Adjara - officially known as the Autonomous Republic of Adjara. It is an historical, geographic and political-administrative region of Georgia. Area: 2,880 km²- 4.2% of Georgia. The population is 411000 (2014) and above 140000 (2014) live in Batumi, the capital of Adjara. Adjara is subdivided into six administrative units: City of Batumi, Kobuleti, Khelvachauri, Keda, Shuakhevi, Khulo Districts. One of the most important priorities of Adjara is Tourism. And it has been developing at a high speed in the region. Number of tourists increases every year in the region.
YOU WILL VISIT:
v Khulo Ethnographic Museum - was founded in 1983. In museum following departments can be found:1. Painting; 2. Archaeology; 3. Sculpture; 4. Numismatics; 5. Ethnography.
v Khulo-Tago ropeway - The village of Tago is connected with the rest of the world with the rope way that was opened in 1985. By ropeway only 8 minutes are needed to reach the village of Tago. The length is 1700 m, and the height 350 m.
v Uchkho Arch Bridge - connects the two sides of the valley of the village of Uchkho. According to the legend, the bridge was built during the reign of the Queen Tamar and it was the shortest road connecting Guria-Adjara with Meskheti-Javakheti. Today the bridge is used only as a narrow pass.
v The Green Lake - is located in the northern part of the Arsiani Range near Beshumi at 2 200 meters above sea level.The lake, known for its beauty, is a popular attraction for local and foreign tourists. The clear and transparent water is slightly mineralized.
v Beshumi -is mountainous climatic and balneological health resort and is located in region of Khulo on the territory of the Goderdzi pass. The season in Beshumi starts in mid-June and ends in early September. The peak of the season falls on mid-August, when the resort traditionally holds a folk festival of Shuamtoba.