Sataplia Nature Reserve is located 10 km from town of Kutaisi in Imereti region of Georgia. It comprises karst cave with exotic stalactites and stalagmites as well as relic Colchian forest, and geological and archaeological sites. The name Sataplia can be freely translated from Georgian as a «honey place» and in fact bees used to live in small holes and caves and local population harvested honey.
The Park’s visitors center is located in village lower Alvani, Akhmeta Municipality at the slopes of extinct volcano — Mount Sataplia. Apart from the visitors center the Park has the following facilities to accommodate tourists: a coffee house in the middle of the park, a small museum, a small park with dinosaur models and glass observation deck built above the cliff. Furthermore, the main karst cave was equipped with lighting effects and a secure footpath.
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