Georgia the country is one of my personal favourite travel destinations in the world. The country, that gets often confused with its namesake US state, boasts some of the most stunning landscapes in the world due to its location in the midst of the Caucasus mountains and its black sea coastline.

Ushguli (Svaneti), the highest town in Europe with its trademark towers

Ushguli (Svaneti), the highest town in Europe with its trademark towers

The country invented winemaking some 8000 years ago and still produces wine in its traditional ‘Qvevri’ way.

The mysterious northern mountainous region of Svaneti is dotted with mysterious tower building and has the highest town in Europe. The country known for its amazing food and great hospitality is sure to stun you.

And of course it is the home country of kickass travel hero Jumber Lezhava, the unlikely push-up world record holder that cycled to every country on Earth.

Where? well this is in Batumi, Georgia's blacksea coastal city

Where? well this is in Batumi, Georgia’s blacksea coastal city

A Georgia Hyperlapse Trip

The following video shows a hyperlapse trip through this great country. It is shot in a very original way that is visually breathtaking while at the same time creating a real life lasting impression of this amazing country.

Hyper Travel Georgia zooms in and out creating a hyper travel experience

Hyper Travel Georgia zooms in and out creating a hyper travel experience

The zooming in and out, and the constant moving and surprising twists and turns of the camera position give a real vivid perspective of Georgia the country. From the capital of Tbilisi, the blacksea coastal city of Batumi, the wine region of Khaketi and the Svan minority region of Svaneti, you will experience it all in this video..

GEORGIA | hyper – travel from Piotr Wancerz / Timelapse Media on Vimeo.

If ‘Hyper-Travel Georgia’ impressed you be sure to check out a similarly stunning travel video about Turkey: ‘Watchtower over Turkey‘. It is a hollywood blockbuster style video that uses similar (and more extreme) hyperlapse techniques as the video above. And their choice of matching music will give you goosebumps for sure.
Well worth the watch!