Dancer in Keda Village, Adjara
Village in Keda, Adjara, Georgia
Tamar's bridge , Keda, Adjara, Georgia
Makhuntseti Waterfall in Keda Village, Adjara
From Batumi bus station to Makhuntseti one can use any public transport which follows Batumi-Akhaltsikhe road to the villages Keda, Shuakhevi or Khulo. Shuttle buses depart from Old Batumi bus station every hour. Ask driver to stop at Makhuntseti village. From here, the main road, you can see a stone arched medieval bridge. The bridge is named by Georgian female ruler King Tamar (12th c). The length of the bridge is about 20 meters, height – 6 meters. Cross it by foot, make some pictures and walk towards the waterfall.
Makhuntseti Waterfall is hidden in the depth of the rocks. This is one of the highest waterfalls in Ajara – 48 m, a real pride of local residents. They say that taking bath here rejuvenates.
On the road and near the waterfall you can buy local honey. Also, near the waterfall, there is a restaurant, where the visitors can taste bioproducts and become acquainted with the delicious Adjarian cuisine.
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