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According to ancient local traditions, pigs are taboo for local people and for this reason, food made from pork is forbidden in Tusheti. Local people consider it disrespectful for visitors to bring pork to Tusheti.


According to local traditions, women are forbidden from entering local sacred shrines and sanctuaries.


Tusheti is a remote region, and as such there are no amenities such as petrol stations, pharmacies, beauty salons, banks, ATMs or currency exchanges booths.

Visitor's Center

1 Day
1 Km
Route: This circular route begins and ends at the Visitors’ Center
Highlights: Scenic Viewpoint,Pine Forest
summer autumn
Trip level: Easy


This circular route begins and ends at the Visitors’ Center

The visitor centre is located in village Kvemo Omalo. In 100 meters from the board protected area signboard is situated the administrative complex of Tusheti Protected Areas – one of the most beautiful buildings in the area. The place is surrounded with pine trees. To the east from the visitor centre there is a scenic viewpoint with a breathtaking panoramic view. You can see several villages from there, such as: Kumelaurta, Tsokalta, Chiglaurta and Khakhabo.  

Visitors will get information in visitor center about natural and cultural sightseeing of Tusheti Protected Areas. The center staff will assist in planning tours, booking hotels, hiring cars and horses. Visitor centre offers a cafeteria and well-furnished rooms. If desired it is possible to rent equipment (tents, binoculars, mountain bikes) and use the arranged camping space.

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