the button below to reserve your space, add your dates and ideal trip length to the booking and I shall be in touch with you, to discuss your experience further.






4 days


14 days

Adventure Tour


Group Size

I can accommodate most group sizes from 2 to 8 people. Please get in touch to let me know the size of your party.


All accommodation is included in my rates - this is also excluding any single supplement fees. A room to yourself - throughout your stay.

Bespoke Tour

A tour designed around your travel & photography passions - I send you a Q&A after booking that I use to design the trip.


I always provide Transport, a driver and fuel throughout your entire time with me in Georgia.


All evening meals included - at restaurants recommend by locals. I also provide coffee each morning and a water throughout.


Inclusive of photography guidance or advice with myself James Kerwin - we can discuss gear, editing, traveling - or my life on the road.


Airport collection and drop off is included. You shall be collected at any arrival time.

Taste Wine

A “food & wine evening” included on our last night in Tbilisi. As we send you off in style in the Nations capital.

A Good Balance

A moderate pace that works for everyone. I don't rush you around the sights - we travel at your pace.

We shall have an amazing time we will have hunting out great images whilst taking in a tour route that I have designed from the ground up. We seek out a mix of interiors and architecture as well as iconic Caucasian locations.

I only work with experienced & knowledgeable drivers to provide transport to each of our photography locations and this is included and provided alongside all overnight accommodation.

I take care of all the bookings, so you can relax and take in our stunning surroundings as well as focus on your photography. The only certain on this tour is that it comes complete with a trip into Tbilisi to photograph many relics from a by-gone era, before we complete the trip in no better way, but to eat & drink – as I team up with a local host to provide a “wine & food” extravaganza in the nation’s capital.

Here are a few of the possible examples – a more comprehensive guide shall be sent in the welcome pack and a Q&A shall be sent out after you book to uncover your passions:

Vardazia cave town.

Ruined culture houses in Georgia.

The hidden villages of Shatili and Mutso.

The best hidden architecture in Tbilisi.

The semi abandoned town of Tskaltubo.

The coastal views from the streets of Batumi.

A day exploring the wine regions of Eastern Georgia.

4 days of photography in Ushguli & Mestia.

Photography in the undiscovered, Trialeti.

Waterfall chasing in the Dashbashi Canyons.

*Note: the itinerary in Georgia is not set in stone and can change based on environmental variables, such as weather and road closures etc.


Throughout the country one can find Sulphur baths, contemporary skyscrapers, Soviet-era buildings, ruins and abandoned buildings, unique culture houses and traditional Georgian houses with colorful wooden balconies. A variety of architecture is guaranteed!


Be it Sighnaghi, the small town located in the eastern region of Kakheti famous for rich history and stunning views over the Alazani Valley, the rainbow-coloured hills surrounding David Gareji Monastery or the stunning vistas of the Northern Caucasus mountains – Georgia has you covered!


Maybe you want to try Khachapuri? The pizza-like cheese pie, a favorite meal for many Georgians and foreigners. Fact – every region has its own version of this dish. Why not wash it down with a glass of Georgian wine – the country has perfected it as it has been making it for over 4000 years.


My Photography adventure tours are aimed at any level of photographer who is looking to improve their photography and meet like-minded people. From beginners looking to understand the basics and improve, through to advanced photographers searching for great locations to rekindle or feed their enthusiasm and inspiration.

The key aim of our time together is to have fun and enjoy being outdoors, whilst leaving inspired to take photos for your own photography portfolio.

During our adventure, I will talk you through what I use as the key elements to producing a great image:

Post Processing techniques
Composition & Subject
Timing & Light

I will also chat with you about the technical aspects of photography, helping you understand your camera and settings whilst keeping it simple.

The typical areas that we discuss will be the exposure triangle of f-stop, ISO and shutter speed, but also, composition and finding unique angles. We also discuss understanding light and how it can impact on the mood of the image and the key technical elements if needed.


Should you have any other questions please email me on

Some elements of this trip will require walking and sometimes over rough ground – so be sure to bring proper walking boots or other outdoor footwear.

  • There could be storms, or it may be raining at points so maybe bring a raincoat.
  • Walking boots.
  • Lots of spare batteries (as they will soon run flat) and memory cards.
  • A sturdy tripod – 99% of my work is shot using a tripod (a loan could be arranged if you tell me in advance.
  • Manual for your camera.
  • Laptop for editing during the week (if interested/mentioned in the tour listed).
  • Phone.
  • Power adaptor(s).
  • Any personal expenses/gifts for friends etc.
  • Alcohol costs – accept where stated in the welcome pack.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Photography Insurance.
  • Some food might not be included – check welcome pack for details.
  • International air tickets – See “how do I fly” section for more information on flights.
  • Visa fees (if applicable) – but I can offer advice or assistance.
  • Photography equipment, although some hire can be arranged through James in advance.

Since the global pandemic hit us all in Spring 2020 – huge changes have hit the travel industry and multiple airlines/carriers have changed routes/destinations. My best advice is to look on Skyscanner – but also don’t rule out looking on airlines sites directly for flights, such as on Ryanair, Pegasus or Middle Eastern Airlines. Sometimes deals don’t pop up on sites like Skyscanner and things are changing/improving daily – Wizz air for instance had lots of options change in mid 2020 – but have said they are revising routes daily throughout the rest of 2020.

I would also STRONGLY advise booking directly with airlines for the foreseeable future – as should the worst happen, you would stand in a better position to get a refund or to make a claim through your insurance firm. In other words – don’t book with firms that act like agencies ( etc.

For this trip please check with me if you are ensure which airport to fly into or out of. If unsure, please email me on