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      Extreme Tour                                    

Join this trekking holiday and explore the heart of the Caucasus Mountains. Visit inaccessible villages; see how local people live in an unmolested natural setting.        
Like many mountain regions of the world, Georgia has a variety of topographical and biogeographically zones which create an environment of diverse. This is reflected in the abundance and variety of wildlife that can be found in Georgia despite its relatively small area.     
Georgia has one of the highest levels of endemism in the world, including many protected species of flora and fauna.     
In this tour we combine visits to two very different ecological zones. Our holiday starts by journey north from Tbilisi along the Georgian Military Highway and crossing Jvari Pass on the Caucasian Main Range to Kazbegi. Here we spend a day enjoying the views of the 5047 metres Mt. Kazbek and its picturesque Sameba church. We travel through the Sno Valley and trek to the Chaukhi Mountains – the Caucasus’s answer to the Dolomites. The Chaukhi Mountains are exceptionally dramatic and a favorite among rock-climbers – particularly the vertical north face.     
We cross Chaukhi Pass down to beautiful Roshka Valley in Khevsureti province. Deep and narrow river gorges, severe snow capped peaks, untouched nature, and traditional villages make Khevsureti one of Georgia’s more attractive destinations.     
We cross a couple of mountain passes and trek along Andaki Valley.      
After exploring some remote villages we reach village Shatili famous for its spectacular medieval fortress. From Shatili we drive back to Tbilisi by crossing Datvis Jvari Pass on the Greater Caucasus.     
  Trekking in Georgia, Caucasus  
  Trekking in Georgia, Caucasus  
  Trekking in Georgia, Caucasus  
  Trekking in Georgia, Caucasus  
  Trekking in the Georgian Mountains