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Biking in Svaneti

Georgia is full of marvellous mountains and beautiful countrysides. If you have ever dreamed about travelling through breathtaking nature on two faithful wheels and armed with just a water bottle and a backpack, then this is the travel destination for you. The well-established cycling paths across all of Georgia will guarantee your safe journey. Immerse yourself into local history as you cycle along ancient fortresses and churches, meet the locals and get to know their ways of life, explore some of the most scenic landscapes and diverse National Parks in the world.
And the best part? It will take you no more than just a couple of days!
Hop on a bike and discover Georgia in a way that’s safe for both you and the environment. Pedal on and make incredible memories you’ll remember in years to come!

Biking in Kvareli

Georgia is full of marvellous mountains and beautiful countrysides. If you have ever dreamed about travelling through breathtaking nature on two faithful wheels and armed with just a water bottle and a backpack, then this is the travel destination for you. The well-established cycling paths across all of Georgia will guarantee your safe journey. Immerse yourself into local history as you cycle along ancient fortresses and churches, meet the locals and get to know their ways of life, explore some of the most scenic landscapes and diverse National Parks in the world.
And the best part? It will take you no more than just a couple of days!
Hop on a bike and discover Georgia in a way that’s safe for both you and the environment. Pedal on and make incredible memories you’ll remember in years to come!

Caving in Vardzia

Georgia is incredibly diverse. It’s rich with evergreen forests, snowy mountains, pristine lakes, alpine rivers and so much more. Out of all the monuments of nature, caves are definitely among the most stunning places to visit in Georgia. In fact, the World’s deepest cave Voronya can be found in Abkhazia, the most north-west region of the country.

Discover the most magnificent underworld cave systems and cities. Explore fascinating Prometheus cave located near Kutaisi in Imereti region. This natural wonder stretches out for full 8 kilometres 40 meters below the sea level and is completely covered with stalagmites of striking beauty. Tour its glittering halls and watch the sunlight reflects from the still surface of an underground lake creating dancing rainbows on the walls.

But why stop there? Go further to Sataplia cave where you will be able to walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs, quite literally. A 300 hundred years old dinosaur footprint is the biggest tourist attraction of Sataplia. The caves here go deeper than a kilometre underground and most of them haven’t been fully explored yet! This popular tourist destination is both, a perfect place for adventure seekers and a marvel for speleologists.

In addition to the natural caves, Georgia also boasts three big cave complexes that are at least partially man-made. Uplistsikhe, David Gareji and Vardzia are all Georgia’s hottest tourist spots.
Carved out in different centuries and scattered over the entire country these cave towns offer the perfect opportunity to get to know different parts of Georgia.
Pack your bags and don’t forget your cameras to capture the beauty of these timeless caves and mighty landscapes.

Rafting in Kutaisi

Sandwiched between the Great Caucasus Mountain Range and the Lesser Caucasus Mountains Georgia is rich with mountains of every shapes and size.
From the tops of many of these mountains spring small rivers gaining force and speed as they flow downwards and through picturesque parts of the Georgian landscape. Those rivers offer the perfect opportunity to explore Georgia on a raft.


Rafting or “Jomardi” as locals call it has been a useful way of transporting goods since the first settlements in the region. It was towards the end of the last century that rafting started to be regarded as an extreme sport. It has been gaining audience rapidly ever since and is one of the most popular extreme activities today.


Rafting offers a unique opportunity to those who would like to explore Georgia in an unusual way. Thrill-seekers can discover Georgia’s stunning nature from within as they follow a fast-paced mountain river through the beautiful valleys and canyons and encounter remote gems of local flora and fauna. The Kutaisi rafting route follows the Rioni river which starts high in the Racha mountains and is the most water-rich river in Georgia. Rioni offers different routes for every type of rafter. In various parts of Rioni, rafting complexity levels vary from 1 to 6. Beginners can have a go at rafting near Kutaisi, where the waters are calmest and the navigation difficulty stays medium throughout the year. The most complex (level 6) section of the Rioni is near the village of Utsera and is only recommended to experienced rafters.

Rafting in Borjomi

Between the Great Caucasus Mountain Range in the north and the Lesser Caucasus Mountains in the south, it’s a well-known fact that Georgia is a very mountainous country.

Georgia is rich in water resources as well. You’ll find numerous fast-paced rivers that provide the perfect opportunity for rafting all over Georgia.

The history of rafting or “Jomadi” as Georgians call it, starts from the ancient times when rivers were used to transport goods between settlements. The popularity of rafting as a sport started to rise in the 80s when Georgia was still part of the Soviet Union. Today rafting is considered one of the most popular extreme activities in the country.

Rafting is a unique undertaking to discover Georgia’s stunning nature from within.
No matter in which part of Georgia you find yourself, you will be able to find a cold mountain river to ride, take you through some of the stunning Georgian countrysides and help you discover hidden gems of the local flora and fauna.

The Borjomi rafting route follows the Mtkvari river. It starts out in Chitakhevi village and runs through the Likani National Park. This route is perfect for those who are looking for a moderate route and families with kids older than 6 years and taller than 160 cm.

Fishing

Have you visited all the Georgia tourist spots and would like to try something new? Or maybe you are looking for an unconventional holiday? Fishing could be the answer to both. Get away from the busy city life and noisy tourist attractions to discover the rich natural world full of serene lakes and mountain rivers. Observe the local wildlife up close as you wait for your catch.
A true fisherman at heart will appreciate the variety of fish in Georgian rivers and lakes. Here you can catch anything from largemouth bass, bream, crappie to catfish, striped bass and hybrid bass. Fishing being one of the most popular wildlife activities countrywide, there are numerous recreation areas, fishing piers, and bank fishing areas that provide ample fishing opportunities. So get your bait ready, it’s time to get your feet wet and your bucket full.

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