5-Day Horse Riding Tour in Tusheti - Khevsureti
June to September
2018 USD
5-Day Horse Riding Tour in Tusheti - Khevsureti
June to September
2018 USD

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Explore Tusheti and Khevsureti on Horseback

Tour Details:

  • Route Difficulty: Medium
  • Trail Length: 85 km
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Includes: Transportation, Guide, Accommodation, meals, horses
  • Exclusions: Hotel in Tbilisi
  • Optimal Time: June 20–September 30
  • Suitable for: Medium-level riders

Tour Highlights:

Day 1: The Journey Commences from Tbilisi to Shenako

  • Departure from Tbilisi and transfer to Shenako village
  • Acquaintance with horses and initial orientation
  • Overnight stay in Shenako

Day 2: Shenako to Pirikiti Gorge Exploration

  • Ascend Sanare Pass (2500) amidst serene forest trails
  • Traverse Pirikiti Gorge, exploring historic Tusheti villages
  • A night's rest in a comfortable guesthouse

Day 3: Thrilling Valley Venture and High Altitude Camping

  • Venture into the valley, with river crossings on horseback
  • Reach a high-altitude campsite at 2800 meters
  • Immerse in the mountainous terrain with limited mobile service

Day 4: Atsunta Pass Adventure to Khevsureti Valley

  • Ascend Atsunta Pass (3500), a remarkable feat on horseback
  • Follow the ridge and descend into the picturesque Khevsureti valley
  • Settle in for the night at a guesthouse in Khevsureti

Day 5: Farewell to Horses and Return to Tbilisi

  • Bid adieu to the equine companions
  • Journey back to Tbilisi via Shatili
  • The culmination of an extraordinary 5-day horseback riding odyssey


  • Ideal for beginners and physically prepared mountain hikers

Pricing for the Horseback Riding Tour:

  • 3415 GEL per person (Full package for 4 persons)
  • 4080 GEL per person (Full package for 3 persons)
  • 5045 GEL per person (Full package for 2 persons)

Embark on this scenic 5-day Tusheti and Khevsureti horseback adventure—book your journey today!

Lasha Gagoidze / Guide

Local horse-riding guide. 11 years of experience in equestrian tourism. He has traveled the 1000-kilometer transcaucasian route along the Caucasus from Kakheti to Svaneti and knows well all the regions of Georgia.
​​​​English level is C1.

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