The Black Sea coastal zone of the Kolkheti National Park park, combined with an adjacent marine area makes up one of the main migration routes for African and Eurasian water fowls and waders -perfect place for bird-watching.
The breathtaking view of Gare-Kakheti can be seen from the Mariamjvari Strict Nature Reserve. One can make out the vineyards and maize fields watered by the Iori River, and further more – infertile and available only for grazing, but very beautiful Iori plateau.
Machakhela National Park is located in South-West Georgia, near Black Sea coastline region of Adjara. Place is special for its virgin forests. Among woody plants there are 13 species enlisted in the Red Book.
The Algeti National Park is located in Kvemo Kartli region, Tetritskaro district, 60 km from Tbilisi. It covers the southern slopes of eastern part of the Trialeti range in the gorge of the Algeti River. Situated within 1100 – 1950 m above sea level, the highest point in Algeti is Kldekari (2000 m) .
Located among the unique volcanic mountains, on grassland steppe, sub alpine meadows and lakes Paravani, Khanchali, Bugdasheni, Kartsakhi, Madatapa and Sulda, Javakheti National Park is rich in various bird species.
Prometheus Cave is a must see destination, named as one of Georgia's natural wonders. It includes various types of stalactites, stalagmites, curtains, petrified waterfalls, cave pearls, underground rivers, and lakes. The total length of the cave is about 11 km, of which 1060 m are open to visitors.
Sataplia natural reserve is famous for the heart shaped speleothem, the dinosaur footprints and preserve. Take a walk in a gorgeous forest that culminates to a glass floor lookout with breathtaking panoramic views.
Tusheti National Park on the Eastern Caucasus is perfect for hikers. Spectacular mountain landscape is reaching up to 4,800m, where splendid alpine meadows, lakes and extremely well-preserved pine forests lay.
Lagodekhi Protected Area is located on the southern slope of Eastern Caucasus in Kakheti and offers nature lovers a hiking opportunity through its untouched natural ecosystems, with beautiful lakes and splendid waterfalls.
Considered as one of the largest protected areas in Europe, Borjom-Kharagauli National Park is known as an outstanding Wilderness, committed to preserving the region’s extraordinary nature and endemic plants, 60% of which are endangered.