Explore one of the biggest national parks in Georgia. Follow the coniferous forest, visit the wild goat sanctuary, and the highest peak of the park - Sametskhvareo. Towards the end of the tour, enjoy breathtaking panoramic views.
Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park is one of the largest parks in Europe. Its total area is 107,083 ha and covers six districts of Georgia. There are 12 well-marked trails in the park, enabling to hike for one or several days. This five-day tour includes so called Nikoloz Romanov, St. Andrew, and Panorama trails. The Nikoloz Romanov trail goes through a coniferous and mixed-tree forest. The main site here is the Lomi (Lion) Mountain and the Caucasus Mountains viewpoint. Then you continue your way with St. Andrew trail to visit the wild goat sanctuary and the highest peak of the park - Sametskhvareo. You come back with a Panorama, considered as one of the most impressive trails in the whole national park. There are lots of viewpoints along the way that allows you to enjoy stunning views. You will overnight either in visitor's shelters or in a tent.