Dashbashi Canyon stands out with a unique ecosystem formed on the lava-made hills and is carved by river Khrami cutting through the volcanogenic rocks.
Mtkvari (Kura) is the major river or South Caucasus region, flowing from Turkey through Georgia and Azerbaijan into the Caspian Sea.
Paravani is the largest lake in the country, located at the volcanic plateau of Javakheti, south Georgia.
Udziro Lake translates as "bottomless lake" from Georgian. Lake is located at an elevation of 2800 meters, in mountainous Racha region.
Picturesque, double summit Ushba is located in Svaneti, on the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range bordering with the Kabardino-Balkaria region
Shkhara (5201 m) is the highest peak of Georgia, and third highest peak in Caucasus. It is located in Upper Svaneti region, on the border of Georgia and Russian Federation.
Mount Kazbegi is one of the most iconic peaks in Georgia, Greater Caucasus Mountain Range.
One of the popular attractions in mountainous Adjara is Makhuntseti waterfall in Keda municipality, 30 km away from Batumi.
Jvari Pass is a watershed of the two rivers – Aragvi and Tergi (Terek), located in Khevi province, at an elevation of 2395 meters.
Abano is an alpine lake located in Kazbegi Municipality, at an elevation of 2127 meters above sea level.
Chaukhi is an iconic mountain and a popular hiking destination, located in Khevi province near villages Roshka and Juta.
Truso Valley is located in the northeastern mountainous parts of Georgia, stretched from the Truso Pass to the village Kobi.
Mount Gergeti is an iconic place in Khevi province, near town Stepantsminda, at an elevation of 2200 meters above sea level.
Abudelauri Lakes are located in the Dusheti Municipality, on the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus Mountains, at an elevation of 2812 meters above sea level.
Formed at the east base of Mount Kazbegi by the river Terek, Dariali Gorge serves as a border between Russian Federation and Georgia.
Okatse Canyon has already attracted large number of tourists with its magnificent wild nature, astonishing waterfalls and breathtaking views. Located in the Western Georgia, near the village of Gordi, the canyon runs roughly for 14 kilometers, width ranges from 3-6 to 15-20 meters, while its depth is between 20-100 meters.
The Martvili Canyon is a natural wonder. Visit it to enjoy the scenery, waterfalls and take a boat trip in the Abasha deep green color river.