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Rocho Waterfall

Rocho Waterfall

This rumbling waterfall falls from a height of 6 meters between mossy rocks in the protected area of Lagodekhi in eastern Georgia, which, according to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), is one of the global ecoregions of special importance.
Region
Kakheti
City
Lagodekhi

Rocho Waterfall is located approximately 5,5 kolometres from the Lagodekhi Visitors Centre. A path leads visitors there through untouched wilderness of hornbeam, ash, linden, maple, elm, and chestnut. 

The forest path takes you along the banks of the Shromiskhevi River. You’ll need to cross the river at one point using wet stepping stones, so you’ll want to have appropriate footwear. There are also the occasionally steep sections of the path as you ascend up Ninigori Mountain towards the falls. If you’re lucky, you might even spot some deer along the way.

The path to Rocho Waterfall is of intermediate difficulty, but it is well worth the effort!

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