Georgia is home to over 30 National Parks and Nature Reserves, many of them offering a range of trails for unforgettable horseback riding adventures and trekking in pristine natural settings. These trails provide the opportunity to observe rare animal species, birds, and unique plant life, showcasing Georgia’s rich natural diversity.

While highland trails in the Greater Caucasus Mountains are indeed spectacular, we have a few other personal favorites. These include the semi-desert landscapes of Chachuna Nature Reserve and Vashlovani National Park, our “Wild Wild East.” Additionally, the Black Rock Lake trail in Lagodekhi Nature Reserve and the routes in Borjom-Kharagauli National Park, one of the largest parks spanning over 100,000 hectares, offer exceptional riding experiences.

Whether you prefer a one-day excursion or a multi-day expedition, you can immerse yourself in Georgia’s untamed wilderness and its rich natural heritage. To make your adventure even more fulfilling, consider adding pre and post-tours that delve into the unique culture, history, and gastronomy of the country.