Of course, it’s up to you to decide what you want to get from Adjara - a suntan, good memories or the enjoyment of a wildlife. If you are fond of the latter and have never been to the place I am going to tell you about, then this blog is for you.
Did you know that all the continents of the earth can be run by our eye in 1 day? And do you really think that it will require to go through tens of thousands miles and spend 8 300 hours of your life? No! Visit subtropical paradise of Batumi and convince yourself in it. It is more than miracle how once an impassable, primary Caucasian forest turned into the pearl of world flora.
“Machakhela Gun Road” is one of the most interesting routes in Ajara. Here you’ll be able to see - Machakhela Gun Monument, cannon of the Second World War in Skurdidi village, Tskhemlara Bridge, a waterfall, the Gvara Fortress ruins, Ethnographic Museum in Zeda Chkhutuneti and the most beautiful nature of Machakhela National Park: Twin Waterfall and the paths of Archangel in Kokoleti.
Mirveti is just about 27 kilometers from Batumi. It is a beautiful, cozy village full of fresh, mountain and sea air, surrounded by willow forests and Chorokhi river, where you can enjoy spending your leisure time by yourself or with friends.
The number of international tourists in Adjara has increased by 23%. According to the data of two quarters of 2018, the number of international tourist arrivals is 808,437.
The introduction of Adjara to the foreign journalists is going on. This time, at the invitation of the Adjara Tourism Department, the region is being visited by Estonian journalists. They are getting acquainted with tourism products and services. The participants of the media tour have already visited the basic attractions of Batumi, attended the dolphin show and tasted local food with accompaniment of Georgian folklore.
The Adjara Tourism Department continues popularization activities in target countries. This time, the materials about our region’s tourism resources are being prepared by Belarusian, Azerbaijani and Ukrainian journalists. At the invitation of the Tourism Department, they were acquainted with Kobuleti tourism potential. During three days, the participants of the press tour recorded the best places to visit in Kobuleti- where to rest, what to see and where to travel.
The guide trainings, in the framework of the Tourism Development School, have finished. This year, about 60 active and new guides were trained by the Tourism Department on Keda and Machakhela routes.