Tradition, modernity and hospitality: Caucasus as its best. National Geographic Georgia & Georgian National Tourism Administration Special Issue
Couple of years ago BBC hast listed the roads of Tusheti among the most dangerous and hence the most fascinating ones. This triggered the interest of both international and domestic travelers to this remote mountainous region, which is now inhabited in basically in summertime only. Just several families stay for winter in Kvemo Omalo, and 1 or 2 people spend 7 months of cold in Dartlo and Shenako.
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
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
By Nigar Orujova The amazing nature of Azerbaijan is full of wonders and magnetism that attracts tourists and locals. However, travelling around the world opens other perspectives. Azerbaijanis prefer visiting neighbor countries, as it’s faster, safer and cost-efficient. Turkey and Georgia are the favorite destination of the population. Number of Azerbaijani tourists who visited Georgia