Dartlo is a remote mountain village in Georgia's Tusheti region (part of the Kakheti administrative region), accessible only by 4x4 vehicles. It's a living museum of traditional Georgian architecture and lifestyle, with defensive towers and ancient buildings still standing. Visitors can hike to nearby villages, explore the mountains, and experience Tushetian hospitality. The area also has significant historical value, with archaeological sites dating back to the Bronze Age.

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