With a total area of 107,083 hectares, more than 1% of the country's landmass, the national park encompasses parts of Imereti, Samtskhe-Javakheti, and Shida Kartli.
Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park is a member of the PAN-PARK network of European protected areas. It is guaranteed to have maximum comfort and maximum safety while visiting.
The park is home to rare species of birds like the Caucasian grouse, and lynxes, and unique plants like yew and red trees (Taxus Baccata). Georgia is the only place in the world where relic groves of yew trees have been preserved.
Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park has overnight shelters, and its trails are well-marked and well-organized enough for multi-day trips. Designated picnic and camping areas are also available.
You can get detailed information about the routes in the visitor's centers located both in Borjomi and Kharagauli, or plan your trip with help of the official website of the Protected Areas of Georgia.