Top Trekking Trials in Georgia

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Trekking is one of the most common and famous adventure activities in Georgia.

Trekking is one of the most common and famous adventure activities in Georgia. If you also love trekking and heading to Georgia, get your curated Georgia tour package including these trekking places in your itinerary. For more details, contact the best travel agency in Dubai. Let’s delve into the blog to learn about the trekking places in Georgia.

 

Introduction

Georgia has a collection of the top 5 trekking trails for adventure lovers. These trails are must-visit places in Georgia which are the most adventurous and stunning as well as worthwhile. Here, we have the list of top trekking trails in Georgia:

  1. Tobavarchkhili Lake Trekking Trail
  2. Mestia Ushguli trekking in Svaneti
  3. Omalo Shatili Trekking Trail
  4. Trekking in Tusheti
  5. Mount Kazbegi

 

Trekking Trails

  • Trek to Tobavarchkhili Lakes
  • Location: Samegrelo Region
  • Time Duration: 5 Days Trekking and 2 Days Driving
    Length: 78 km
  • Level: Hard
  • Services: Wild Camping in Tents
  • Best Time: Summer (July, August), or Fall (September)

This trek is the most beautiful, challenging as well as a favorite Georgian trek which every trekker wants to attempt in his lifetime. This trek starts from Mukhri Village and ends at Skuri Village by Magana Gorge. More difficult level, you can reach Upper Svaneti.

 

  • Mestia Ushguli trekking in Svaneti
  • Location: Svaneti
  • Time Duration: 4 Days Trekking and 2 Days Driving
  • Length: 53 km
  • Level: Moderate
  • Services: Guesthouses, camping
  • Best Time: Summer (June, July, August), or Fall (September)

 

This trek comes with snow-covered mountains, glaciers, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, villages, and tasty food. This trekking starts from Mestia town in Upper Svaneti and ends at Ushguli. It is the most popular trekking trail in Georgia with staying services as well as lots of hikers every day.

 

  • Omalo Shatili Trekking Trail
  • Location: Tusheti, Khevsureti
  • Time Duration: 5 Days Trekking and 2 Days Driving
  • Length: 72 km
  • Level: Difficult
  • Services: Guesthouses to stay for 3 nights and camping for 2 nights
  • Best Time: Summer (June, July, August), or Fall (September)

To reach Omalo, you need to drive to one of the most difficult roads of Abano Pass which is only open for 4 months. This trek starts from Omalo Village and lasts in Tushti-Girevi which passes medieval villages featured of stone houses. 

 

  • Trekking in Tusheti
  • Location: Tusheti
  • Time Duration: 4 Days Trekking and 2 Days Driving
  • Length: 62 km
  • Level: Difficult
  • Services: Guesthouses and Camping
  • Best time: Summer (June, July, August), or Fall (September)

It is one of the few multi-day trekking which comes with staying overnights in guesthouses. While Trekking you will find green fields, and small gorges rich in pine trees. The best part about this trekking is that it provides peace, freedom, and feel the untouched nature away from the crowd and technology.

 

  • Mount Kazbegi Climbing
  • Location: Kazbegi
  • Duration: 5 Days Trekking and 2 Days Driving
  • Length: 44 km
  • Level: Hard
  • Services: Shelter, Tents
  • Best Time: Spring (May), Summer (June, July, August), or Fall (September, October)

It is the hardest mountaineering route which needs special skills and experienced & fit trekkers. During this trek, you will find amazing places like Gergeti Trinity Church, Gergeti Glacier, and the Basecamp of Kazbegi. It is one of the highest mountains in Europe which offers beautiful landscapes and a perfect atmosphere for nature lovers.

 

Choose one of the above trekking trails and experience the most adventurous trekking in Georgia. Get the Georgia tour package and start your adventure now.

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