Ornithologists (people who study birds) from the USA, Holland, Belgium, England, Estonia and other countries have been coming to Batumi for 11 years to observe millions of migratory birds, find and count the endangered species. Batumi in autumn is a real paradise for migratory birds and their observers.
The blog was prepared for your first or the following visit of Mtirala National Park. If it does not rain, you are lucky, because this is the most humid and rainy part of Adjara. On the mountain, with the highest precipitation and the air humidity – 80-85%, fog is very common. Here are 7 things you will manage to see in a day.
The summer has just ended; the sun heat turned into mild, pleasant warmth; the sea is reflecting the kind of dark blue, September sky and is sparkling in the sunlight. September in Batumi is the best time for untroubled vacation.
All coastal cities look alike at first sight, but in contrast to Batumi, Kobuleti is mainly visited by people, who want to have everything at hand: the sea, bungalows, hotels and entertainment places.
Summer Adjara – the place of hedonism, relaxation and bohemian life. In this blog you will discover the 6 best beaches on the Black sea coast.
If hiking is your travel style, Georgia, as a land of the oldest forests, would be a good choice. Think about a two-day tour to the Kintrishi Protected Landscape.
Skhalta-Khikhani route is the best destination of mountainous Adjara for the travelers who like hiking and extreme roads. The way to Khikhani Fortress is quite complicated, though it should not worry you.
Did you know that all the continents of the earth can be run by our eye in 1 day? And do you really think that it will require to go through tens of thousands miles and spend 8 300 hours of your life? No! Visit subtropical paradise of Batumi and convince yourself in it. It is more than miracle how once an impassable, primary Caucasian forest turned into the pearl of world flora.
Polish “National Geographic Traveler” wrote another article about Adjara. The article titled “The journey of my life” describes Magellan award-winner, a writer and a journalist Sergius Pinkvart’s trip to Adjara.
“Machakhela Gun Road” is one of the most interesting routes in Ajara. Here you’ll be able to see - Machakhela Gun Monument, cannon of the Second World War in Skurdidi village, Tskhemlara Bridge, a waterfall, the Gvara Fortress ruins, Ethnographic Museum in Zeda Chkhutuneti and the most beautiful nature of Machakhela National Park: Twin Waterfall and the paths of Archangel in Kokoleti.
Of course, it’s up to you to decide what you want to get from Adjara - a suntan, good memories or the enjoyment of a wildlife. If you are fond of the latter and have never been to the place I am going to tell you about, then this blog is for you.
Mirveti is just about 27 kilometers from Batumi. It is a beautiful, cozy village full of fresh, mountain and sea air, surrounded by willow forests and Chorokhi river, where you can enjoy spending your leisure time by yourself or with friends.
Can all 4 seasons be popular in the seaside city? In case of Batumi, they, definitely, can. Warm climate, modern and old architecture, amazing botanical garden and evergreen boulevard make Batumi equally attractive at all times.
“National Geographic Traveler” inscribed Batumi in the list of the ten best tourist destinations in Europe. In the Polish publication Batumi was mentioned as the best place to spend leisure time alongside with such cities as Nice, Palermo, Amsterdam and Oxford.
27 kilometers away from Batumi `there is a place with springs gushing from the rocks and the leaf covered paths leading to a waterfall. The green smell of dense forest makes you breathe easier. Here in the shade of trees you can be caught in the rain and 15 minutes later the raindrops hanging from the leaves will sparkle in the sun.
''Adjarians From Beshumi to Batumi'' - premiere of Polish movie in Batumi
Belorussian popular TV program “50 recipes” introduced Ajarian cuisine and tourism potential nearly to 8 million viewers. Four extensive programs dedicated to Ajarian dishes, folklore and tourism products were on the air of “Belarus 1” in January.
The popular TV-company, Euronews, prepared an extensive report dedicated to Batumi. With the help of the “Metropolitans” program, millions of viewers got acquainted with the historical and cultural heritage, architecture, gastronomy and the modern cityscape of Batumi.