When traveling, please envisage the restrictions developed to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus COVID - 19
Behavioral rules in protected areas, during COVID-19 pandemic:
Covering coughs and sneezes with a cloth face covering in a buildings and enclosed spaces.
It is possible to have 5 visitors at the same time in the visitor center;
Using social distancing and maintaining at least 2 meters between individuals in all areas of the park;
Recommended is contactless paying methods or buy tickets online https://guru.ge/
If you feel sick, do not enter the area and consult a doctor immediately;
Avoid close contact with people who are sneezing or coughing;
Using hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol for at least 20 seconds or washing hands often with soap and water, if its readily available.
Avoiding touching eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands;
Always cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, or use the inside of your elbow;
Throw used tissues in the trash and Immediately clean your hands with a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol, or If soap and water are readily available wash your hands.
Algeti National Park, 1 hour away from Tbilisi is the best place to enjoy the week-end. You will be astonished with beautiful landscapes on place. There are arranged 5 eco-tourist trails on the park’s territory: horse-riding and pedestrian. Only one of them is marked – Samepo Kedi – 16 km circular trail, thus it is nice idea to hike there.
Besides Algeti River Valley and the ridges covered with forests, you are able to visit Dashbashi, Birtvisi and Samshvilde Canyons and as well as Kldekari Fortress.
Plan your camping in Algeti National park and enjoy your trip.
There is arranged eco-tourist attraction Rope Park at the yard of Algeti National Park’s visitor center. There are arranged zones for adults and family trip, which unites from 10 to 14 barriers. Therefore, it is possible to enjoy nature and eco-tourist attractions even without leaving the yard.