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Magnificent mountainous region in the Caucasus Mountains

Visit Kazbegi

Kazbegi is a place in Georgia that everyone must visit because it offers multiple opportunities for unforgettable adventures. More specifically, Kazbegi presents travelers with some of Georgia’s most beautiful scenery. If you are interested in landscapes, hiking, and mountains, then exploring this incredible location is extremely important. You will be able to explore Georgia’s historic monuments, understand the culture and history of the country, and see the beauty of Georgian high mountains.

If you are interested in visiting Kazbegi, we have found exactly 6 reasons why you should travel to Kazbegi and solidify your interests.



Mkinvartsveri is a mountain that captivates enormous quantities of travelers. No matter what the season is, the summit is always covered with snow. More interestingly, Mount Mkinvartsveri is associated with Amirani, the Georgian version of Prometheus, who was chained on this mountain because he stole fire from the gods and gave it to mortals. Other than that, Mkinvartsveri is very popular not only in Georgia but also around the world. Mkinvartsveri stands at a height of 5054 meters. Its beautiful panoramic views, especially during the sunrise, cause unforgettable emotions and memories.


    Gergeti Trinity Church 

The Gergeti Trinity Church was built in the 14th century and It is located under Mount Mkinvartsveri, 2200 meters above sea level. What’s interesting is that Gergeti Trinity Church is the most popular tourist destination in Georgia. Geographically, it possesses incredible features. With its history and location, the church serves as the face of Georgia. It provides stunning views of Mount Mkinvartsveri, and it is a popular waypoint for hikers in the area. Conveniently, there is a road up to the base of the church that is accessible to any normal vehicle.



If you ever visit the area of Kazbegi, don’t forget to include the Gveleti Waterfall on your travel itinerary. The Gveleti Waterfall is located in the Dariali Valley. The path to the waterfall begins from the semi-abandoned village, Gveleti. Getting to the waterfall is quite simple because the distance from Kazbegi to the village of Gveleti is 7 km, and the access path to the waterfall in Gveleti is less than 1 km. There are picnic places near the waterfall with a beautiful view of the mountains.

In addition to the Gveleti Waterfall, Arshi Waterfall is located in Arsha, Kazbegi. The path from the village to the waterfall is 2 km. There are 2 waterfalls that connect to the river, Arshistskali. The first one is not directly visible from Arsha, but it will suddenly appear on the way to the trail. The second one is above the waterfall, and it is called, “Woman’s Hair”. The reason is because it is flowing from the boulder like it is a woman’s magnificent plait. These waterfalls are considered to be one of the most popular places to visit among the tourists.



If you want to have a hiking adventure in a marvelous environment and enjoy the landscapes, Juta is just for you! The village of Juta is one of the highest settlements (2200 m) in this are, and it is located 24 km away from Stepantsminda. The Chaukhi mountain range, located near the village, is situated on the central ridge of the Caucasus mountain range. There is a small path that travels through the scenic views of Kavkasioni. There are multiple peaks, where clouds and mountains intersect with one another. Juta is one of the highest inhabited settlements in the country that will serve to be an unforgettable and thrilling experience for you.


    Dariali Monastery Complex 

The Dariali Monastery Complex is perfectly nested in the Dariali Gorge among the high mountains of the Caucasus. The gorge begins at the river, Chkeri, and it ends near the upper Lars. Dariali’s narrow corridor has been known in history since ancient times. The northern road passed there, and in the status quo, it is called, “The Georgian Military Road”. This strategic road possessed important political value for the Kingdom of Old Georgia.


    Mineral Pools of Pansheti 

Do not miss the village of Pansheti which is located 4 kilometers away from Kazbegi, on the left bank of the river, Tergi. This village is 1790 meters above sea level, and its pools are nourished by natural mineral springs.


In addition to all of these activities and locations, there are tons of other accessible trails, spectacular valleys, and horse riding opportunities that make Kazbegi a place for unforgettable adventure.