Strict Nature Reserve Info

There are 14 Strict nature Reserves in Georgia with a total area of 140.672 thousand ha. The first Strict Nature Reserve was established in 1912 in Lagodekhi district. It is allowed to enter the protected area of such category only for educational purpose and for conducting non-manipulative scientific research.

Strict Nature Reserves are established in order to maintain nature, natural processes and genetic resources in a dynamic and pristine condition, and to conduct scientific research and studies, with a minor impact, for educational and environmental monitoring purposes. For declaring a Strict Nature Reserve such territory and/or aquatory shall be selected, that will ensure maintenance of natural objects and processes without special care and restoration.  

Strict Nature Reserves: AYAMJP