Vashlovani National Park
Vashlovani national Park located in the eastern part of Georgia, in Dedoplistskaro region. Vashlovani is a home to the great cliffs-of-the-canyons; it’s notable for its unique, bad-land-like areas of desert and semi-desert steppe vegetation and arid and deciduous forests. It is the only place in Georgia, where the forests grow on steppe soil, and in semi-desert conditions. Vashlovani Protected Area gives possibility to the visitors to enjoy: hiking/ nature trails, Bird watching, Mountain biking, Fishing/ angling.
Lagodekhi Protected Area
Lagodekhi National Park is located on the southern slope of Eastern Caucasus in Kakheti, It’s is surrounded by the high mountain rang from three side and offers the best hiking opportunity for nature and adventures lovers. It’s a great place to discover the mountains as well. Lagodekhi Protected Area gives possibility to the visitors to see best preserved forests, different species of ancient trees, mineral sulphurous springs and abundant wild flowers.
Borjom - Kharagauli National Park
Borjom-Kharagauli national park located at the central part of Georgia. The National Park covers the territories, which are the marginal parts of several historical regions of Georgia. The Park is located in the territories of Tori, Imereti and Samtskhe. In the territory of Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park can be found Georgia’s Red Data Book rare and endemic species as follows.
Tusheti Protected Area
Tusheti Protected territories are located at Eastern Greater Caucasus, at altitude 900-4.800m above sea level. Tusheti is bordered by Dagestan to the east and by Chechnya – to the north. Tusheti, surrounded by the high mountain ranges and summits, is rugged by the numerous gorges, the waters from which flow into the two major rivers of Tusheti – Pirikiti’s Alazani and Tusheti’s (Gometsari) Alazani separated with the watershed of Makratela. Tusheti has maintained unique monuments of cultural heritage, traditions and ceremonies. One can see historic villages and ancient settlements here; household cultural goods and patterns of fancywork. Tush villages and buildings are very interesting from architectural and historic point of view. Dwelling houses are tightly built side by side. Shale stone is used as a construction material. Each village has several fortress towers; some of them serve religious purpose, while some military one.
Mtirala National Park
Mtirala National Park is located on the territory of three municipalities: of Kobuleti, Khelvachauri, and Keda . The territory of National Park is represented by flora and fauna typical for Kolkhuri type forests. It is an area with a lot of prominent monuments of history and culture with fascinating history and glorious past. The biggest attraction of the park is its stunning scenery and natural beauty. The National Park is rich with many different sub-tropical plants that thrive on the fresh and mineral waters that run through the land.
Batumi Botanical Garden
The Batumi Botanical Garden located at the place called Mtsvane Kontskhi. Currently, the garden consists of nine floristic sectors, there are sectors of: East Asia, North America, New Zealand, South America, the Himalayas, Mexico, Australia, the Mediterranean Sea and Caucasian humid subtropics. The Botanical Gardens are also important in the sense that a plot has been created here for the selection of endemic fruit and berry species which are rare or on the verge of extinction. From the Botanical Gardens is really impressive view over the see.
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