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Our most recommended Batumi Viewing Points

  • Adjara: Batumi Botanical Garden & Mtirala National Park

    1. Adjara: Batumi Botanical Garden & Mtirala National Park

    Your tour will begin as you travel 8 kilometers to the city of Batumi, where you will find the Botanical Gardens. It is the largest in Georgia and has been functioning for over than 100 years. The complex consists of more than 113 hectares comprising 21 different zones, such as the Lower and Higher Park, Bamboo Grove, and Australian, Mexican, and Mediterranean themed plant areas. Following these gardens, you will have time for lunch in a local restaurant, which your guide will happily provide you with advice for. Following the promenade in the Botanical Garden, you will go to another beautiful place that is becoming more and more popular, the Mtirala National Park. Mtirala is translated from Georgian as “Crying Mountain”, and it is a large gorge with plenty of waterfalls, lakes, boxwood grove, and red book plants. Its unique “emerald” natural landmark is sure to be a highlight that will...

  • From Batumi: Gonio Castle and Adjarian Highland Tour

    2. From Batumi: Gonio Castle and Adjarian Highland Tour

    Meet your guide at the reception of your hotel in Batumi in the morning. Travel south of the city to explore the Adjara region. In addition to its spectacular natural beauty the region is rich with ancient monuments which were built by Romans.  First, visit Gonio castle which was constructed in the 1st century AD, and became a well-formed Roman city within a century. One of the most important Roman archaeological sites in the country, excavation is still being conducted in the present day. Afterwards, travel east up towards the mountains. Visit the most popular Adjarian winery, Adjarian Wine House, where you will taste the traditional wines of the region. Continue your way up the mountains to enjoy the beautiful natural landscape. See the Makhuntseti waterfalls and bridge of Queen Tamar. Benefit from numerous stops allowing you to capture photos of the region.

  • From Batumi: Cycling And Kayaking in Kolkheti National Park

    3. From Batumi: Cycling And Kayaking in Kolkheti National Park

    Discover the ancient Georgian state of Kolkheti on this combo cycle and kayak tour. Plunge into the state's distant and mysterious history and follow the paths that once led the Argonauts. Departing from Batumi, travel in a comfortable car to the start of the cycle route. On the way, admire the beauty of the Kolkheti Lowland and learn more about the local way of life and Georgian traditions from your local instructor-guide. At the park, cycle through the forest paths along the plains of Kolkheti National Park. Feel the cool sea breeze from the coast on your left, and on the right, admire the imposing Lake Paliastomi. During your cycle, you will be accompanied by a riot of greenery and incessant bird voices. Finish your bike ride at the Golden Lake and learn what gives the lake this special name as you explore it on a double kayak. After working up an appetite, stop for a bite to eat at...

    Great experience to discover another side of Batumi. excursion was very well organized, good materials and very friendly guide very knowledgeable about the region. kayaking at the last of the tour was relaxing after biking and lunch in local restaurant. we really enjoyed our day and we recommend this tour to anyone willing to have fun with some physical exercises.

  • Batumi: Magical Christmas Tour

    4. Batumi: Magical Christmas Tour

    See how the city of Batumi celebrates Christmas on this tour of the best festive locations and Christmas markets in town. Discover a wide variety of Georgian traditions and customs and sample a range of seasonal products. Witness some of the region's most important sights and beautifully decorated locations as you follow your professional local guide around the streets of the city. Listen to festive anecdotes and learn why Georgians choose to celebrate Christmas on January 6th.  During this tour, you will have the opportunity to sample some of Batumi's most renowned festive delicacies and admire a chichilaki, which is the Georgian version of the Christmas tree.

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What people are saying about Batumi

Great experience to discover another side of Batumi. excursion was very well organized, good materials and very friendly guide very knowledgeable about the region. kayaking at the last of the tour was relaxing after biking and lunch in local restaurant. we really enjoyed our day and we recommend this tour to anyone willing to have fun with some physical exercises.

Very nice tour we went for 20 kilometre cycling followed by a short lunch break ( lunch included ) Then we went for kayaking in the link . The tour was amazing and my guide was informative and led the tour in a very professional way

We enjoyed the whole day with Robert Super, Edgar and I are grateful to be able to explore the country with such a great guide.

Enjoyed to much , The guider is friendly and good english speaker

Super friendly guide, good equipment and a great day out.