Japana Lake

Japana lake is the largest oxbow lake in Georgia. It was formed as a result of the shifting riverbed of Rioni River. As a result, the lake is often called “Narionali” lake.

Japana Lake is a freshwater lake on the Guria lowland, Lanchkhuti Municipality, and is fed by rains and underground waters. Today, the lake is modified into an impoundment and used for raising fish such as Hypophthalmichthys, carp, pike, and Idella. 

Japana Lake sinks into the green landscape, creating the best shelter for birds and making it more attractive for visitors. Numerous wild ducks and other birds circle the area during the winter.


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