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Trekking tour in Svaneti, Georgia

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Join this trekking tour in Becho, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and experience the region's stunning mountain scenery, medieval villages, and tower houses. Get ready to explore the Becho valley on this intermediate-level trip, led by experienced, certified guide Toba.



5 Days





* Be amazed by the incredible mountains of Becho valley

* Delve into the past and explore medieval villages and tower houses

* Indulge in delicious Georgian food


A trekking tour in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed village of Becho in Svaneti is a great way to experience the region's stunning mountain scenery, medieval villages, and tower houses. The Becho valley is home to a variety of alpine meadows, forests, and waterfalls, offering ample opportunities for hiking, camping, and wildlife watching.

This intermediate-level trip is perfect for travelers with minimal experience, as the longest trek is only 15 kilometers. We will meet you in Tbilisi or Kutaisi and transfer you to Becho, where you will stay in a comfortable guesthouse.

Becho is a small village in the Svaneti region of Georgia, located in the Becho valley. The village is known for its well-preserved medieval tower houses, which were built by the Svan people centuries ago to protect themselves from invaders. Becho is also home to a variety of beautiful hiking trails, which offer stunning views of the surrounding mountains, alpine meadows, and forests.

Your trekking tour in Becho will be led by experienced guides who are familiar with the local terrain and culture. You will be staying in comfortable guesthouses and eating delicious Georgian food. The hikes will be challenging but rewarding, and you will have the opportunity to see some of the most beautiful scenery in Georgia.

To book your trekking tour in Becho, simply contact us, and we'll take care of all the details, so you can solely focus on enjoying this incredible journey!

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Breakfast

- Lunch

- Dinner

- Transportation start and back

- Transport during the trip

- Luggage transfer

- Mountain guide expenses

Price details

price of guesthouse

Equipment you will need to bring

For this trip you will need: * Sunglasses * Backpack * Water bottle * Boots * Raincoats * Sunhut


How many days does this trip last?

This is a 5-day trip.

What gear do I need to bring?

For this trip, you will need to bring:

  • Sunglasses
  • Backpack
  • Water bottle
  • Boots
  • Raincoats
  • Sunhut

Where will we meet at the start of this trip?

We will meet you in Tbilisi or Kutaisi, whichever is more convenient for you.

What is included in the price?

The following items are included in the price:

  • Guiding fee
  • All meals during the trip
  • Transport to the start of your trip
  • Transport during the trip
  • Group equipment
  • Camping equipment
  • Mountain guide's expenses
  • Luggage transfer during the trip

What skill level do I need to embark on this trip?

No prior trekking experience required. The trek is intermediate-level, so it is suitable for travelers with some experience, but it is not necessary.

How can I prepare physically for this trip and how long in advance?

You can start training at least 6 weeks in advance. This will give your body time to adjust to the increased physical demands of trekking.

Include a variety of exercises in your training routine, such as walking, running, swimming, and biking. This will help to strengthen your cardiovascular system and muscles.

Will I be able to rent equipment on-site?

Equipment rental will be available at the start of the trek.

About the guide

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Tour Operator

My name is Kakha Oghadze and I am the founder of Toba Travel.

Since 1998, I have spent all my leisure time travelling all across Georgia, including regions such as Abkhazia and Samachablo. In 2004, along with my friends, I created a popular Georgian Hiking Forum and was actively involved in different tourist events organized by the forum.

A couple of years later, in 2007, I started leading expeditions in Upper Svaneti and other areas in Georgia and then, in 2010, I finally established "Toba Travel" together with my good friend Johnny Kapanadze.



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What people are saying about Toba



We ended up in a storm on our first night in the mountains. Our tents broke and all of our stuff got soaked. Luckily, the van that had droped us of at the starting point, was still there to bring us to a safe hut. Instead of staying the night in that hut, Kacha and the driver thought is was better to drive all the way back down. This meant a more than two hour long trip, on a steap (up to 24%) and unsteady road in the dark and rain. The winds where so strong, some trees had fallen over the road and we got stuck halfway down. We had to spend over 17 hours packed together very unconfortably in the van, our clothes soaked and cold, since it was like 7 degrees Celcius outside. After being brougth safely to a guesthouse the next day, we hear we can't complete the trip we wanted to do, AND we have to pay up extra because we would be sleeping in guesthouses instead of tents (which were broken). Bottom line, the Tobavarchkhili lakes-tour is usually not done in July because of bad weather conditions. Our guide and Explore-Share did took the risk of taking us there anyway. And when it all went wrong, Explore-Share claimed they have nothing to do with it "because they were not there". So, we are disapointed by their lack of responsibility. I think Explore-Share is a great organisation if things go according to plan, but don't count on them when something goes wrong.

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