Welcome to Oasis Club!
Located in the middle of a steppe, in a small village of Udabno (Georgia), it is the closest restaurant and accommodation to the monastery complex of David Gareja, one of the greatest UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Georgia!

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Oasis Club (restaurant and café) offers a mix of Georgian and European cuisine prepared by local cooks from Udabno. A range of drinks, among others tarragon chacha, Polish vodka and special selection of Georgian wines.
You can profit from hammocks, chess, backgammon game (nardi), dart board etc. We offer bikes to rent too! There is a big chance you will meet the locals singing and dancing after dusk. Feel free to leave some photographs, pictures or souvenirs after your stay!


Seven cottages to rent in the middle of a Georgian semi-desert. All with private bathrooms/toilets and a terrace with an outstanding view of the steppe!

100 GEL for one person
(breakfast included)

160 GEL for two people
(breakfast included)

200 GEL for three people (one double bed and one extra bed)
(breakfast included)


Enjoy chill atmosphere at Udabno Hostel! Spacious kitchen, common space, bathrooms and a terrace with a breathtaking view of the steppe are to your full disposition! There are 20 places available. Meet a bunch of creative people and get a touch of real Georgia.

10-people dorm: 18 GEL per person per night.

4-people dorm: 25 GEL per person per night.

(both options without breakfast included. There is a possibility to have breakfast in the restaurant)

To book a place just call or write a message to us:

E-mail: oasisclubudabno@gmail.com
Tel. +995 574 80 55 63

We offer trips to David Gareja and other short trops around the steppe with a local horseguide.

- a trip to David Gareja and back - 125 gel per person
- 2 hour trip in the steppe - 40 gel per person

Please mind that you need to add extra 60 gel for the guide (no matter how big the group is or how long the trip - it's always 60 GEL for the whole group)

+995 574 80 55 63
Sagarejo Region, Georgia


From Tbilisi:

There is a marshrutka that goes straight to Udabno every two days (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) from Samgori metro station at 4 pm.

You can also go to Sagarejo and from there go by taxi (30-35 lari to Udabno).

Quite often we also have time to pick you up from Tbilisi. Then the cost is 80 GEL. Please, PM for details.
A regular taxi is around 140 GEL.

From Sighnagi:
First you need to get to Sagarejo and from Sagarejo to Udabno (see: details above).

David Gareja

A monastery complex founded by st. David Garejeli, one of the thirteen Assyrian monks who arrived in Georgia in the 6th century. It is one of the most important landmarks in Georgia. This site is characterised by a unique combination of historic architecture, prehistoric archaeological sites and important bio-geographical features widely spread within the arid landscape of the river Iori plateau. The dozens of cave monasteries are decorated with unique frescoes.


Udabno (Kakheti) is a village on the border with Azerbaijan, on the way from Tbilisi to David Gareja, one of the most popular tourist spots in Georgia. A surrounding steppe makes it an exceptional place with unforgettable views. Currently it has approximately 300 inhabitants who are renowned for producing one of the best varieties of cheese in eastern Georgia. Tourists cross the village every day during a season period, heading to the monastery of David Gareji.


The main goals of the Udabno.org Foundation are: providing Udabno inhabitants with wider access to culture and art, reinforcing the touristic potential of the village and supporting the employment of the people in Udabno.
Thanks to donors who believe in the project as well as thanks to the guests of the restaurant who leave their contribution to Udabno.pl Foundation, we can organise interesting free events and help the local community to profit from their touristic potential.

Have a look at our facebook at see albums from Oodabno Festival 2018 and 2019, as well as Charity Bazaar, Szlachetna Paczka w Gruzji etc...