Eco tours in Kvemo Kartli

I offer two eco tours to the interesting and “hidden” architectural monuments of south Georgia. Many interesting places are located in deep gorges, far from settlements and modern roads, so it is impossible to add them to cultural tour. The goal of both tours is to reach such hidden in gorge and forests monasteries, and have nice walk of course, in beautiful nature. These are Gudarekhi monastery hiking, and Pitareti monastery hiking tours.

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New tourism offer in Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park

Winter in Borjomi-Kharagauli national park! Trekking in winter available for everyone! Borjomi – Kharagauli National Park Administration has organized training on guiding techniques of snow shoe tour. National Park Visitor Services Specialist, three guide from the region and two National Park rangers attended the training. The training course was conducted by Polish expert Tomek Przybilzsky. […]

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Birtvisi canyon

Southwards from Tbilisi, there is a unique area of 4 sq.km. which is traced with small gorges. In the past rivers flew in all those small gorges, which during hundreds of milleniums managed to cut the cooled lava and as a result formed rock prominences of dozen meters height. Today these rock prominences are dislocated in line, in succession or joined to each other and they form small narrow canyons.

I offer one and two day tours to Birtvisi canyon. One day tour includes hiking to Birtvisi fortress, and two day tour is for those who likes extreme.

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Lagodekhi national park

Lagodekhi Protected Areas are located in the most northeastern part of Georgia, in the Lagodekhi District. This includes the Lagodekhi Strict Nature Reserve and Lagodekhi Managed Nature Reserve along the southern slopes of the main range of the Great Caucasus. The height of the Protected Areas varies within 400-3500 m above the sea level.

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Borjomi-Kharagauli national park

The Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park is located in central Georgia and is part of the lesser Caucasus. The park is one of the largest in Europe – it covers more than 85,000 hectares of native forest and sub-alpine and alpine meadows, home to rare species of flora and fauna.

A network of trails invites you to experience the stunning variety of blossoming plants, breathtaking views and a magical atmosphere.

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