Eco / Hiking Tours
320 days of sunshine a year and an average annual temperature of 20 degrees are the characteristics that give their name to the Costa Tropical, besides being washed by dozens of beaches and coves almost heavenly.
Take in the crisp, clean mountaintop air with distant blue haze horizons that overlook awesome canyons and rainforest. Visit the waterfalls and sleepy hamlets and find out why this is a very special place for every visitor.
Dry riverbeds, vast craggy ochre, red sandstone, gaps and gorges, and tranquil waterholes - these make up the spectacular landforms of the West MacDonnell Ranges.
Discover the subterranean worlds of both the Waitomo Glowworm Caves and Ruakuri Cave in only 2 hours, 45 minutes on a Two Cave combo package.
There are many national parks and protected areas in Georgia, each unique and with great commitment to preservation of nature. None can match Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park in importance however. As a member of PAN Parks, it is a wildlife reserve that applies the highest standards of protection and sustainable development of tourism.
Georgia is distinguished by its landscape. Here you will meet, the green orchards, and all types of landscapes. The Protected Areas are located among the two main vital sources, the main rivers of Kakheti – Iori and Alazani. The gorge is a deep and very beautiful canyon cut by a little ravine through the cliffs of limestone origin.
Tusheti is bordered by Dagestan to the east and by Chechnya – to the north. Khevsureti is located to the west of Tusheti and Kakheti – to the south. Tusheti, surrounded by the high mountain ranges and summits, is rugged by the numerous gorges, the waters from which flow into the two major rivers of Tusheti – Pirikiti’sAlazani and Tusheti’s (Gometsari) Alazani separated with the watershed of Makratela.
Lagodekhi Protected Areas are located in the most north-eastern part of Georgia. They include the Lagodekhi Strict Nature Reserve and Lagodekhi Managed Nature Reserve along the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus range. The protected areas lie between 400-3500 m above sea level.
Mtirala National Park is located in historical Achara. The territory of Mtiralais constructed by volcanic-sedimentary rocks of so-called “Naghvarevi Pack”, which are presented by alternation of sub-alkali and lime alkali basalts, trachiandesites, andesites, delenites, tuffites, marls and argillites. Mount Mtirala is located between the Black Sea and Achara mountain system on the watershed of Chakvistskali and Koraghitskali.