Keda Cultural Route

Keda Cultural Route

The road

A route starts from the village Gobroneti and passing the village Akho, with the road going through Ajaristskali slopes connectes to the village Gegelidzeebi. The route starts from the village Gobroneti, from the road coming down from existing two guesthouses in the village (Zebo, Tskarostvali) and turning to the north-east direction and continuing our route to the villages Akho and Gegelidzeebi. Here the route goes along the slightly inclined ground road. The route goes through the villages so it gives opportunity to see Ajarian village life. In the village Akho, there is one of the oldest mosques in the Ajara region, from where the route goes with the narrow ground road to the village Gegelidzeebi, firstly goes to the house-museum of famous Ajarian poet and writer, Fridon Khalvashi, where you can see different things associated with the life of the poet; after it the route finishes in the same village (Gegelidzeebi), to the family cellar of Nuri Sirabidze. Here the visitors can taste pitcher wines made in family conditions and also taste Georgian cuisine. The given route on almost whole length passes through the right slope of the river Ajaristskali and gives opportunity to enjoy with the wonderful panoramic views over the gorge and over the mountainous Ajara villages located on its slopes. The route covers the villages of Gobroneti, Akho and Gegelidzeebi area. The cultural and historical sites located here, but one of its main attractions are landscape views spread over the Adjaratskali gorge.



  • Route Start/Finish: Village Gobroneti - village Gegelidzeebi
  • Route Type: Vehicle
  • Route Length: 8 km
  • Route Duration: 2 hours
  • Road type: Ground road, Sledge road
  • Route Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance from Batumi: 55 km
  • Min/Max m. above sea-level: 390/800
  • Cellular network coverage: Completely


Things to see

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