The best resorts for healthy vacation in Georgia
05 July, 2018
The best resorts for healthy vacation in Georgia
If you are looking for a place to store up energies for this summer, mountainous and seaside regions of Georgia are the best options for your health. You can make a choice between Svaneti, Borjomi, Surami and Ureki. In a single country, there is a diversity of places to visit for medical purposes.

Svaneti is the northwestern part of Georgia. There are located some of the highest peaks of the Caucasus, among them is Shkhara, the highest mountain in Georgia (5201
metres). The region has a variety of hotels, picturesque landscapes, indigenous architecture (Svaneti towers are very popular among tourists) and unique botany and cuisine. What is more, cool and healthy summer is guaranteed in Svaneti.
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Svaneti, Photo courtesy: www.mylittleadventure.com

Borjomi is a resort town in the southern part of Georgia. The place is distinguished by its mineral waters and Borjomi-Kharagauli National park. Local mineral springs have curative power and it is a perfect destination for people with low immune system. Apart from healthy purposes, the national park offers a lot of activities, such as hiking, horse riding and cultural and educational tours.
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Borjomi, Photo courtesy: www.triphobo.com

Surami is an ideal place for people who suffer from respiratory diseases, such as Asthma. It is located in eastern Georgia. Surami is a mountain resort surrounded by evergreen forests of a spruce. The town is noted for its fortress bearing an interesting legend about a Georgian who bricks himself up alive to save his country.
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Surami, Photo courtesy: www.vidal.ge

Ureki is a seaside resort on the Black Sea coast of Georgia. Unlike other beaches of the Black Sea, Ureki is sandy. The sand is magnetic there and is believed to cure children and adults with cardiovascular diseases. Apart from magnetic sand, Ureki is surrounded by mountains from the east side.
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Ureki, Photo courtesy: www.4travel.ge

First photo courtesy: www.thenaturaladventure.com

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