With such diverse natural surroundings, there’s something for everyone in Guria. From the beautiful subtropical landscapes, to the Black Sea coastline, from the sweeping lowlands to the majestic snowy mountains, it’s truly a unique and magical destination. There’s plenty to keep you busy in Guria, whether you’re into hiking, kayaking, fishing, or just relaxing on the beach. Your local hosts will give you a warm and jovial welcome; and will no doubt encourage you to try local dishes.
The wonderful, high, snowy mountains of Guria provide lots of hiking and walking opportunities, offering spectacular views for miles. Join a hike through the mountain forests for glimpses of the local wildlife, including bears, wolves, deer, martens, and bobcats. Fishermen flock to Guria for the amazing number and variety of fish in the rivers, with the likes of lamprey, sheatfish, perch, trout, and gudgeon. And if it’s adventure you’re after, these same rivers also offer great opportunities for rafting and kayaking. Horse riding has long been popular with the Gurian people and during the 1880s in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show Gurian riders received worldwide recognition. Newspapers and magazines of the time depict them as brave, fearless, mighty riders who were able to perform amazing stunts while riding a horse. Riders were from all levels of the society – farmers as well as aristocrats and were so impressive even Queen Victoria of Great Britain sent them a letter of gratitude. How to get in Guria Region.
|Languages spoken||Georgian, Russian, English|