The 9 Best Things to Do in Kobuleti, Georgia

March 3, 2018 Jeremy Dunfee

Kobuleti (Georgian: ქობულეთი [kʰɔbulɛtʰi]) is a town in Adjara, western Georgia, situated on the eastern coast of the Black Sea. It is the seat of Kobuleti Municipality and a seaside resort, visited annually by Georgians and many former Soviet Union residents. It is especially popular with Armenian tourists.
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1. Mtirala National Park

Kobuleti Municipality, Village Chaqvistavi, Kobuleti, Georgia +995 577 90 72 72
Excellent
78%
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4.5 based on 73 reviews

Mtirala National Park

Reviewed By Yoram S - Tel Aviv, Israel

We take a tour by bus from the hotle to the park it cost 40$ for person Including a trip in the Mountains where the beautiful green forest all the way a lot of water and very beautiful waterfall waterfall nice Trip attraction is in natural accommodation The food was great and in the end was a dance show of thr Georgian children with traditional clothing . If you are planning a trip to Batumi, than dont miss this the Park which is not very far away from the city. You can do a day trip or if you want to enjoy the nature .we have seen tourist that take taxi to the park they paid 20$ for person but not included the hospitality and a traditional meal. .

2. Amusement Park Tsitsinatela

Kobuleti, Georgia
Excellent
66%
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4.5 based on 50 reviews

Amusement Park Tsitsinatela

Reviewed By Alisa A - Yerevan, Armenia

Amusement park "Firefly" is located in Guria Ozurgeti municipality, It is a park of 36 amusement rides for all ages, including 8 attractions for children, 17 family and 11 extreme attractions. There are pizzeria, coffee house, bar and several trade boothes in the territory of the park. If you are travelling to Ureki, Shekvetili or Kobuleti you must spend one evening with Firefly, which operates from 18.00 pm to 03.00 am..

3. Petra Fortress

Kobuleti, Georgia +995 422 22 56 03
Excellent
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4.5 based on 35 reviews

Petra Fortress

Reviewed By Mariam K - Tbilisi, Dushet'is Raioni, Georgia

The ruins are quite well-preserved, there are a few information plaques. The view from the top is breathtaking.
I visited it alone, in the early morning and it was really peaceful and beautiful.
Note: Petra fortress is actually located in Tsikhisdziri, a small village near Kobuleti. From Kobuleti you can reach it in about 15 minutes (?) by car.

4. Kobuleti Beach

Kobuleti, Georgia
Excellent
35%
Good
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Satisfactory
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Poor
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4 based on 95 reviews

Kobuleti Beach

Reviewed By probnoblem - Tbilisi, Georgia

endlessly long, very dirty, poor, under social, noisy, you would not bring a special guest there. It is good though for budget tourism. In some part there are trees on the beach which is good.

5. Batumi Botanical Gardens

Mtsvane Kontskhi (Green Cape), Batumi, Georgia +995 422 27 00 33
Excellent
71%
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Satisfactory
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4.5 based on 1 reviews

Batumi Botanical Gardens

The lower, upper and seaside parks are located on the main route of the garden. Currently, the garden consists of nine floristic sectors, those of Caucasian humid subtropics, East Asia, New Zealand, South America, the Himalayas, Mexico, Australia, and of the Mediterranean. The garden collection comprises 2.037 Taxonomic units of ligneous plants, including 104 of Caucasian origin. The rests are the representatives of the other phytogeographic flora.

Reviewed By amermahmoud - Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Batumi Botanical Gardens is good place to visit it because this place has many trees , plants and flowers . Anyone can visit it with his friends or family with children , it is very big garden and it is near the black sea . I think you must visit it in the morning to see every thing .

6. National Park Kintrishi

Kobuleti, Georgia
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5 based on 14 reviews

National Park Kintrishi

Reviewed By Adventureingeorgia - Tbilisi, Georgia

are located on the territory of Adjara, 320-340 km from Tbilisi, on the Western slopes of Adjara-Imereti mountain range, in the gorge of river Kintrishi and in the vicinity of the town of Kobuleti. Kintrishi sanctuary was founded in 1959. The fauna of protected territories is rich with birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, et al. From predators there are such species as bear, wolf, lynx, fox, small eagle, hawk, falcon, horned owl, scops owl, owl, etc..

7. Kobuleti Guide-Excursions

Rustaveli St., 67, Kobuleti 6400, Georgia
Excellent
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5 based on 28 reviews

Kobuleti Guide-Excursions

First tour desk Adjara. sightseeing tours and everything related to tourism and recreational facilities. Our motto is you relax we operate. Choose your holiday in the right direction

Reviewed By koshkin_dom - The Netherlands

Visiting Svaneti, a province with a very reach history, was one of the best experiences we have had in Georgia! I think that was a very bright idea to take a guided tour to Svaneti. Without the tour we could hardly visit so many places...Morethanks for the feedback, come to us again. Georgia is waiting for you always))))

8. Kobuleti Museum

100 Aghmashenebeli Ave, Kobuleti 6400, Georgia +995 426 26 92 54
Excellent
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Good
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4.5 based on 12 reviews

Kobuleti Museum

Reviewed By Kartvelebi - Chicago, Illinois

Worth 15 minutes for sure. Don't skip it. There are only two floors of exhibits. The museum director is a real pro and provided a very nice mini-tour. This museum deserves a few minutes of your attention while in Adjara.

9. Reserve Ispani

Kobuleti 6400, Georgia +995 577 10 18 97
Excellent
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4 based on 5 reviews

Reserve Ispani

Reviewed By Elin T - Europe

It is good to get away from the overcrowded touristy (cheesy) Beaches here. The reserve seems big, but it is a bit difficult to navigate. There should be a map with overview of the small paths, where they go and end.
We walked to the water tower, then the path stopped in some trees and bushes. We walked back and followed another line and this also just ended up to a dead end.
The park is very wet, which it is supposed to be - was perfectly fine to walk with hiking sandals and barefoot. Cows walk around. Saw some birds, lots of frogs. There were signs here and there welcoming visitors and with facts - clearly someone wants people to visit this place, but with no maps over the trails (also checked Google maps and maps.me - none had trails marked even tho we saw many going here and there) it is not so motivating after two dead ends.

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