- Encounters with locals
- Nature Reserve / Wildlife Observation / Safari
- Hiking / Trekking
- Place or Religious Monument
- Castle and fortress
- Place or Historical Monument
- Sustainable Tourism
- Off the beaten track
Those who dream of crossing the Gobi desert or getting lost in the Cordillera Real will not regret a trip to Tusheti. Dreamily mountainous, high up, remote, with no electricity or running water outside Omalo, the region is a fountain of excitement.
With its steep and arid slopes, its livestock agriculture everywhere you go, the pagan culture of its proud herdsmen who have a centuries-long identity, it is a great place to rediscover the true value of things: life with nature, solidarity, hospitality, physical exertion, beauty in its natural state.
You will already need a whole day to reach Omalo beyond the mythical Abano Pass, and to then pass onto the northern side of the Greater Caucasus. Then, either on foot or on horseback, you will take a further day to reach the heart of the other valleys: Pirikiti, Gométsari or Zovata. Finally, you will be able to walk among mountain pastures or reach the highest passes and peaks with an extra day... To put it plainly, Tusheti will bring you superbly to a concept of time where there are no modern inventions which have stigmatised it for decades.