Mtirala National Park is located in Adjara, West Georgia, between the Black Sea and the western slopes of the Lesser Caucasus Mountains. Mtirala is unique for its mixed Colchic forests. The toponym "Mtirala" comes from mount Mtirala, which translates into English as "crying", as this is one of the most rainy and humid places in Europe (4,520 mm annual rainfall).
Borjomi has become a synonym for healthy, mineral water spa and the lush green nature of Georgia. The pure environment gives the mineral water the distinctive, sulfuric taste and is well preserved in the forests of Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park.
Tbilisi National Park was established on the basis of Saguramo Strict Nature Reserve, which was created in 1957. The Park is located at a distance of 25 km from Tbilisi and is included in the Green Zone of the city. The Saguramo Strict Nature Reserve was established with the purpose of maintenance of the forest characteristic for Georgia and protection of the forest habitants among them the rare species such as Caucasian Red deer and lynx.
Machakhela National Park is located in Khelvachauri municipality, Autonomous Republic of Adjara. National Park is special for its historical and cultural monuments: arch bridges, fortresses and wine presses from different historical periods.
Kazbegi National Park is located on the northern slopes of Main Caucasus range, in the basin of the Tergi River in the Kazbegi district (gorge); with a total area of 9 030 hectares. All of the Kazbegi National Park is mountainous. Its lowest part is located at 1400 m above sea level and the upper one is within 3000 – 4100 m. Establishing of Kazbegi National Park serves the purpose of protection of the high mountain ecosystems.
The Algeti National Park is located in a historical Kvemo Kartli region, in the district of Tetritskaro, at a distance of 60 km from Tbilisi city. It covers the southern slopes of eastern part of the Trialeti range in the gorge of the Algeti River and is situated within 1100 – 1950 m above sea level. The highest point is Kldekari (2000 m).
Javakheti National Park occupies 16 209 hectares, which include unique volcanic mountains, grassland steppe, sub alpine meadows and lakes on the Javakheti Plateau: the biggest Lake Paravani, Khanchali, Bugdasheni, Kartsakhi, Madatapa and Sulda lakes. Being considered as one of Birdlife International’s Bird Areas, Javakheti National Park is rich in various bird species.
In 2003 the Tusheti National Park was established as a part of the Eastern Caucasus. Perfect for hikers, it possesses spectacular mountain landscape reaching up to 4,800m, where splendid alpine meadows, lakes and extremely well-preserved pine forests lay.
Kolkheti National Park possesses a large area of natural wetlands that are perfect for bird-watching visitors. The coastal zone of the park, combined with an adjacent marine area makes up one of the main migration routes for African and Eurasian water fowls and waders.