In a world increasingly conscious of environmental impact, Georgia’s tourism industry is trying to follow sustainable practices. This article delves into how this small yet vibrant country is moving towards eco-friendly tourism.
At the heart of Georgia’s tourism sector are its eco-lodges and environmentally friendly hotels, utilizing sustainable technologies. These establishments are a testament to how the tourism industry can contribute positively to environmental conservation while offering unique experiences.
Our tour guides in Georgia also play a big part. They offer trips that respect and protect the natural beauty and rich culture of Georgia.
Georgia’s national parks also are following this sustainable movement, each offering unique experiences while fostering environmental preservation.
Kazbegi National Park
Situated in the northern part of Georgia, Kazbegi National Park is home to Mount Kazbek, one of the highest and most beautiful mountains in the Caucasus range. Kazbegi is a paradise for hikers and climbers. Trails range from leisurely walks to challenging treks leading up to the Gergeti Trinity Church. The park is rich in flora and fauna, with a variety of endemic species. It’s an ideal spot for birdwatching and wildlife observation.
Tusheti National Park
Algeti National Park
Vashlovani National Park
Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park
Mtirala National Park
Kintrishi National Park
Kolkheti National Park
Lagodekhi Protected Areas
Georgia’s national parks are not merely natural attractions; they are the heart of the country's sustainable tourism efforts. By visiting these parks, travelers contribute to preserving biodiversity and supporting local communities, all while experiencing the unique beauty and cultural richness of Georgia.
For more detailed information about these parks, including travel tips, trail maps, and conservation initiatives, visit the official Georgian National Parks website at https://nationalparks.ge/en/main.