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Ajaria in a view

Ajaria in a view

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Ajara is located on the south-eastern coast of the Black Sea and extends into the wooded foothills and mountains of the lesser Caucasus. Georgian regions of Guria and Samtskhe-Javakheti are located respectively to the north and east of Ajara and Turkey to the south. Most of Ajara’s territory is hilly and mountainous

Ajara is rich with hydro resources including rivers, springs, mineral and ground waters. There are 1564 rivers with length more than 5 km, total length reaching 8600 km
68% of Ajara is covered with forest, most of which particularly on the Meskheti Range (the west facing slopes) are temperate rain forests. Due to the high precipitation levels, broadleaf deciduous forests constitute the main vegetation type

The forests are home to brown bears, wolves, jackals, lynxes, roe deer and other species. The coastal forests, peat-lands and lakes-estuaries are the important stepping stones for the migratory species of waterfowl, passerines and raptors, passing through the eastern Black Sea migration route, many of which are globally threatened
There are 4 protected areas in Ajara, which make up to 15% of its territory

 Kintrishi Nature Reserve
Mtirala National Park
Kobuleti Nature Reserve

 Matchakhela Protected Area

Protected areas have been established to preserve unique ecosystems of temperate rain-forest and coastal wetland/peatlands. Besides nature protection, they serve as a major attraction for tourists