Tusheti and Khevsureti
These are the two hardest-to-reach and practically undeveloped regions in the highest highlands of Georgia.
This is where military defense towers of pre-Christian times remained intact, as well as villages with old traditions. Both regions are literally cut off from the world – the road there is open from July to September. For the rest of the year (which is approximately 8 months a year) Tusheti and Khevsureti are completely isolated from the rest of the country.
Tusheti and Khevsureti are fantastically picturesque and are unaffected by crowds of tourists. Just a few people take walking tours through these regions and only two companies offer them on the Russian market – and we are among them.