Dendrological Park is now open and ready to welcome visitors in Shekvetili, Adjara, at the Black sea coast. The Park, with its scale, unique and diverse collection of plants, the best environmental conditions for biodiversity knowledge and original development, is completely distinguished not only in the Black Sea but in the whole region.
Dendrological Park is now open and ready to welcome visitors in Shekvetili, Adjara, at the Black sea coast. The park is located on 60 hectares. Along with the giant trees taken from Adjara-Guria and Samegrelo regions, visitors to the park will meet thousands of species of world exotic flora. The park is home to 58 species of birds from all over the world. Most of them are blacklisted.
This beautiful collection of plants shares the diversity of the world dendroflora and the impressive beauty of the shrubs. That is why this rare park is of great health, aesthetic, educational and scientific importance for the ecosystem of the region.
In order for the visitor to get complete information about the plant, special banners are placed on all the trees. Some of the trees in the park are over 300 years old.
Visiting the park is free and will be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., except Mondays and Thursdays. According to the park administration, endemic trees have been planted on 8 hectares from different regions of Georgia. The collection features more than 200 specimens of 29 unique species, including cypress, magnolia, cedar, oak, chador, maple and more. The bamboo forest is also cultivated in the dendrological park.
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