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This 14-days itinerary introduces us 2 countries of Caucasus in depth – Georgia and Armenia. Both countries welcome us by experienced guides who introduce us to the historical and architectural monuments, special highlights and UNESCO World Heritage...
Adjara is the beautiful Southern corner of coastline in the European Georgia. Region retained its former soviet name - Autonomous republic of Adjara. Once part of the Kolkheti Kingdom – Colchis Kingdom (The kingdom of Colchis, Kolkhis or Qulha existed from the 6th to the 1st cc BC ) had close relations with Ancient Greece and Rome. We can trace the lyres of these cultures in the monuments of Gonio and Petre forts. Adjara, today bordering Turkey, was occupied by Turks, and then returned to Georgia 300 years later. Batumi, the major city of Adjara, is one of the loveliest cities in Georgia. It was built at the end of the 19th and in the beginning of the 20th centuries in a grand, elegant style as a resort for the Russian emperors. There are fine classical buildings designed and built by Italian and German architects, lots of palm trees, exotic flowers - the jewel of the Georgian Riviera. Batumi is a major port and resort city. Batumi Boulevard, the main promenade with fountains and cafes, attracts numerous holidaymakers with its greenery and location. The Batumi Botanical Garden in Chakvi, 9km north of town at Mtsvane Kontskhi (Green Cape), cover 113 hectares along the Black sea coastline and is well worth of the pleasant walk. Botanical Garden homes unique species of plants from various parts of the world.
Adjarian national resorts are known all over the world. Kobuleti is another delightful vacation spot of Adjara where the sea, forest and abundant places for entertainment create the best conditions for holidaymakers.
Summer tourism is very well-developed in Kvariati and Chakvi resorts. The National Parks has quite good potential for development of bird-watching and ecotourism. Development of ethnographical tourism is possible in the nearby mountain villages as well.Check itinerary and price for Private Cultural 8 days tour from Batumi here
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Georgian Tourism Association - GTA carries out projects to improve tourism development in Georgia in partnership with Department of Tourism and Resorts, Agency of Protected Areas, International Organizations (USAID/SME project, GTZ Private Sector Development project, GTZ regional communal development project, IUCN etc.), local partners (i.e. Elkana, Geoland) and member companies. GTA is the member of UNWTO Knowledge Network, of GSTC (Global Sustainable Tourism Council), of GCCI (Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry) and member of ICC (International Chamber of Commerce).
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