Intsra Waterfall

Intsra Waterfall

Mountainous Georgia is a country resplendent with beautiful waterfalls. One of the more splendid examples is Instra Waterfall near Chkvaleri in the Tsalenjikha Municipality.
Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti

How do You Get to Intsra Waterfall?

Your path to the Instra Waterfall begins in the village of Chkvaleri. This circular path is 7,5 km long and takes about 2-3 hours to complete. The trail first follows the dirt road and then goes through a forested valley, with plenty of signage to ensure you don’t get lost. The path itself is easy to walk until the final one hundred meters, when a steep slope with large boulders to clamber over acts as the last barrier between you and your destination.

Intsra is a 26 meter tall spectacular waterfall, surrounded by greenery and moss-covered vertical rocks.

What will You See at Intsra Waterfall?

Beneath the towering falls is a pool of turquoise water which is a popular swimming spot among locals.

Drinking water is brought up from a cave near the waterfall and pumped through pipes which are laid out along the entire length of the path.


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