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“If you want to discover wild life, feel full extreme and discover highest destination in Europe you should visit.”

National Park of Tusheti
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Tusheti - three-day tour
Ranked #1 of 1 things to do in Omalo
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Reviewed July 8, 2017 via mobile

One of the most dangerous roads with unbelievable sights, ideal to relax and far from noisy and dirty cities. You should try this

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Reviewed June 27, 2017 via mobile

The 70km 4 hour 4WD trip from Alvani to Omalo passed through absolutely spectacular mountain scenery. Breath taking views at every turn and as the pass had only just been opened, snow caves were plentiful. The slate built villages dotted along the track were fabulous. Visiting Bochorna, the highest permanently inhabited village 2 345m above sea level and meeting the 72 year old gentleman who is now the only person who stays on the mountain all year round was excellent. We had a very safe driver in Soso Aqimidze from Tusheti Tours who we are very appreciative of.

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Reviewed June 19, 2017 via mobile

I was part of a small tour group organised by "The Slow Cyclist" a young, very friendly company who specialise in cycling and hiking trips to Transylvania, Georgia and Rwanda. As part of our trip, we spent a total of three days and five nights at various locations in the Tusheti National Park, aided by very experienced and knowledgeable local guides. The scenery is breathtaking and beautiful. The National Park is isolated, which is part of its charm. The single, rough road into the park is not for the faint-hearted or inexperienced and takes you over 9000 feet over the Abano Pass. Put your faith in the experienced drivers with 4 x 4 vehicles and let them do the driving, while you concentrate on controlling your heart rate.

Accomodation in the park in the form of guest houses is available and will vary from place to place. Don't expect 4 star because you won't find it (yet). Even the better locations may not have readily available hot water or electricity at all times but they are up and coming and owners are keen to please. I firmly believe that the park will be a very different and much more visited place in ten years time. At the moment, going as I did in early June, you can spend days walking and riding, without seeing another sole. Do, though, go with the professionals and ensure that your visit brings something to the local community.

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Reviewed February 23, 2017

I often visit Tusheti and it never gets enough.. Nature, People, Architecture, Culture - everything surprises me

1  Thank Teimuraz P
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Reviewed January 28, 2017

There are just few small shops, no ATM or bank office. Hiking from Omalo in Tusheti to Shatili in Khevsureti is an absolute delight. Better to hire horse with guide to take your staff.

3  Thank trip4realGEORGIA
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