Major ecosystem types of Georgia include: Forests: The most important biome for biodiversity conservation, covering 20% of the territory of the ecoregion.
Itinerary (City tour)
|Day 1||Meeting the group in Kutaisi David Aghmashenebeli Airport, transfer to hotel (3* in city center). Accommodation and night at hotel.|
|Day 2||Breakfast in hotel. Departure from hotel to the Sataplia reserve (30 min. travel). Seeing time 3 hours. Transfer to Satsurblie cave (30 min) seeing time 40 min. Dinner in restaurant “Stalaktide”. Moving to the Promete cave 5 min, travel. Seeing time 2 hours. Departure from Promete cave to the Tskaltubo, accommodation in Guesthouse, lunch.|
|Day 3||Breakfast in hotel. Departure from Tskaltubo to Martvili (30min travel). Here our first stop is Gochkadili canyon.(river Abasha) Here you can stroll through canyon, dressed with Colchis rich vegetation and waterfalls,boat riding.-1 hour.From Gochkadili canyon trip is continuing to village Balda, hiking to Toba and Oniore waterfalls. Both waterfalls are from biggest of its kind, both coming out from cave, creating astonishing landscape. On the way, in nature we’ll have picnic. Time- 5-6 hours.Returning to Martvili, accommodation in guesthouse, lunch.|
|Day 4||Breakfast in hotel. Departure from Martvili heading to Poti (road- 1.5 hour). Visiting lakePaliastomi. Riding with phantom boat on lakePaliastomi and river Pichori viewing tropical forest, wetland, great possibility for birdwatching. (3 hours) Picnic in nature.Our trip continues to Kobuleti Protected areas (road-40min). Here we are visiting Ispaniwetlends. Strolling on swamp with swamp walking skis. Time -2 hours.Accommodation in guesthouse, Kobuleti; Lunch.|
|Day 5||Departure from Kobuleti heading to Mtirala National Park. National Park stands out with its biodiversity, there are many varieties of unique plant and animal species. During tour we’ll walk through national park trails, ride on zip line, taste local ecoproducts. Time 4-5 hours.Returning to Kutaisi, farewelldinner , transfer to airport.|
The resort’s focus is on balneotherapy for circulatory, nervous, musculoskeletal, gynaecological and skin diseases. Since the 1970s its repertoire has included “speleotherapy”, in which the cool dust-free environment of local caves is said to benefit pulmonary diseases.
Itssurface area is 17.3 km² and the mean depth is 2.6 m.
Some ancient pieces of Colchis havebeen found near and in the lake by archaeologists. It is also an important fishery site. The lake is included within the boundaries of the Kolkheti National Park.
From the 17th century into the 19th, Kobuleti was a fiefdom of the Tavdgiridze family, first under the authority of the Principality of Guria, and then of the Ottoman Empire.
Kobuleti was known as Çürüksu during Ottoman rule. The Kobuleti Protected Areas were established in 1999 and cover the Kobuleti Strict Nature Reserve (331 ha) and Kobuleti Managed Nature Reserve (439 hectare), which are located in Achara Autonomous Republic along the Black Sea coast in the northern part of Kobuleti.The territory is composed by contemporary (of Quaternary Age) marine-riverine and lacustrine -marsh sediments.
This gorge is usually referred to as the Martvili canyons, named after the nearby town of Martvili.
The Martvili canyons feature beautiful green and blue colors. It is a protected area.
Among the relatively bigger fowl there are small eagles, kites, hawks, etc.