During this tour, we will explore some of the most impressive historical and natural landmarks of Khevi region, dominated by Mt. Kazbeg. We will also cross on foot to the neighbouring Khevsureti region.
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Due to Covid-19 situation, we will be running only private versions of this tour in 2021 (it´s a pity but we don´t dare to mix people in group tours yet). The result is a tour that is somewhat more expensive, but can occur at any time and adjusted based on your needs. If you are still interested, pls submit the booking form with "custom date" and we wil send you an offer for a private tour.
In the morning, we leave Tbilisi and head north into the mountains along the Georgian Military Highway. We will make stops at Ananuri fortress and Russo-Georgian Friendship monument, then cross the 2379m high Jvari (Cross) pass. Afterward, we will leave the main road and after a short off-road ride, will leave our cars at the Kvemo Okrokana village to make a 4-5 hours long hike in the abandoned Truso valley. After returning to our cars, we will ride to the Stepantsminda (Kazbegi) village, where we will enjoy a dinner and spend a night at the local guesthouse.
Today, we will climb the Kazbegi massif towards the foot of the Gergeti glacier. If the weather cooperates, we will enjoy stunning views of surrounding mountains dominated by 5033m high Mt. Kazbeg. Along the way, we will make a stop at the incredibly photogenic Gergeti Trinity church, probably the most famous Georgian landmark. Night at Kazbegi.
After breakfast, we will take a car to the Juta village. From here, we will hike towards the imposing Chaukhi massif (3688), known as the "Georgian Dolomites" and eventually climb to the 3341m high Chaukhi pass, which separates the Khevi region from Khevsureti. From here, we will descend to the colorful Abudelauri lakes and follow the trail to the Roshka village, where we will spend a night at the guesthouse.
In the morning, we will take cars and navigate the off-road descending into the Pshavi Aragvi valley. Then we will ride to the Magaroskari village, where we will switch to rafts and after a short instruction, float down the Aragvi river (difficulty II-III). This rafting tour takes about 90 minutes to finish. We will be then picked up by our cars again and make it to Tbilisi in the late afternoon.