The section's difficulty levels are between 2 and 3.
Mleta Village, where the route starts, is located in Dusheti Municipality, Mtskheta-Mtianeti Region, 1,480 to 1,680 meters above sea level.
The 41-kilometer Tetri Aragvi River is fed by underground, snow, rain, and glacial water. It joins the Shavi Aragvi River near the town of Pasanauri. The water level is high from April to August.
The first 8-kilometer section starts in the village of Mleta, 1,446 meters above sea level, and ends in the village of Naghvarevi, 1,261 meters above sea level. There is a 185-meter drop in elevation and a difficulty rating of 2-3 (intermediate, numerous regular waves, open and clear exits, average flow rate).
The second section is 10-kilometer long, starts in Pasanauri at 1,067 meters above sea level and ends in the village of Meneso, 905 meters above sea level. There is a 162-meter drop in elevation and a difficulty rating of 2 (moderate, regular waves, open and clear exits, average flow rate). The second section geos along the main road.
The best time to kayak on the Tetri Aragvi River is April-June and September-October.
How to Get to the Starting Point
It is 70 km from the city of Dusheti to Mleta Village. The starting point is accessible by any type of vehicle.
You will need to be an experienced kayaker to take this route.
We recommend going down the river with local kayakers or asking them for need-to-know information about the route. Contact a company in advance to book a tour.
The minimum age for kayaking is 18 years.