Georgia is home to an eclectic mix of cultures, ethnicities, and dialects sure to delight visitors with interests as diverse as the country itself. No matter your style of tourism, you can find it on the menu in this country of dramatic clouds, oversized snow-capped mountains, green forests, and pristine rivers.
Your exploration can begin near the capital city, where Tbilisi National Park provides pleasant walking trails, stunning nature, and panoramic views of the city. The high-altitude Svaneti and Kazbegi regions are home to unique bird and flower species, remote villages, endangered dialects, ancient fortifications, and a captivating calmness, an ideal destination for those who seek authenticity and a comprehensive taste of the country.
Ecofriendly tours can be arranged in the protected areas of Lagodekhi and Tusheti, Okatse Canyon, the caves in the Imereti Region, and Borjomi – Kharagauli National Park, which covers one percent of Georgian territory. Hiking expeditions, tours on horseback, camping, off-roading and rafting excursions all provide a unique perspective on nature. While in-country, be sure to watch the majestic sunsets over the Black Sea!