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7 Day Tusheti Trekking

7 Day Tusheti Trekking

From: 537 €

8 Day Jeep tour to Kakheti and Tusheti

8 Day Jeep tour to Kakheti and Tusheti

From: 677 €

Attractions

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Omalo

One of the most remote and isolated regions of Georgia-Tusheti and its administrative center Omalo is nestled in a mountain terrain of Caucasus ridge, Georgia.

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Diklo

High alpine village Diklo is dotted between the Greater Caucasus Mountains and Pirikita Range of Tusheti on 2140 meters above sea level.

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Bochorna

Village Bochorna with its only one resident, is recognized as the highest permanent settlements in Europe. Bochorna is located on 2345 meters above sea level in Tusheti, Georgia.

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Shenako

High mountainous village Shenako of Tusheti province is located at an elevation of 2080 meters above sea level in Tusheti National Park.

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Chigho

Chigho is a village located in Tusheti province, on the left bank of the river Piriqita Alazani, in about 8 kilometers from village Omalo. Chigho is situated at an elevation of 2140 meters above sea level.

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Dartlo

Dartlo (elevation 2000 m) is a historical village, located in a remote mountainous province of Georgia - Tusheti, in Tusheti national park.

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Akhmeta

Town Akhmeta in the northern part of Kakheti province, represents an entrance of Pankisi Gorge. The fabulous road to Tusheti through the Grate Caucasus Mountains starts from here.

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Mta-Tusheti

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.

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Tusheti National Park

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.