Borjomi-Kharagauli Protected Areas

Here the sun sets with golden rays through the pine trees, creating a magical alpine wonderland. It’s hard to visit and not fall in love with this natural paradise. This is Borjomi-Kharagauli Park, the largest national park by area in Europe, located in the center of Georgia.

An Overview of Borjomi-Kharagauli Protected Areas

This 107,649-hectare national park, which stretches over three of Georgia’s regions on the southern section of the Lesser Caucasus Mountains, comprises five protected areas. 

They are:

  1. Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park;

  2. Borjomi Strict Nature Reserve;

  3. Nedzvi Manager Reserve;

  4. Ktsia-Tabatskuri Managed Reserve;

  5. Goderdzi Petrified Forest Natural Monument.

At Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park, you’ll find all of the infrastructure you need to enjoy a day exploring. In addition to the diverse landscapes, flora, and fauna, the area also contains hotels, restaurants, and cafés you’ll need for a comfortable trip. The main entrance to the park is in Likani near the town of Borjomi, however, due to the park’s size, there are many additional entrances. 

Tours in Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park

You will find many trails of different lengths throughout the park. The shortest one is three kilometers long, while the longest is 54 kilometers. The shorter trails will take you only a few hours, while others will require multiple days of hiking. 

Here you will also find various educational tours, along with adventure activities including hiking, horseback riding, bicycling, and snow-shoe tours. There are also a variety of picnic and camping spots scattered throughout the park.

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