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Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park

The total area of one of the largest national parks in Europe is 104,933 Hec. Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park presents well-preserved and protected forest habitats, rare and unique flora and fauna, unique and inimitable landscapes. You will be able to take a day or multi-day hike in the national park. The network of tourist routes ranges from 400 to 2642 meters above sea level. The trails are well-organized and marked. 

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Katskhi Pillar

Katskhi pillar is a 40 meter high natural limestone monolith. Katskhi pillar is a 40 meter high natural limestone monolith. It became known to the public, when the first ascent of the expedition was carried out on the pillar in 1994. The researchers have found the remains of churches and other buildings dating back from V-VI centuries on top of the pillar. Currently, a monastery church and cells for hermits are built on the Katskhi pillar and a hermit monk serves there.

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You will find yourself in a completely different landscape of the subalpine and alpine zones in the mountainous region of the Baghdati municipality, 70 kilometers away from Kutaisi. At an elevation of 2205 meters, on the top of the mountain, there is a natural monument "Kvasakdara" - stone pillars of volcanic origin, which have been preserved in various forms until today. One can see beautiful panoramic views to the south and north from that place.

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Mount Tskhrajvari is located at an elevation of 1569 m above sea level, on the border of Imereti and Racha region, near the Nakerala Pass. The mountain has beautiful views that overlooks western Georgia. In good weather, one can see the Black Sea, the Kolkheti lowlands and the ever-snow-capped peaks of the Caucasus. The access path to the Tskhrajvari shrine is up to 2 km long and of medium difficulty, but the hiking equipment is recommended. The trail leads along a cliff, so caution is required. In summer, the average temperature here is 18.5 degrees. The distance to Kutaisi 50 km.

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Gulashvani Forest Park

The Gulashvani Forest Park is artificially planted and represents a 30-species of the coniferous forest. It is located 5 km northeast of the village of Khani, in the valley of the river Khani, at an altitude of 800 meters above sea level. The grove was planted in 1977. 

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