Lopota is an attraction in the far north-eastern part of the Kakheti region in Georgia,120 km from the capital Tbilisi. Lopota in Kakheti region is a beautiful place for rest and recreation.



Kakhty ( Georgian : კახეთი ) is a provincial capital in Georgia, located in the east of the country, and is centered around the town of Tula .


According to the results of the 2002 census, the province’s population was about 410 thousand, of which 84% were Georgian and 9.8% Azeri . Kazeki province is part of the Georgian-Azerbaijani regions. Most people living in the county of Kakheti speak a local dialect of the Georgian language.


The bombing of the north and northeast borders with the Russian Federation. From the south and southwest it is bordered by the Republic of Azerbaijan , and in the west are the Mtskhta-Mtianti and Como Kartli oblasts .


The geocaching region is divided geographically into two parts of the internal excavation in the east of the Thioi-Gomburi Mountains, and the outer crater in the west. The main river of the eastern part of the Alazani is called the eastern rivers of the western part of the west.


Part of the monastery’s David Gargayi monastery is located in the province of Kakhty and Azerbaijan and Georgia have territorial conflicts over it.



From the end of the eighteenth century, the homeland was an independent feudal emir. At the beginning of the 11th century, the emirate was annexed to the United Kingdom , but this link did not last for ten years. At the beginning of the 12th century, David IV (1089-1125), the king of Georgia, succeeded in re-attaching a rebellion to the united kingdom of Georgia .


At the same time as the collapse of the united kingdom of Georgia in the second half of the 15th century, the land of cemetery became an independent kingdom in the 1460s. In 1762, the kingdom was torn apart with the kingdom of Gregitar, its neighbor, Cartily, and the Cartier-Catholic kingdom was formed. The city of Toluwi , the capital of the Land of Cemetery, as well as the Herat of Albany , was named as the capital of the Cartier-Kachatian kingdom.


The Albanians joined the Cartel-Kachtian kingdom as a powerful Christian in these areas, but the numerous attacks on these areas caused the Cartel-Kakhedi to slip away. Eventually, in 1801, the kingdom of Cartel-Kacha annexed the Russian Empire .


In the years 1918 to 1921, the defeat was part of the Democratic Republic of Georgia . Between 1922 and 1936, the land of punishment was administered as part of the Soviet Socialist Republic beyond the Caucasus . From 1936 to 1991, Kakhemi became part of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Georgia .


Since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Georgia once again achieved complete independence. Since that time, the Kakheti area is also known as one of the provinces of Georgia. Its center is the city of Tula.

Filter by tour status:

Filter by special offers: