Information about Georgia: Georgia is a country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia. Located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, it is bounded to the west by the Black Sea, to the north by Russia, to the south by Turkey and Armenia, and to the southeast by Azerbaijan. The capital and largest city is Tbilisi with a population of 1,08 million (2020). Read More...

Game And Nature Reserves

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sataplia Strict Nature Reserve is located 10 km from town of Kutaisi in Imereti region of Georgia. Visitors center is located in village lower Alvani, Akhmeta Municipality at the slopes of extinct volcano — Mount Sataplia. The name Sataplia can be freely translated as a “honey place” (In Georgian language tapli means honey. ) and in fact bees used to live in small holes and caves and honey was harvested by the local population. Sataplia Strict Nature Reserve is part of Imereti Caves Protected Areas, which also includes Sataplia Managed Reserve, Prometheus Cave Natural Monument.

The Kintrishi Protected Landscape is a protected landscape in Kobuleti District, Adjara, Georgia, located at the gorge of the Kintrishi River and was established in 2007. Kintrishi Protected Areas include Kintrishi Protected Landscape and Kintrishi Strict Nature Reserve which was first established in 1959. The Kintrishi Protected Areas were established to preserve unique flora and fauna and famous Colchian willow trees. Archeological excavations revealed pre-Christian monuments in this area.

Pskhu-Gumista Strict Nature Reserve is a protected area in the Sukhumi District of Abkhazia, Georgia. Reserve main goal is protecting flora and fauna in surrounding mountainous region.

Tbilisi National Park is one of nine national parks in Georgia, located to the north of the city of Tbilisi. The historical town of Mtskheta lies right outside of the western boundary of the park. The national park was established in 1973 on the basis of the previously existing Saguramo National Reserve (established in 1946) and is the oldest national park in Georgia. The area of the park is 243 square kilometres (94 sq mi).

Ritsa Strict Nature Reserve is a protected area in the Gudauta District of Abkhazia,[2] Georgia.[3] Reserve main goal is protecting Lake Ritsa and flora and fauna in surrounding mountainous region.

The Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park (BKNP) is a protected area in central Georgia, in Samtskhe-Javakheti situated in the Lesser Caucasus, southwest to the nation’s capital of Tbilisi. Its ecoregion is that of the Caucasus mixed forests. One of the largest national parks in Georgia, Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park includes six municipalities – Borjomi, Kharagauli, Akhaltsikhe, Adigeni, Khashuri and Baghdati – stretching from the resort of Borjomi to the town of Kharagauli. Together with adjacent Borjomi Nature Reserve, the total area is 851 square kilometres, i.e. more than 1 % of the total territory of Georgia. The park was founded in 1995 and officially inaugurated in 2001.

Mtirala National Park meaning “to cry”; previously, Tsiskara Reserve) is a protected area in Adjara region, Georgia. Covering approximately 15,698 hectares (38,790 acres) in Municipalities of Kobuleti, Khelvachauri and Keda in the western Lesser Caucasus, it is situated between the Black Sea and the Adjara Mountains. It also adjoins Kintrishi Protected Areas.

The Algeti National Park , algetis erovnuli parki) is a protected area in Georgia, in the southeast of the country. It lies in the region of Kvemo Kartli, within the Municipality of Tetritsqaro, some 60 km southwest of the nation’s capital, Tbilisi. The Algeti National Park stretches along the upper Algeti valley at the woody southern slopes of the eastern Trialeti Range, with the highest point being Mount Kldekari at 2,000 m above sea level. The park was founded under the Soviet government in 1965 as a state reserve to protect the easternmost limits of the Caucasian Spruce and Nordmann Fir. In 2007, it was reorganized into a national park.

 

 

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