First walkways above trees soon to be set up in Georgia
04 October, 2017
Wooden walkways will be arranged in Lagodekhi Protected Areas, which include towers, air trails, and bridges, as well as educational interactive portals.

The Agency of the Protected Areas reports that the walkways will be set up to provide visitors with the opportunity to grasp the nature better using this interactive method. "Similar walkways will increase the tourist flows, which will create additional jobs in Lagodekhi. According to the preliminary estimates, these walkways will be have the capability to host around
100 000 visitors per year", - reads the statement.
The wooden walkways will be set up jointly by of the Ministry of Environment Protection and Natural Resources of Georgia, with the financial support of the Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany and the German Reconstruction Credit Bank.

The international invitation of bids has already been announced on the socio-economic justification and detailed design of the pathway.
It is noteworthy that similar wooden walkways are arranged in many countries around the world.

Author: Mariam Menabdishvili

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