You have a wonderful opportunity to visit Kutaisi, one of the oldest city in Georgia. It was the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Colchis. There is a humid subtropical climate (Cfa) with a well-defined on-shore/monsoonal flow (characteristic of the Colchis Plain) during the Autumn and Winter months. Kutaisi is surrounded by deciduous forests to the northeast and the northwest.
YOU WILL VISIT:
v Sataplia Cave - Sataplia is located at the Imereti Caves Protected Area, which is located 10km north of Kutaisi. It was created in 2007 on the base of the Sataplia State Nature Reserve. There is an extinct volcano Mt. Sataplia (494m asl) in the centre. Sataplia Cave is famous for fine speleothems and the nearby dinosaur footprints.
v The Okatse canyon - located in western Georgia, in the village of Gordi, which attracted large numbers of tourists and amazed them with its magnificent wild nature, astonishing waterfalls and breathtaking views. The canyon is situated in the ravine of the river Gordi, which runs for roughly 14 kilometres. The canyon width ranges from 3-6 to 15-20 meters, while its depth is between 20-100 meters.
v Kinchkha waterfall – one of the tallest waterfall of Georgia (~90 meters height) – is located in the Satsiskvilo Valley, close to Okatse Canyon, where it flows from a massive limestone mountain. It is a beautiful spot for a picnic or camping, where you can find a shadow and freshness on a hot summer day and swim in small natural pools of crystal water.