About Sights – Prometheus Cave

Discovered in Imereti region in 1984, Prometheus Cave is one of Georgia’s natural wonders providing visitors with breathtaking examples of stalactites, stalagmites, curtains, petrified waterfalls, cave pearls, underground rivers, and lakes.

Khvamli Mountain is visible from Prometheus Cave and is the place where legend says that Prometheus was chained.

The 1060 meter walking route through the cave was upgraded in the summer of 2012 and visitors can also enjoy a 280 meter boat tour on an underground river.

How to get there? By bus/train from Tbilisi to Kutaisi, take mini bus from bus station next to Kutaisi Macdonald’s restaurant to Tskaltubo (წყალტუბო). At Tskaltubo bus terminal/market take taxi to the cave.

How much does it cost? A standard tour is 6 Lari and a boat tour 7 Lari. Georgians should show their I.D. cards to obtain a discount. Check opening times before going (usually closed Mondays).

GEORGIA ABOUT recommends a visit to the beautiful Prometheus Cave!

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11 Responses to “About Sights – Prometheus Cave”
  1. Whoa, breathtaking! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Jodi Stone says:

    It’s beautiful! Thanks for sharing. I’m claustrophobic so there is NO WAY I would go in there. :-(

  3. Absolutely beautiful!!!!! Wow!!!

  4. 2browndawgs says:

    Very cool. I love caves.

  5. Thomas Wier says:

    By the way, I think you mean Tsqaltubo (წყალტუბო), the spa resort town, not Tskhatubo. I don’t think there is any Tskhatubo…

  6. Nano Kazimova says:

    So amazing..:)I was there… I really enjoyed

  7. Loukia says:

    loved it,amazing place

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