Guria is located in the western part of Georgia, bordered by the eastern end of the Black Sea, Famous for its polyphonic music and humorous people, Guria, a region rich in cultural traditions and natural beauty, offers a splendid chance for tourists to experience the road less traveled.
Mountain forests of Guria provide a good habitat for bears, wolves, deer, martens, and bobcats, as well as other animals. Some of the most common birds are cuckoos, hoopoe, hawks, falcon, and woodcock, while pheasants can be found in the swampy forests of western Guria. Rivers are home to many different types of fish including lamprey, sheatfish, perch, trout, and gudgeon.
Guria & Samegrelo , located in western part of the country are the coastal regions of Black Sea. Ancient territory of Kingdom of Colchis is Rich in cultural traditions and untouched natural beauty. Both regions have its unique and charming identity. Cultivation of citrus groves and tea plantations is highly developed in those regions, thanks to its favorable subtropical climate.
Guria is famous for its music and polyphonic singing; while in Samegrelo’s highlight is its cuisine, one of the delicious in Georgia, with its spicy foods.