Javakheti Protected Areas Administration

/ Established in 2011 /

Director: Tamaz Karapetian
Tel: 577 640 482
E-mailtkarapetiani@apa.gov.ge
Facebook: Javakheti Protected Areas Administration
Address: 93 Nalbandian St., Akhalkalaki

Javakheti Protected Areas was established in 2011. It includes Javakheti National Park, Kartsakhi Managed Reserve, Sulda Managed Reserve, Khanchali Managed Reserve, Bugdasheni Managed Reserve and Madatapa Managed Reserve.

Javakheti Protected Areas include Municipalities of Akhalqalaqi and Ninotsminda. There are lots of lakes on Javakheti Plateau, including the biggest one – Lake Paravani. The highest point of Javakheti is Mount Great Abuli, with a height of 3,300 meters above sea level. Javakheti upland is the coldest places among settlements. It is characterized by dry continental climate, while the average annual temperature is quite low. In winter Javakheti lakes freeze for a long time

Javakheti is woodless region. There are artificial plantation of pine stands and small fragments on natural forest. The most important natural alpine forest composed with white birch, Caucasian mountain-ash, cotoneaster, raspberry bushes are found near Lake Kartsakhi parts on border of Georgia-Turkey. 


How to get to the protected area

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