Batumi Georgia

Ancient Greek legends told of a fabulously wealthy land where Jason and the Argonauts stole the Golden Fleece from King Aeetes with the help of his daughter Medea. It was a distant land that was reached by the Black Sea and down the River Phasis. The actual site of this legendary kingdom has never been found but the archaeologists believe that in Ajara existed the ancient civilization of Colchis. The main attraction, which is closely linked with the myth of Argonauts, is ancient Gonio Fortress. We invite you to join us in a journey back in time, experience the beautiful and interesting past of Ajara, and see modern Batumi with its imposing architecture and magnificent Boulevard.

Sataphlia National Reserve

Sataphlia is a group of karst caves. Here the visitors can see dinosaur’s stoned trace, a unique karst cave, rock path, take picture with the models of dinosaurs, visit the small museum, walk on the quite unusual glass platform overlooking the city. Then go to Legendary Prometheus cave.

“Mineral Water Park” of Borjomi

The park itself dates back to the 1850s. It occupies a narrow, wooded valley. The original warm mineral spring, named Ekaterina Spring, sits beneath a pavilion straight ahead of the park entrance (you can fill bottles from it). Then a cable car will take you to the top where you can enjoy a bird’s-eye-view of the city. Panorama of marvelous maintains and hills covered with emerald-green mat of hundred-year-old trees will come into your view.