Discover protected areas and national parks in Georgia- Part 2
18 August, 2018
Discover protected areas and national parks in Georgia- Part 2
Georgia preserves unique nature and here are some of its examples: Tbilisi National Park – Although it is not located in Tbilisi, the park is the closest protected area to the capital. It is located on the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus Range Saguramo-Ialno ranges and their branches. Georgian infrastructure is yet to be developed in this area. The park offers well-arranged cycling routes.
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Tbilisi National Park

Tusheti Protected Areas – it includes Tusheti National Park and Tusheti Nature Reserve.
The park operates between June and October. It provides a range of facilities and possibilities for visitors: hotel rooms, hiring guides, horse, equipment rental, tourist routes. What’s more visitors will have the opportunity to observe the unique landscapes and sights of Tusheti (northeast Georgia).
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Tusheti Protected Areas

Imereti Caves Protected Areas – it is located in Imereti (in the west of Georgia) It covers Sataplia Nature Reserve, Sataplia Managed Reserve, Prometheus Cave Natural Monuments and 17 Natural Monuments. Sataplia Managed Reserve Infrastructure provide a visitors centre, conservation building with a dinosaur footprint, exhibition hall, glass panoramic view-point, cafes, souvenir shops, well-arranged cave and marked trails. Visitors can observe a fossilized dinosaur footprint, the karst caves, a rock trail,the Colchis forest, and panoramic viewpoints. The Prometheus Cave infrastructure offers a visitors center and well-arranged cave. Visitors have an opportunity of a boat trip in the cave.
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Imereti Caves Protected Areas

Kintrishi Protected Areas – located in Adjara (in the seaside region of Georgia) in the stunning valley of the river Kintrishi, the areas include the State Nature Reserve and Protected Landscape. It was established to preserve relict forest and endemic species, flora and fauna of the area. It provides foot and horse trails, camping and picnic sites available throughout the year.
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Kintrishi Protected Areas

Kolkheti National Park – it is located in the western part of Georgia and intends to protect the wetland nature of Kolkheti. The park organizes educational and eco tours. Visitors can indulge themselves in a boat tour on Lake Paliastomi and the river Pichori gorge. Offers are available all year round.
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Kolkheti National Park

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