Discover the best top things to do in Imereti Region, Georgia including Motsameta Monastery, Gelati Monastery, Prometheus Cave, Okatse Canyon, Bagrati Cathedral, Kutaisi Market, Cableways Chiatura, David Agmashenebeli Square, Sataplia Cave and Nature Reserve, Colchis Fountain.
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4.5 based on 181 reviews
It's a bit of a trek from the road, but well worth a look. Inside is beautifully preserved, although not a particularly big place.
We did it as a tour with Kutaisi-Tripstation that also covered Prometheus Caves, Sataplia Caves, Gelati Monastery and Bagrati Cathedral. Definitely value for money and a great experience.
4.5 based on 323 reviews
Unfortunately the outside is covered in scaffolding at the moment, but the real beauty is inside. It is a shame that there was no one to tell us anything about the place, but it was good just to take it all in visually.
We did it as a tour with Kutaisi-Tripstation that also covered Prometheus Caves, Sataplia Caves, Motsameta Monastery and Bagrati Cathedral. Definitely value for money and a great experience.
4.5 based on 464 reviews
It is the biggest cave in Georgia. Only one tenth is open for tourist, still it takes an hour to explore. Only guided tour is permissable.
Cave is having breathtaking views of stalactites, stalagmites, petrified Waterfalls, underground rivers and lakes. Boat ride is possible depending on the weather (water level).
4.5 based on 217 reviews
Natural monument in Georgia, located in the village of Gordi of Khoni municipality, in the vicinity of the river okatse. It is uniquely located in the unbelievably deep and narrow ravine. Okace's canyon is 3 to 6 meters wide and 20 to 100 meters deep. Along the canyon several Waterfalls could be found, height of one it is 70 meters. Okatse Canyon occupies more than 2 kilometers and regarded to be the masterpiece of the nature. Okatse Canyon occupies more than 2 kilometers and regarded to be the masterpiece of the nature. Tskenistsckali tributary Okatse 70meter in height flowing down Kinchhkibi hollow and throught narrow bottom of Gordi Canyon and joins the river Tshkenisckali near the village Gelaverdi. In some places Okatse creates small lakes where you can swim. On the territory of the village Gordi river flowing leads you down to 2-5 width canyon where it is cold even in August. Okatse Waterfalls with its beautiful surroundings are the favourite places for people from Khoni or Kutaisi to spend time or have a picnic. They get pleasure from this beautiful nature and at the same time drink vodka (Chkutini) made from local wild pear.
Okatse Canyon is truly amazing place with very beautiful nature and a kind of extreme views from the hight of a bird's flight. The path starts at the visitor centre, continues through the Kolkhan forest and finishes on the iron pathways, stairs and viewpoints built on the top of the canyon itself.
4.5 based on 194 reviews
This place has been almost totally rebuilt over the years, which the signs in the grounds explain and show with photos. It could be argued that such extensive renovation has spoiled it and I can see why some would say that, because some parts of it look extremely out of place and out of character. I still think it is worth a visit though!
We did it as a tour with Kutaisi-Tripstation that also covered Prometheus Caves, Sataplia Caves, Gelati Monastery and Motsameta Monastery. Definitely value for money and a great experience.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
4.5 based on 43 reviews
This is probably the most mad place I've ever seen. The place is an old lodge of Soviets in Georgia, so that the architecture is pretty typical for that. No one here speaks english, everything is in Georgian language and there are no informations, just be ready for that! Anyway, cableways!! incredible experience, absolutely crazy and unforgettable, one way costs 10 GEL, but the man downstair gave it to us as a gift, so i think they don't care much. The only problem was very strong wind and rain for what we couldn't have got down.
4 based on 80 reviews
4 based on 56 reviews
This Fountain is marvelous, because it points to the rich heritage of Colchis, the ancient name for east-Georgia. The figures that form the Fountain are originally made of gold, and can be found in the national museum in Tbilisi. They were of course a bit smaller.
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