On the photo: Camping at Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park
Kazbegi Region & Stepantsminda- Zeta camp, Village Juta (Private Campsite)
Zeta Camp is located in the village Juta in the Kazbegi municipality, its 2,300 meters above sea. It’s one of the few campsites that is truly comfortable. It has a small cottage with electricity, hot water, and an area for tents. The site also offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You can get there by taking a minibus to Juta from Stepantsminda, then walking approximately 900 meters to the campsite.- Anywhere higher up towards Chaukhi Massif,
which offers beautiful scenery-
There is also another private campsite
, in approximately 1 hour walk from Zeta, it costs around 5 GEL per tent- Camp at Kuro
in Stepantsminda (Davit Aghmashenebeli Street)
Private campsite with, nice owners and stuff, a campfire where you can just sit and chill and watch the mountains, shower, hot water, low prices. - Rooms Hotel Yard
The best hotel in the region, actually one of the highlights offers its comfortable yard for campers, the price will include WC and showers. Here you can enjoy Rooms Hotel Restaurant, veranda and library. - Alpine Camp Gveleti
(private campsite with some facilities) & area around Gveleti Waterfalls- Khde Gorge
- Have you ever been woken very early in the morning and seen how the waves of fog appear to engulf a sleepy hollow? — Definitely you should. Wild and untouched nature, craziest river, stunningly beautiful view to Mt.Kazbeg, the whole Stepatsminda and surrounding mountains from a very different angle, from the cliff where mountain goats stand where anyone afraid of heights is strictly forbidden to pass. The only suggestion is to be well prepared when you travel into as wild areas as the Khde gorge is, you should know exactly what you are getting yourself into and take the highest precautions.- In General, around Stepantsminda
, is great camping area in Kazbegi municipality. The town is overlooked by vast mountains on all sides.Khevsureti Region - Aragvi Adventure Center
– Private campsite offers comfortable camping area next to Aragvi River, comfortavle cottages, shower, toilets, food, rafting
and other activities - Village Roshka
- has some guesthouses and vast free camping area, is base to Abudelauri Lakes.- Abudelauri Lakes
- 2 hours walk from Roshka - alpine lakes with beautiful mountain views- Around village Shatili
- Between Shatili and Mutso
- Village Ardoti
See more info on Khevsureti Region
Tusheti is one of the most charming regions in Georgia. It’s one of the greenest areas of the country and it has medieval towers! Situated on the northern hills of the Greater Caucasus Mountains, the area is bordered by Chechnya and Dagestan on one side and Kakheti and Khevsureti on the other. Here, you can witness some of the most beautiful natural landscapes of the country, mostly untouched and undeveloped. If you are looking for wilderness and gorgeous views combined with medieval atmosphere, then Tusheti should be on your list.
- Oreti Lake above Omalo
- Village Omalo
- Village Bochorna
- At 2,345 meters (7,693 ft) above the sea level, Bochorna
is one of the highest inhabited areas in Georgia. The area offers a breathtaking view over the Caucasus Mountains.
- Village Dartlo
- Village Girevi
- Kvakhidi - Campsite towards Atsunta Pass
Kakheti Region & National Parks
Kakheti region is famous for its wine production and churches but it’s also a home of 2 national parks.
In General all National Parks and protected areas of Georgia offer prepared campsites (also some cottages) and spectacular sceneries. The price for camping is small and everywhere you can rent tents and camping equipment as well as horses and guides on spot in administrative centers. In Kakheti we recommend:
- Vashlovani Nature Reserve
- Lagodekhi Managed Reserve
Shida & Kvemo Kartli Regions
- Bateti Lake
Kareli municipality is home to one of the most beautiful lakes in Georgia called Bateti. Even though the lake is quite small, the surrounding forest creates a gorgeous landscape for camping. The area is accessible by car and is a three-hour drive from Tbilisi. The best time to visit the lake is in autumn when the leaves change into autumn colors.
- Birtvisi Canyon
Birtvisi is a ruined medieval fortress in Kvemo Kartli, Georgia, nested within limestone cliffs in the Algeti river gorge, adjacent to the Algeti National Park, south-west of the capital Tbilisi.
Birtvisi is essentially a natural rocky fortress of 1 km², secured by walls and towers, the most prominent of which – known as Sheupovari ("Obstinate") – tops the tallest rock in the area. Various accessory structures, an aqueduct included, have also survived.
In medieval Georgia, Birtvisi had a reputation of a stronghold whose master could control the entire strategic Algeti gorge.
It is excellent hiking and camping destination due to its beautiful nature – dense deciduous forest settled among tall rocky cliffs and canyons. It is popular destination among locals and travelers.
It’s approximately 1 hour drive (60km) away from Tbilisi and requires 1.5 hour trekking to reach the campsite destination.
- Nunisi & Borjom-Kharagauli National Park
You might have camped everywhere — mountain tops, with a views to summits, at alpine lakes, but there is a place where you will go back again and again. Located in Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park, camping spot near resort Nunisi can be the best place for relaxation, to enjoy all the sounds of nature. Right in the middle of the forest there is very small flat beautiful field which can hold up to 5 tents, water streams both sides, tasty mountain spring as a rule, fireplace, pine forest, flowers.
- Kakhisi Lake
Summer settlement of small cute wooden houses, the land of pine forests and beautiful panoramas — Dabadzveli village and Kakhisi Lake near the village with many perfect spots for camping around it, one side — wider green field, another perfect for swimming in its cold water where as a legend says Russian women used to rest during soviet times when cable cars, currently abandoned, worked, another with darker forest and abundant bushes of berries, spots of barbecue where locals love to make fire and drink vodka in cold Borjomi nights, what else you may dream of?
- Paravani Lake
Paravani Lake is a volcanic lake situated 2,073 meters (6,801 ft) above sea level and is one of the biggest in Georgia. The lake freezes during the winter months, making the area even more spectacular than in summertime.
Racha - Lechkhumi Region
- Lake Udziro
One of best camping spots is in the region of Racha, at the shore of lake Udziro. Its a small field, with cold tasty mountain spring at the elevation of 2800 meters and with Katitsvera summit behind it. But you will want to set up tent exit to the side of majestic Caucasus mountains. In the morning from your tent you have wonderful views to the summits of 4–5 thousand meters — Tetnuldi, Shkhara and Ushba which are reflected in the lake.
- Around Shaori reservoir
- Shovi resort
- Khvamli Mountain
Khvamli, also known as Khomli, is located in Lechkhumi. According to the old, ancient sources, Khvamli — is considered as the mystic place of trip of the legendary Greek heroes, Argonauts and the Heracles.
Campsite is at the top of mountain, at the border of forest and alpine zone, 15 min walk from unbelievable views to west Georgia lowlands and Caucasus mountain range perfectly visible in a clear morning sky.
- Gomi Mountain
Gomis Mta, or Gomi Mountain, is a summer resort in the Ozurgeti municipality, western Georgia. Located on the northern slopes of Meskheti ridge, the area rises 2,100-2,755 meters (6,889-9,038 ft) above sea level. Summer months here are moderately cool, while winter is cold with heavy snow. The place is surrounded by coniferous forests of spruce and fir, creating an absolutely marvelous view above the clouds
The whole black sea coast is open for camping, there are no restrictions, you can set up your tent right in the middle of Batumi seaside. We especially recoomend to check
- Mtsvane Kontskhi
- Mtirala National Park
- Mtsvane Tba (Green Lake in Upper Ajara)
Samegrelo & Upper Svaneti Regions
- Near Becho Valley, Ushba waterfalls
- Around mestia – Challaadi Glacier
- Near Ushguli – at the foothills of Shkhara Moutnain
- Tobavarchkhili Lakes
The Tobavarchkhili Lakes are often called “Toba” by locals and are in the Samegrelo region. They are also referred to as the “silver lakes” by locals. The hike toward the lakes is quite intense and dangerous, and some parts require a guide. You need at least three days to reach them.