Spanning six administrative districts, Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park and the neighboring Borjomi Nature Reserve comprise 1% of Georgia’s overall land territory. The park is 160 km northwest of Tbilisi, and is renowned for its unique geography, landscapes, and historical monuments. Cultural travelers can take advantage of the abundance of historical monuments on the Kharagauli side of the national park and explore nearby sights. The extensive trail system within the park provides a range of experiences for outdoors enthusiasts of varying capabilities.
The 12 trails, ranging from the 3-km National Park Information trail, to the 54-km four-day St. Andrew’s trail. Both offer beautiful opportunities to experience untouched forests, alpine vistas, and endemic flora and fauna. In addition to hiking, visitors can engage in horseback riding, biking, snow shoeing, and cultural and educational tours. Take full advantage of the park’s visitor resources by enjoying lunch at one of the picnic facilities, sleeping in its tourist shelters, or pitching a tent in a designated camping spot.