Vardzia-Khertvisi - the Tentative World Heritage Site is spread over 18 km from Khertvisi to Vardzia is significant in many respects: unique natural conditions contributing to the specific micro climate and landscape, historical context and diversity of cultural heritage.
Tbilisi urban heritage is Tentative world heritage site which preserved its urban planning structure in the course of the centuries and preserved not in scattered individual buildings, but in its whole entity.
Shatili Tentative world heritage is a unique complex of medieval to early modern fortresses and fortified dwellings of stone and mortar, which functioned both as a residential area and as a fortress guarding the north-eastern outskirts of the country.
Mta-Tusheti Tentative world heritage site is a small historic geographic region on the northern slopes of the Greater Caucasus Mountains, and represents the most ecologically unspoiled regions in Caucasus.
Dmanisi Tentative world heritage site revealed an extraordinary record of the earliest hominid dispersal beyond Africa (1.75 million years ago). It is widely recognized that Dmanisi discoveries have changed scientist's knowledge concerning the migration of homo from Africa to the European continent.
Tentative world heritage site of Colchis Wetlands and Forests occupies 74 826 ha. Due to its uniqueness, ecosystem of Colchis was given a status of international importance under the Ramsar Convention in 1997.
David Gareja caves represent the complex of 18 Christian orthodox monasteries spread over the Gareja semi-desert. Notable for ancient frescoes and picturesque views, main part is situated in Kakheti, Georgia.
The Gelati Monastery, UNESCO world heritage site - is a wonderful monumental specimen of Georgian architecture is situated eleven kilometers to the east of Kutaisi in a picturesque ravine of the Tskaltsitela River.
The superb location of Ushguli and the unique lifestyle of the people in the village turn the place into a popular destination to visit. The severe location isolates Ushguli from the rest of modernized Georgia, and as a result, many Svanetian religious and cultural traditions have remained virtually intact.