Pshav-Khevsureti National Park

Pshav-Khevsureti National Park

Pshav-Khevsureti is a beautiful region in the northeast of Georgia, approximately 150 kilometres from Tbilisi. Due to its biological diversity and important cultural sites, the whole region has been proclaimed a protected area.

Pshav-Khevsureti National Park is part of the Dusheti Municipality and covers the valleys of the Asa, Arghuni, Andakistskali, and Pshavi Aragvi Rivers. The park’s beautiful landscapes are rich in the endangered plants of Georgia and stand out for the diversity of their bird and animal species.

In the past, the region was a gateway into the country, while now it is one of the most popular tourist regions.

It is possible to travel through the area with an off-road car, undertake a trekking or a horseback tour.

There are multiple hiking and trekking routes all around the Pshav-Khevsureti national park, which will allow you to enjoy the wilderness of the Caucasus mountains and get familiar with local culture.

While exploring the park, you will see unique villages, such as Shatili, Mutso, Ardoti and Khakhabo; the Roshka Rocks, which are among the largest of the world’s “wandering” rocks; the lovely heart-shaped Tanie Lake; the mysterious Anatori tombs and more. 

Of course, no trip to Georgia would be complete without sampling the local cuisine. Two of the most famous dishes in the Pshav-Khevsureti region are khinkali (made with meat, cottage cheese, or even potato) and Dambalkhacho, a variety of Georgian cheese whose unique preparation method is preserved by UNESCO.

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