The people of Georgia love visitors. Their friendliness and hospitality, not to mention their unique cooking, will have you never wanting to leave this small, but charming country. The first thing tourists recognize is the amazing beauty of Georgia’s nature, most notably the Caucasian Mountains. Near the northern part of the mountain range is Tusheti National Park, a magical place in nature that not many people know about. Also nestled in Georgia’s Caucasian Mountains is the highest peak in Europe, Mount Elbrus, which rises 5,642 meters in the sky. You can really experience the people of Georgia and its mix of cultures in the capital city of Tbilisi. Spend a morning interacting with the friendly locals and strolling through Tbilsi’s small, unique streets and local markets. Make sure you stop and try some of the tasty fruits and vegetables they sell. Then, you can spend a sunny afternoon paddle boating on Turtle Lake. For a smaller country, Georgia sure does pack a punch when it comes to its colorful markets, breathtaking sights and warm-hearted people.