Entries tagged: Luxury Georgia Travel

Fall for Georgia - Luxury Travel to Georgia with Ker & Downey

Fall for Georgia – Luxury Travel to Georgia with Ker & Downey

Travel to Georgia with writer Kelly Phillips Badal as she visits Eastern Europe’s on-the-rise destination and discovers a new luxury travel scene, wildly beautiful landscapes and her keen love of the country’s wine, cheese, and bread. Photography by Tanveer Badal Georgia draws comparisons to France and Italy for its rich history of wine and love of food; Switzerland for its snow-capped Caucasus mountain range; Berlin and Brooklyn for its active, atmospheric capital, Tbilisi. 

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Bespoke WWII Tours Dig Deep into the History of the Georgian Army

Bespoke WWII Tours Dig Deep into the History of the Georgian Army

Bespoke WWII tours to Georgia dig deep into the history of the Georgian Army and their part in the battle of Texel. This Veteran’s Day, we’re taking a look at the unique journey we put together for WWII history buffs. At Ker & Downey, we’re in the business of creating bespoke, once-in-a-lifetime journeys that you won’t find anywhere else. We like to believe that if you can dream it, we can make it happen. And that’s exactly what we did when a couple of World War II history enthusiasts approached us to plan a WWII tour unlike any of the […]

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Visit World Heritage Sites with Ker & Downey

Visit World Heritage Sites with Ker & Downey

Travel with Ker & Downey to see UNESCO World Heritage Sites around the globe. You’ll enjoy the best of luxury travel with private guides and custom journeys. A Brief History of UNESCO World Heritage Sites The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) formed in 1945 with a purpose to promote international collaboration through education, science, and culture. Flash-forward to Egypt, 1954 and the government’s decision to build the new Aswan High Dam which would result in a large stretch of the Nile River valley flooding. Several Ancient Egyptian cultural treasures in Nubia were in danger of destruction so […]

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