22 Peritsvaleba str., 0103, Tbilisi
Batumi Botanical Garden
Botanical garden is located 9 km from Batumi. The garden occupies 111 hectares of hilly land, composed partially of red soils. Garden consists of the following floristic sections: Transcaucasian humid subtopic, New Zealand, Australian, Himalayan, East Asian, North American, South American, Mexican, and Mediterranean.
Gonio Aphsaros Fortress is located 12 km south to Batumi, on the left bank of River Chorokhi, on the place where Colchian Bronze culture and first Georgian statehood found its birthplace. Its history is closely connected to the Myth of the Argonauts.
Batumi Archeological Museum was opened in 1994. Museum is rich in pichvnari, the exhibits of the ancient city “naqalaqari” (dated V c. B.C.), the archeological exhibits of Colkhian (V-IV c. B.C.), Greek and Hellenistic epochs.
The most important item is golden treasure discovered on the area of Gonio, (dated I-II c.A.D.), that consists of unique jewelry models.
Mtirala National Park
Mtirala National Park is situated on Kobuleti-Chakvi hill at far western part of Adjara-Imereti Range of minor Caucasian mountains. The area has the highest level of humidity in Georgia. It is a model for protected area in Georgia combining conservation with mountain tourism and ecotourism.