10 wonders of Georgia you must see
Georgia is rich with a variety of natural and historical sites. Presented here are 10 outstanding beautiful and unique places in Georgia that will certainly help to know when planning one’s travel list.
Makhuntseti waterfall in the Kedi Municipality, Georgia, attracts many of people with is stunning beauty. The waterfall is located at the altitude of 335m.
Abastumani in southern Georgia
Abastumani is a small town in the Adigeni Municipality, Samtskhe-Javakheti region of Georgia. Abastumani's three hot springs are mineralized, rich in sulfate-sodium chloride waters. They have long been used in the treatment of tuberculosis.
Bakhmaro – High mountainous resort in Guria
According to the legend, the name of the resort originated from the name of a Georgian noble man’s daughter called Maro. Maro was abducted and then killed by the Turkish. They left her body near a stone on which they wrote with her blood “Bakh maro” that means see your Maro.
Abudelauri colorful lakes
A Magical, mysterious place, home of the Khevsuretian Gods, with a view of spectacular Chiukhi Mountain, The Abudelauri lakes are situated in the Dusheti Municipality, north of the eastern part of the Caucasus Mountains at an altitude of 2812 m. in the alpine zones .Abudelauri’s colorful lakes come from glaciers. There are three: a green, a white and a blue lake. The most distinguished amongst these is the last one. From three sides the lakes are surrounded by the mountains, making the view even more spectacular.
Beautiful Roshka Village is located in eastern Georgia, in the Dusheti Municipality at an altitude of 2000 m.
Nearly 50 cultural monuments, old and new churches, fortresses and castles - all in one place. Dazma Gorge is distinct for its cultural and historical heritage as well as beautiful Bateti Lake.
The Kintrishi Protected Landscape
The Kintrishi Protected Landscape is a large area in the Kobuleti District, Adjara, Georgia, located in the gorge of the Kintrishi River. Archeological excavations revealed even older pre-Christian monuments in the areas. The Kintrishi State Nature Reserve covers 18,893 hectares. The site is famous for its medieval arch bridge and St. George’s Monastery.
Tobavarchkhili lakes - Samegrelo
Tobavarchkhili lakes, located on the Egrisi range, in the Samegrelo region, is one of the most beautiful and remote natural monuments of our country. The lake is known as “Crystal Lake” because of its crystal clear, transparent water. At an altitude of 2643 m. above sea level, Tobavarchkhili is certainly one of Georgia’s most outstanding natural beauties.
Keli Lake is a beautiful alpine body of water that is located on the keli volcanic plateau in Akhalgori Municipality.
Khvamli is a limestone massif in western Georgia, located on the territories of Tsageri and Tsqaltubo municipalities and forming the watershed division between the Rioni and Tskhenis-Tsqali river valleys. It stands at an altitude of 2,002 m.