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Mtirala National Park

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Eteri
Eteri
August 11, 2019
Национальный парк Мтирала
Giorgi
Giorgi
July 16, 2019
Национальный парк Мтирала - 25 км от Батуми, гора Мтирала между Черным морем и горной системой Аджарии. Территория Мтирала построена в середине эоценовой эпохи, светильники размечены и обставлены. Места для пикников и кемпингов обустроены, места зарезервированы для костра, а 9-й километр тропы -…
Vera
Vera
February 6, 2018
National park is located approximately an hour drive from Batumi. It's a good place where to enjoy nature & do some hiking.National park is located approximately an hour drive from Batumi. It's a good place where to enjoy nature & do some hiking.
Memed
Memed
September 17, 2017
Mtirala National Park is 15 kms far away from our guest house.
Diana
Diana
August 4, 2019
Mtirala National Park is a protected area in Adjara region, Georgia. Covering approximately 15,698 hectares in Municipalities of Kobuleti, Khelvachauri and Keda in the western Lesser Caucasus, it is situated between the Black Sea and the Adjara Mountains. It also adjoins Kintrishi Protected Areas.
Valerian
Valerian
May 4, 2018
Mtirala National Park is a protected area in Adjara region, Georgia. Covering approximately 15,698 hectares (38,790 acres) in the western Lesser Caucasus, it is situated between the Black Sea and the Adjara Mountains. It also adjoins Kintrishi Protected Areas.
ნინო
ნინო
December 4, 2019
for mountain lovers
Levan
Levan
August 25, 2019
With public transport-Minibus only on Fridays and Mondays you can go as cheap as 3 Lari one way. You can contact me for tips, can call the driver and advice local tips. There are some unique plants and researches done but there is something magical one feel about the nature... (there are all levels…

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Ubicación
Adjara
Teléfono+995 577 90 72 72
Sitio webapa.gov.ge