Ajara is an outstanding region with its diverse nature and contrasting landscapes. It is the only region in Georgia, where people of all tastes and needs will find the place they want, whether on the seashore or in the highlands.

When visiting this region, you will experience different sensations in any season of the year. For those who are uncomfortable with the heat, they can spend their days off at the resorts in the highlands of Ajara, in the fresh air, in the coolness of the coniferous forests.

Beshumi - a resort of high mountain Ajara. It is located in the alpine zone, 1850-2000 meters above sea level, 120 kilometers from Batumi. The wooden cottages located on the hillside keep the resort's authentic look. The resort has many picnic and camping sites, it is also possible to arrange hiking, horse riding and adventure tours. For those who are interested in walking, observing the landscape and seeing the mode of life of local people up close, a visit to such alpine places will be an ideal decision.

Traveling to Ajara is attractive not only in summer. You will spend your time pleasantly and interestingly in winter. Gomarduli resort is located at 1120 meters above sea level, 8 kilometers from the center of Shuakhevi, and 65 kilometers from Batumi. In the resort village, there are mostly small wooden houses and family-type hotels, where you can stay overnight and taste local dishes.

The skiing resort of Goderdzi is located at an altitude of 2350 meters above sea level, on the Goderdzi Pass in the mountainous Ajara, 105 kilometers from Batumi. Goderdzi resort has the longest ski track in the region, the total length of which is 8 km. The resort has two types of cableway - an eight-seater gondola and a six-seater bubble.

The days spent at the ski resorts promise new adventures, in addition to skiing. Friendly hosts await you in local family hotels, with whom you will get to know customs unknown to you and you will witness the old stories recalled in front of the wood burning stove.


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