Birtvisi

Birtvisi Canyon & Seila

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Embark on an exhilarating journey with our latest short film, "The Winner Takes It All," showcasing the breathtaking beauty of Birtvisi and our mastery of the art of Georgian khinkali consumption. Join us as we effortlessly blend easy hiking, engaging conversation, and a delightful tutorial on the proper way to enjoy this iconic Georgian dish. Grab your virtual hiking boots and get ready for an adventure like no other!Nestled in the heart of Georgia, Birtvisi offers a picturesque landscape that…


Easter Picnic at Birtvisi Canyon

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On Sunday, April 9, Easter 2023 was celebrated, and this year we decided to spend it in Tbilisi and Birtvisi canyon. Our day started early in the morning as we prepared for the festivities by experimenting with a new dough and making a Jewish-style pie with eggs (inspired by a similar dish we had tried in Israel), coloring eggs, and baking cinnamon rolls. To make the day even more special, we invited our friends - a Greek-Latvian family - to join us for an Easter picnic at Birtvisi canyon. It…


Jiu-Jitsu, Easter, Birtvisi

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This past weekend was an unforgettable one, full of excitement and adventure. We were privileged to spend it with Coach Giorgi and experience the amazing world of Jiu-Jitsu. Along with this incredible martial art, we also got to partake in some Easter festivities such as egg coloring, food experiments, and an unforgettable picnic at Birtvisi Canyon. Jiu-Jitsu is a unique form of martial arts that originated in Japan and has since spread all over the world. It is a discipline that teaches…


Mountain Biking At Birtvisi Canyon

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Mountain biking at Birtvisi canyon / or after a long pause I took some drone footage again. Also, now I know the shortcut on how to get here in some 30-40 minutes from Tbilisi (via Amlevi). December 5, 2021


Husky moto park in Tbilisi, Manglisi, and Birtvisi Canyon

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A day in our lives - Husky moto park in Tbilisi, Manglisi, and Birtvisi Canyon in Georgia - failed attempt to press the record button with an active track filming motorbike in action was fully compensated with my free run and hide from a drone in Birtvisi. Filmed April 17, 2021 DJI Mavic Air 2, Adobe Premiere Pro Music by Scott Holmes: Hotshot and Stomps & Claps


Birtvisi Canyon in Georgia

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Birtvisi canyon is located in the Tetri-Tskaro district in Kvemo Kartli  region about an hour drive from Tbilisi. Canyon is ideally suited for those loving hiking (see: Hiking In Birtvisi Canyon (Hidden Trails Of Georgia)) and outdoor activities. There are many smaller and larger gorges, rocks and of course amazing nature. Also, the Birtvisi fortress is located here (which I still haven't found after some 4 years of inactive searches). The canyon is managed by Georgian Agency of Protected…


16 Places To Visit In Georgia And Tbilisi

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More than 10 years ago I first landed at the Tbilisi airport and for the first time took a step on Georgian land.  That happened on April 1st, 2011 - I like this data - it's known Worldwide as a Fool's day.  With this article, originally I was celebrating my fourth year living in Georgia. But now, the article has grown into one of the most popular articles about travel destinations in Georgia.  In this list, I have listed 16 must-see / must-do places while in Georgia that I have personally…


Algeti Reservoir

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The other day during a hiking tour at Birtvisi Canyon we discovered another interesting tourism object in Georgia- Algeti reservoir. I couldn't resist making some photos here (see below).  I didn't find much information about this reservoir in English language resources, but I found one in Russian Wikipedia, so I will try to translate it here: Algeti reservoir is a reservoir on the river of Algeti, located in the territory of Georgia in Tetri Ttskaro district, near the village of Tbeti. The…


Hiking In Birtvisi Canyon (Hidden Trails Of Georgia)

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The other day in the company of three we headed to Birtvisi Canyon for some hiking experience. It all started reading some info of a non-standard close to Tbilisi located destinations. And Birtvisi just popped up on this list. Turns out - there is a Birtvisi Fortress located somewhere in the middle of these canyons. I had never before heard of such place and was pretty much surprised learning that it's located just some one-hour drive from Tbilisi, in the region of Kvemo Kartli (Lower Kartli…