Welcome to Oasis Club!
Located in the middle of the Georgian steppe, in the small village of Udabno, Oasis Club has the closest restaurant and accommodations to the David Gareja monastery complex, a Georgian UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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The Oasis Club restaurant offers a delectable mix of Georgian and European cuisine, prepared by local cooks from Udabno. A range of drinks are also on offer, including lemon chacha, Polish vodka and a special selection of Georgian wines.
You can enjoy hammocks, chess, backgammon, darts, and more. We provide culinary masterclasses, horseback riding, and bike rentals! There is even a chance you may meet the locals singing and dancing after dusk. Feel free to leave some photographs, pictures or souvenirs with us after your stay!
Seven cottages to rent in the middle of the Georgian semi-desert. Each has a private bathroom and a terrace with a stunning view of the steppe!
120 GEL for one person
180 GEL for two people
220 GEL for three people (one double bed and one extra bed)
Enjoy the chill atmosphere at Udabno Hostel! A spacious kitchen, common space, bathrooms and a balcony with a breathtaking view are fully at your disposal! There are 20 places available. Meet a crowd of creative people and have a taste of the real Georgia.
10-person dorm: 18 GEL per person per night.
4-person dorm: 25 GEL per person per night.
(Breakfast is not included for hostel guests, but available for an excellent discount)
To book a place, simply call or write us a message:
Tel. +995 574 80 55 63
Udabno Art Stage Gallery is a small cultural centre in the middle of the Georgian semi-desert with exhibitions, concerts, and a local products market. Every week, the gallery stages an open-air cinema. If you have a bit of luck, you can also catch a concert from local musicians. Among many artists who performed at our stage there are Pablopavo i Ludziki, Vavamuffin, Soft Eject, Mathieu Boogaerts, Żywiołak, Slavic Jazz Underground, Tomawok, and more!
We offer trips to David Gareja and other short loops around the steppe with a local horseback riding guide.
- 1-hour guided steppe tour:
a) One person 75 GEL
b) Two people 100 GEL
c) Three people 125 GEL
d) Four people 150 GEL
- 2-hour guided steppe tour:
a) One person 120 GEL
b) Two people 160 GEL
c) Three people 200 GEL
d) Four people 240 GEL
- 3-hour guided steppe tour:
a) One person 160 GEL
b) Two people 220 GEL
c) Three people 280 GEL
d) Four people 340 GEL
- guided tour to David Gareja and back -
a) One person 225 GEL
b) Two people 350 GEL
c) Three people 475 GEL
d) Four people 600 GEL
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 get to Sagarejo and take a taxi from there (30-35 lari to Udabno).
Occasionally, we have time to pick you up from Tbilisi. The cost is 80 GEL. Please, PM for details.
A regular taxi from Tbilisi is around 140 GEL.
First head to Sagarejo. Then from Sagarejo to Udabno, the above details apply.
A monastery complex founded by St. David Garejeli, one of the thirteen Assyrian monks who arrived in Georgia in the 6th century.. The complex is one of the most important cultural landmarks in Georgia. It is characterised by a unique combination of historic architecture, prehistoric archaeological sites, and important bio-geographical features spread throughout the arid landscape of the Lori river plateau. The dozens of fascinating cave monasteries are decorated with one-of-a-kind frescoes, dating back a thousand years.
Udabno is a village near the border with Azerbaijan, in the Kakheti region, on the road from Tbilisi to the David Gareji monasteries. The surrounding steppe renders it an exceptional place with unforgettable views. Currently, it has approximately 300 families, who are renowned for producing one of the best varieties of cheese in Georgia. Tourists pass through the village each day during the season, 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, growing the tourism industry in the village, and supporting the employment of the locals.
Thank you to the donors who believe in this project, and thank you as well to the guests of the restaurant who leave their contribution to the Udabno.org Foundation. From these donations, we can organise interesting free events and help the local community to build their business potential.
Have a look at our Facebook and Instagram to see photo albums from Udabno Festival 2018 and 2019, as well as Charity Bazaar, Szlachetna Paczka w Gruzji etc…