Khomuli Cave is located at an altitude of 160 meters above sea level, and its area is 1370 square meters. At the entrance to the cave there is a lake five meters deep, which, thanks to underground currents, is connected to the Tskaltubo reservoir.
A four-meter step divides this small cave into two halls. In a wide hall, with karst funnels, you can stand up to your full height, and in a narrow one, movement is possible only by crawling. At the end of the second part there is a small lake. An underground river flows under the bottom of the cave, which rises to the surface after a kilometer and merges with Gubistskali river.
The dynamic climate in Khomuli Cave, with the temperature never reaching higher than 13 or 14 degrees, allows bats, spiders, and other many-legged creatures to live there. The remains of extinct animals have also been found here, including the skull of a bear.
In the past, Khomuli Cave was not only used as a shelter but also as living quarters, as shown by recently discovered pottery shards.
Please note that for a trip to the cave, it is mandatory to obtain permission from the administration of Imereti Caves Protected Areas.
There is no tourist infrastructure in the cave.