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Hiking · Kutaisi, Georgia
  • 2 days
  • 1 - 6 people
  • Easy
$250Per Person
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The historic region of Imereti in western Georgia is the region of the legendary Golden Fleece – this is where the long quest for the Golden Fleece took Jason and the Argonauts. The total area of Imereti Caves Protected Areas amounts to 504.6 ha and includes Sataplia Nature Reserve (330 ha), Sataplia Managed Reserve (34 ha), Promethe Cave Natural Monuments (46.6 ha) and 17 Natural Monuments.
All year round
Company is composed of very motivated, experienced professionals with average working experience of 10 years in this field.
  • Transportation
  • Assistance of English speaker tour guide
  • Accommodation (BB)
  • Food and beverages
Full refund 2 days prior to tour.
Freedom Square, Tbilisi
  • Day 1
    Early morning after breakfast drive on to the direction of Kutaisi. The city of Kutaisi dates back to the Argonauts’ time (13th -12th centuries B.C). Formerly capital of old Colchida, Kutaisi then ruled all of Western Georgia. Visiting Sataplia nature reserve / The star features of the 3.3-sq-km reserve, 9km northwest of Kutaisi, are a couple of dozen 120-million-year-old, fossilized dinosaur footprints (well displayed in a protective building), and an attractively lit 300m-long cave with a small underground river. The reserve is covered in thick, subtropical Colchic forest and has a couple of panoramic lookout points. It takes about an hour to walk round the main visitor route. There is an outlook constructed of glass with an astoundingly beautiful view of the Imereti region. This pathway is particularly suitable for families. Besides the dinosaur footprints, there are model dinosaurs along this pathway – a favorite among children and an excellent setting for family photos. Overnight at the hotel.
  • Day 2
    Breakfast at the guest house. Visiting the Cave of Prometheus in Tskaltubo which is one of Georgia’s natural wonders providing visitors with breathtaking examples of stalactites, stalagmites, curtains, petrified waterfalls, cave pearls, underground rivers, and lakes. Afterwards drive on to the direction of Khoni and visiting Okatse Canyon. It’s a 3 km hike from the visitors centre near Zeda Gordi village, 42km northwest of Kutaisi. Drive back to Tbilisi
  • Imereti caves, protected areas & trails
  • Imereti caves, protected areas & trails


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