Our tour starts from visiting 13th century small arch bridge; similar bridges are typical for the period of Queen Tamar’s architecture. We will also see the most beautiful, 17 meters long waterfall, located in Merveti village.
Then we will move to the headwaters of Chkhutuneti, one of the high mountain villages of Adjara, where the Machakhela Historical and Ethnographic Museum is located. It was opened on June 9, 1984 in the former mosque building. In addition, there is an artificially created waterfall, which was used to produce gold and copper in the 3rd century BC.
Places to visit during the excursion:
- Boxwood forest
- Waterfall in Merveti
- Machakhela national park
- artificial waterfall in Chkhutuneti
- Bridge of king Tamar
- Honey tasting
- “Gun” monument
- Professional Guide assistance
- Comfortable transport
- 0.5 liter of water per person
- Entrance fees
- VAT 18%
Start time of the excursion is 10:00
We advise to wear comfortable shoes and clothes
If you have further requests or some special needs, please contact us before you purchase.