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Racha - Georgian Switzerland

Author: Михаил Голубев The summer of 2013 I spent in Racha - a mountainous region of Georgia, which is not very well-known among travelers. When it comes to mountains in Georgia, first names that come to mind are Svaneti, Gudauri or Bakuriani. But this time, let me tell you of Racha. Detailed information about this land, it's maps, routes, etc, you can find in my LiveJournal. Af





Lone Ranger-Georgia’s Only Female Park Ranger

Patience, charm and a good sense of humour are all desirable qualities in a park ranger. Luckily, Salome Idoidze, 23—Georgia’s only female ranger serving in Tusheti National Park high in the Caucasus mountains—has all these qualities in abundance. Salome Idoidze, Ranger at Tusheti National Park   When we meet, Salome leafs through a pile of photographs of her riding a horse agai





A Vegetarian Guide to Georgian Food (and How to Eat It)

I enjoyed Georgian food so much more than Turkish food. I definitely didn’t expect that. One of the reasons is that Georgian food is a lot more vegetarian friendly than Turkish food. Georgians do incredible stuff with walnut, eggplant, mushroom and cheese. The latter 3 items being my all around favorite things in the world to eat so it’s no surprise I found Georgian food very much agreeable.





A 15-minute look back at Georgian Summer 2014. Share the love!

From Georgia with love. Credit: Gio Jobava





Meet Silvia Bettina - Another interesting story about backpack traveling through Georgia

Why Georgia?   After traveling solo through Iran and Armenia, I was excited to meet up with an old college friend in Georgia. I had heard amazing things about Georgia from other travelers and could not wait to explore the country, though sadly I only had one short week there. But while my exploration of Georgia was far from thorough, I did leave with one solid impression of the country: I