One of the most visited protected areas of Georgia-Kazbegi National Park displays a magnificent scenery of majestic snow-covered mountains, wild river valleys and ancient gorges, providing an ideal habitat for endangered plants and wildlife.
The first natural site in Georgia nominated on the UNESCO World Heritage List, for protecting Kolkheti wetland ecosystems and forests of international importance.
The managed reserve of Ktsia-Tabatskuri is dedicated to the protection and maintenance of Tabatskuri Lake, wetland and alpine habitats, conserving unique flora and fauna of the Lesser Caucasus.
The Botanical garden in Zugdidi is one of the oldest landscape architecture examples preserved to this day, distinguished for unique collection of flora and rich cultural heritage.
Navenakhevi is a karst cave complex located in Terjola municipality, Imereti region, West Georgia.
The State Reserve and Sanctuary in Kobuleti is committed to preserving unique waterfowl habitat wetland ecosystems of international importance and representing highly valuable natural heritage sites, recognized by the RAMSAR convention.
The largest forested protected area in Georgia-Kintrishi Nature Reserve is one of the outstanding natural sites in Adjara Region, aiming to preserve the Colchic forest endangered ecosystem.
The protected area in Kakheti region-Mariamjvari Strict Nature Reserve was established in 1935 with the purpose of preserving and maintaining untouched landscapes of relic Sosnowski pine (Pinus Sosnowski), of the Caucasus, which has no analog in the world.
A protected area in Kakheti region of Georgia-Chachuna Managed Reserve aims to preserve forests on the banks of the Iori river and Dalis Mta Reservoir characterized with arid, semi-arid types of flora and fauna.
Renowned for its unique flora, Batsara-Babaneuri protected areas comprise 3 independent units: Batsara (3042 ha) and Babaneuri (862,1 ha) Strict Nature Reserves and Ilto Managed Nature Reserve (6971 ha), all three of them located in Akhmeta district of Kakheti region.
The protected area in Baghdati Municipality-Ajameti Managed Reserve aims to protect Tertiary era relicts: Imeretian Oak, Caucasian elm-Zelkova trees, some of them being 120 to 200 years old.
Tbilisi National Park was established on the basis of Saguramo Strict Nature Reserve, 25 km from Tbilisi. This oldest protected area in Georgia, is the best place to escape from the city buzz and enjoy various landscapes during all four seasons.
Unique for its subtropical mixed Colchis forests, one of the most rainy and humid places in Europe, Mtirala is located in Adjara, between the Black Sea and Western slopes of Lesser Caucasus Mountains in Georgia.
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 state reserve of Algeti was founded in 1965 as a protected zone and reorganized into a national park in 2007, for the purpose of protecting the easternmost limits of the Caucasian Spruce and Nordmann Fir.
Notable for its unique semi-desert ecosystem, steppe vegetation, and arid and deciduous forests, Vashlovani National Park preserves its unique shallow forests and abundant wildlife.
Protected Area of Javakheti is rich in various bird species and lakes. It is spread among the unique volcanic mountains, comprising Javakheti National Park and five Managed Reserves of Bughdasheni, Madatapha, Khanchali, Sulda and Kartsakhi.
Prometheus Cave Natural Monument is a must-see destination, named as one of Georgia's natural wonders. Karst Cave includes various types of stalactites, stalagmites, curtains, petrified waterfalls, cave pearls, underground rivers, and lakes.
Sataplia Managed Reserve is famous for the heart shaped speleothem inside a Karst cave, the dinosaur footprints and Colchis forest. Take a walk in a gorgeous park that culminates to a glass floor lookout with breathtaking panoramic views.
The extraordinary beauty of Tusheti National Park, its mountainous landscapes, centuries-old defense towers and folk culture have been designated among the World Heritage Sites List by UNESCO, in 2007.
Lagodekhi National Park and Lagodekhi Protected Areas are located on the southern slopes of Eastern Caucasus Mountains, Kakheti region and offers nature lovers a hiking trails 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.