Adjara is bordered to the south, Turkey, north of Guria, Samtskhe-Javakheti to the north-east, and to the west and northwest to the Black Sea. Because of the moderate humid subtropical climate in the region, Adjara is always appealing to tourists at any time of the year. Administrative units : Batumi, keda, Khelvachauri, khulo, Kobuleti, Shuaxevi. Seaside resorts : Batumi, Ureki, Grigoleti, Kobuleti, Mtsvane Kontskhi, Chakvi, Gonio, Kvariati, Sarpi.
Is situated in Tsikhisdziri, 7 km far from Kobuleti. The fortress used to be historical town of Egrisi Kingdom. It was considered as undefeatable fortress. Its acropolis was situated on a cliff hill along the shore. Its landside was protected with strong fence as rocky relief (the relief originated its Greek name "Petra" – rock, stone).
Is a historic fortress located in the northern part of historical Chaneti, which is currently in the Autonomous Republic of Adjara. The fort is built on the left side of the Chorokhi confluence.
Ali and Nino Monument
is the figure of a woman and a man. They stretch each other, and they are very originally and beautifully moving for 8-10 minutes. Finally, they seem to blink each other as if they were one whole sculpture. According to the source, one of the famous novels "Ali and Nino" is a sculpture of the sculptor Muse Kurban Said (a Georgian girl Nino and Muslim son in love is described in love). The author of the sculpture is Tamar Kvesitadze, a worker in the United States.
Dolphinarium in Georgia, Batumi Opened in 1975. It was the first demonstration dolphinarium on the territory of the former Soviet Union and the world's largest dolphinarium. In the early 1990s, the object stopped functioning due to the difficult political and economic situation in the country. After 20 years of pause, it was opened on May 6, 2011.The dolphinarium amphitheater consists of 4 sectors and is designed for 795 spectators.
Batumi Botanical Garden
is located in Batumi, on Green Cape, on the Black Sea coast, cultivated at 111 hectares. 9 km north from Batumi. The Botanical Garden was founded by Kharkiv University Professor Andrey Krasnov.
Kintrishi National Park
are located on the territory of Adjara, 320-340 km from Tbilisi, on the Western slopes of Adjara-Imereti mountain range, in the gorge of river Kintrishi and in the vicinity of the town of Kobuleti. Kintrishi sanctuary was founded in 1959. The fauna of protected territories is rich with birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, et al. From predators there are such species as bear, wolf, lynx, fox, small eagle, hawk, falcon, horned owl, scops owl, owl, etc..
Mtirala National Park
is situated in western Lesser Caucasus and covers 15,698 hectares. Located between Black Sea and Adjara Mountain Range Mt. Mtirala is one of the most humid areas in Georgia with average precipitation of 1,200 - 2,000 mm (sometimes exceeding 4 000 mm). Rich with chestnut and beech woods Mtirala was established to preserve Colchic type of forests outstanding with its sub-forests: cherry laurel shrubs, Colcic box trees and variety of lianas. Mtirala is home oto Roe deer, Wild boar and Brown bear. Booted eagle, Eagle owl and Golden oriole could be found from avifauna in the park. Mtirala's amphibian world is really diversified. Caucasian salamander, Caucasian toad, Eurasian mash frog and Caucasian viper inhabit the park.