Tsalka (Dashbashi) Canyon Natural Monument

There is a place in southern Georgia that attracts adventure-seekers and adrenaline junkies wishing to experience the thrill of looking at a unique ecosystem from the ultramodern suspension bridge. Tsalka Canyon, also known as Dashbashi Canyon, is an eight-kilometre long canyon whose waterfalls, walking trails, and natural beauty make it a must-see for any nature enthusiast.
Kvemo Kartli

What Can You See in Tsalka Canyon?

There is a little something for all tastes at Tsalka Canyon.

A 1.8-kilometer hiking path begins at the canyon’s visitors center and leads visitors past the waterfalls that line the canyon’s walls. The entire hike takes approximately one hour, showcasing the most impressive of the canyon’s charms.

There is also a 240-meter-long glass bridge over the canyon, complete with a bar and restaurant at its center! Visitors wishing to extend their stay can find small cabins situated along the canyon rim.

One must-see sight within the canyon is the ominously named “Crying Wall”, a curtain of small waterfalls streaming down the cliffs.

There are caves in the canyon too. Some of them are natural, while others are man-made. 

The vegetation on the slopes, along with the waterfalls, makes for a unique micro-landscape and micro-climate.

The closest big settlement to the canyon is the city of Tsalka, which is 88 kilometers away from Tbilisi.

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