Regardless of the time of year you visit, Lelta Lake never ceases to amaze. In the spring and summer, fields of daisies underfoot and the vibrant green of the forested highlands and mountains make for a stirring sight. In the winter, this place takes on an otherworldly beauty as the snow-capped mountains frame the chill landscape.
In autumn, the landscape takes on a sandy colour, and you might be lucky enough to spot one of the Caucasian newts that live in the lake.
Regardless of the time of year, you can take a boat out onto the lake, and you can also visit Adjar’s only covered bridge: Khabelashvilis Bridge. This wooden bridge is three centuries old and is still in working order today. Across the bridge, you’ll find a path leading to a quaint village full of working watermills.