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Georgia is a country of natural contrasts and wonders – in a day you can ski on the slopes of the Caucasian Mountains and in a 3-hour drive time go to the beach and relax at the Black Sea coast. About 40% of the country is covered with forest; abundant mineral waters and underground springs create great potential for healing resorts.

Each region of Georgia is unique with its incredible natural landscapes: Starting with vast Alazani Valley with its best vineyards from the east, world-class ski resort and Caucasus Mountain landscapes from the north; seaside resorts surrounded by Adjarian high mountains and subtropical botanical garden from the West; Kolkheti National Park lowland for eco-tourism lovers; grottos with spectacular stalactites, stalagmites, waterfalls, underground rivers and lakes; former royal residence cave town in the south and a lot more to highlight.