Perhaps you will be left without mobile communications and Wi-Fi and will not be able to share the photo on Instagram. But isn't that what you looking for — silence?
Khevsureti is one of the most isolated historical provinces of the Georgian highlands. Khevsureti lies on both slopes of the Great Caucasus range and is divided into three parts. Destination of our tour is the most famous part of Khevsureti – villages Shatili and Mutso – famous because of its original medieval architecture, but beside Shatili tourists will see many other even more interesting places, enjoy unspoiled nature and feel like time travelers to the deep middle ages. Tour with Friendly.ge team to Khevsureti allows you to see the most interesting places in this mysterious area.
is most famous for its breathtaking mountain views, medieval towers, and sacred legends. Difficult to access and mostly abandoned during the past century, the fortress village has preserved its original architecture and open-air burial vaults. Hike to Mutso – which is located on the rock and surrounded by towers.
Overnight in Shatili
is a UNESCO heritage site, is a medieval highland fortress village, situated 1400 meters above sea level. There is no road access to Shatili in the wintertime, further protecting the traditional ways of the dozen or so permanent inhabitants. Shatili is one of the most popular destinations for tourists seeking out a genuine experience. The medieval stone and mortar complex consists of 60 towers. It served both as a place of residence and fortress protecting Georgia’s northeastern borders.
Immerse yourself in this inspiring atmosphere by spending the night at one of the fortresses.
- Hotel pickup and drop-off (available from Tbilisi, Mtskheta)
- 1 night in Shatili Accommodation