Samtskhe-Javakheti is a name of the southern region of Georgia, which integrates three different historical provinces: Samtskhe, Javakheti, and Tori.
Adjara is a far southwestern seaside region of Georgia, which stretches from the beaches of the Black Sea, to the subtropical forests and the hills and mountains of the Lesser Caucasus Range.
Imereti is one of the largest regions of Georgia, located in the western parts of the country, in the middle and upper reaches of the river Rioni.
Racha is a mountainous region, located in Caucasus mountains, west Georgia, in the upper valley of the river Rioni. Area is prominent for producing premium wines Usakhelouri and Khvanchkara.
Pshav-Khevsureti is a mountainous historical and geographic region of North Georgia, consisting of two neighboring and culturally interrelated ethnographical parts – Pshavi and Khevsureti. Barisakho, abudelauri lakes and Shatili belong to Khevsureti; Zinvali, Chargali and Gometsari -to Pshavi.
Samegrelo is a historical kingdom of Colchis on West Georgia, notable for Colchis Wetlands and Forests, its authentic language, culture, cuisine and beautiful nature.
Guria is a historical province of Georgia, located in the western part of the country, stretched between the Black Sea and Meskheti Mountain range.
Svaneti is one of the most iconic provinces of mountainous Georgia. Its remote location preserved authentic culture, traditions and architecture of local Svans through centuries up to this day.
Located at the heart of the country, Kartli is the largest region of Georgia. Kartli is arguably one of the most important areas in country’s history.
Kakheti, the wine region of East Georgia is located between Great Caucasus Mountains and Gombori Range on the plains of the rivers Alazani and Iori.
Khevi is a historical region in the north-eastern part of Georgia, on the Southern slopes of the Great Caucasus Mountains, Kazbegi municipality.