WINTER ADVENTURE TOUR
BORJOMI NATIONAL PARK
One of the most scenic trails in Lesser Caucasus with sunrise at Lomi mountain (2198 m)
Borjomi National Park
Adventurous hike in one of the largest national parks in Europe, 85,083 ha
Warm Sulfur Pools
Refreshing swim in the middle of nature
Explore the beautiful nature of Borjomi on a horseback
Imagine, finding yourself surrounded by untouched white mountains. Hearing the sound of snow crunching under your feet while hiking in Georgia - a country with more than 1500 years of history and unique traditions. Traveling in winter fairytale on horseback and by 115-year-old narrow-gauge train. Waking up in a mountain hut, gathering around a wood stove and sharing warm drinks with like-minded travelers. Swimming in a warm sulfur pool in the heart of the forest covered by snow. We call you to take part in an adventure that will take a very special place in your memories.
3 nights accommodation in Georgian guesthouse and shelter on the trail.
Guided hikes in the largest national parks of Georgia – Borjomi-Kharagauli.
All transport between activities.
Help in equipment planning and gear rent.
Local, English, Russian and Latvian speaking guides.
Tickets for historical Borjomi - Bakuriani Cuckoo train.
Entrance tickets for Borjomi central park and swimming pool.
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Hike through snowy pine forests in the mountains of Borjomi - Kharagauli national park and stay in the mountain shelter with a wood stove for a night.
Ascend Lomismta Mountain - 2198m. From this point, on sunny days you can see all Caucasus mountain range and the highest peak of Europe - Mt. Elbrus. At the end of the hike, you can enjoy a 2-3 hr horseback ride in the pine forests of the national park.
Travel via 115 years old, antique Borjomi - Bakuriani “Cuckoo” train, to the famous ski resort Bakuriani, crossing the bridge constructed by Gustave Eiffel. Free time to ski, buy souvenirs, enjoy views and spiced hot wine. In the evening you will visit Borjomi central park and swim in warm sulfur pools in the middle of nature.
Day 4 - departure
After breakfast departing.
WHAT TO BRING
Travelling and mountain trekking insurance till 3000m altitude.
Money for extra things in grocery stores, souvenirs or any other personal items.
Winter or skiing clothes - simple and comfortable enough to hike.
A sleeping bag and a hiking backpack. If you do not have one, you can rent out from us.
WHAT TO KNOW
2-3 hr horseback riding costs 25 EUR.
We can provide you gas stoves on a place for regular shop prices.
The nearest airports to Borjomi are in Tbilisi (183km) and Kutaisi (153km). Upon your wish, we can arrange airport transfers. Price varies between 15-50 EUR, according to the number of people. Or you can travel by public transport. Write us an email and we will give you all the information.
Flight tickets are not included in the tour price, as travelers arrive from various countries. Flight prices from the EU this season can be around 100-200 EUR roundtrip.
WHERE YOU STAY
You will stay one night in a mountain shelter.
You will spend 3 nights in a family-owned comfortable guesthouse near the national park. It includes a common kitchen area, also possible to order home-made food and wine for very friendly prices if you inform us in advance.
DATES AND PRICE
No group tours, but we can organize a private tour for you, reach out to us.
TOUR PRICE: from 390 EUR
To book an adventure you need to make a prepayment of 150 EUR.
The final payment on arrival in cash.
Places in the groups are limited.
WHAT DO GUESTS SAY ABOUT US?
Check out our guests' reviews of adventure tours, Hear feedback about their experiences with us.
“So I got to share this incredible experience with the most
I enjoyed the trip very much, especially the trekking part. The schedule was pretty intense and 2 days in mountains was a bit too little for me(perhaps I would say the same even after 1 week being there). The weather, air, landscapes, sunsets and sunrises were just awesome. Tried to soak every moment while being there. ♥️
Pavels(aka Paša), as a leader of a group acted as a caring and provident person, waking up earlier to food the stove and boil water for the group beforehand, so thank you for that, dude.
Nino as a citizen of Georgia, has lots to tell about it's traditions, stories, myths, food, religion, etc. So ask her about anything you are interested in terms of Georgia. She a person to have a nice chat with.
— Alexey, LV
“Last week was my first experience with Camp Caucasus and first experience with mountain camping in general. In this case the organisers showed a high level of professionality organising these kind of camps. 1) organizational part was up to point; 2) organisers communicated with us properly before the camp to inform what to bring with us/what not to bring/what to expect/ what we will eat etc. in all aspects so I felt prepared; 3)in mountains we can never predict the weather percisely and I liked that organisers were open minded to change something in our scedual so we don't miss the most beautiful sights. 4) One thing I did not prepare myself was that the hiking in mountains was actually hard for me ( and I'm trained :), so be prepared physically. Another thing I did not prepare myself was generosity of Georgian people and a LOT of tasty food there. 🙃”
— Madara, LV