Sataplia Nature Reserve

Sataplia Nature Reserve is located in the Imereti region of Georgia, about 6 km from the city of Kutaisi. The reserve covers an area of 354 hectares and is home to a diverse array of flora and fauna, including rare and endangered species.

The main attraction of Sataplia is the Sataplia Cave, which is about 900 meters long and contains stunning rock formations and underground waterfalls. The cave is also home to various bat species.

The Glass Bridge is a major attraction in Sataplia Nature Reserve, offering visitors stunning views of the natural surroundings from a height of 140 meters (459 feet). The bridge is made entirely of glass, giving the impression of walking on air. It is a thrilling experience for adventure seekers and nature lovers alike.

In addition to the cave, visitors can explore the Dinosaur Footprints Trail, which features preserved dinosaur footprints dating back millions of years. The trail also offers scenic views of the surrounding mountains and forests.

Sataplia Nature Reserve is also home to the Sataplia Museum of Natural History, which houses exhibits on the local geology, flora, and fauna.

The reserve is easily accessible by car or public transportation, and visitors can enjoy hiking, camping, and picnicking in the beautiful natural surroundings.

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