Abkhazia: The country of my soul in recent years, the topic of active tourism, moving to other countries, visiting the most remote corners of the world is gaining more and more momentum.

I myself started traveling at the age of 19. I have never been to the sea or abroad before. After the first trip, I promised myself to travel a lot. For several years I have visited Egypt, the UAE, Italy, Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Kyrgyzstan, Thailand and Abkhazia. But, you know, I would never have thought that Abkhazia would steal my heart from this list.

I don’t know how radically it differs from other countries I have seen, but it takes something.

A country beckoning with its green palm trees, turquoise sea, emotional people, delicious food, wine, national dances…. And that’s not all. Mountains, mountain lakes, turbulent rivers, mineral springs, unique landscapes, alpine villages…

Any tourist can find something interesting for himself here. If you have children, you can safely stay in Gagra or Pitsunda. There is all the entertainment for kids: water park, dolphinarium, shooting ranges, trampolines, etc.

If you like to hike in the mountains, then you will be happy to be offered several hiking routes at an altitude of 800 to 2500 meters above sea level, with different levels of difficulty.

If you love the sea and just relax, then the sandy Mocha beach in Sukhum is waiting for you. In the evening, you can have a delicious meal, dance and listen to live music performed by local vocalists.

Fans of speleology can visit the deepest cave in the world Kruber-Raven, as well as a huge number of other interesting caves.

A paradise for photographers is provided here! So many places with untouched nature will be hard to find.

Lovers of history and antiquity can see dolmens, ancient tribal sites, and visit various museums here. The appearance of dolmens is attributed to 2400 – 1400 BC.

Abkhazia is the place where you always leave with great sadness; the place where you want to stay; the place where the soul remains.

A small, but such a native country of the soul became my second home, where I moved to live.

I advise everyone, at least once in their life, to come here and with