Georgia’s progress in improving the business climate has been well documented in a number of international indices, including the World Bank’s Doing Business in 2007 survey, which hailed Georgia as the world’s number one reformer.
Irakli Gagua Research Fellow
Aching to get out into Georgia’s beautiful countryside? As one of UNESCO’s only listed natural monuments in Georgia, do yourself a favor and get in on the autumn colors at Lagodekhi Nature Reserve.
Due to its position blocked off by mountains on three sides, Lagodekhi Nature Reserve opens out towards the Caspian Sea, bringing a semi subtropical climate in the region and a variety of unique flora and fauna. With centuries-old virgin forests of hornbeam and oriental beech, birch and maple trees and thousand-year old yew trees, Lagodekhi is a wonder to behold and any visitor would be lucky to partake in the variety of eco-friendly activities available.