About Sights – Okatse Canyon

Construction of a new tourist attraction at Okatse Canyon (Georgian: ოკაცეს კანიონი) in Imereti region in Georgia started this month.

A 1km long walkway suspended along the edge of the canyon will enable visitors to explore this natural wonder and its beautiful waterfalls.

The facilities will include a visitor center, exhibition hall, a café, and an eco-education amphitheater.

The walkway will provide stunning views of the canyon and surrounding countryside.

Add this to your list of sights to see in Georgia!

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13 Responses to “About Sights – Okatse Canyon”
  1. tbnranch says:

    Oh my, how beautiful! However, to a gal who has this crazy weird fear of bridges I find this the scariest thing EVER! ha ha! Great post. 🙂

  2. Chancy and Mumsy says:

    I bet the sights are amazing from up there but I would be scared half to death. I do not do well with high places. The second, third and fourth pictures are gorgeous. The scenery is amazing. Hugs

  3. I would LOVE to be on that walkway. Georgia has amazing architects and designers! And engineers! And bloggers! 😉

  4. that is amazing!!! 🙂

  5. eripanwkevin says:

    Wow…this walkway is amazing!!!! Yes the view from the walkway mush be stunning! It’s like as if it was one of the attractions in the amusement park! 🙂

  6. Shary Hover says:

    That looks incredible. I’m not sure if I’d be able to spend much time on those walkways, but I’d love to try.

  7. Jodi Stone says:

    What a beautiful area, I wouldn’t like walking that high up though!

  8. 2browndawgs says:

    Not sure about walking over any thing that high up…lol. I got queasy looking over Niagara Falls.

  9. DAve says:

    Hi, were there in September 2014. The walk is spetectular BUT it is not as it is shown on the planning picutres. It is worth going there. The visitor center did not work, it was hard to find the walk at all. Nearby the walk were some taxidriver who brought us back in the heat to the village and to the car. There was a print out at the beginn of the walk “do not go the walk due to checking work of the construction”. There was no date so we did not know if the “warning” still had to be considered. We went anyhow. We were the only tourists at all.(there was another group of locals). So, if you are staying in Tskaltubo for Prometheus cave its worth going to this canyon hike!

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