Trip to Jvari Pass – An Experience for a lifetime

Folks,

Day 3

After visiting Zhinvali Water Reservoir and Ananuri Fortress ,  we were so excited to embrace more of the beautiful Caucasus mountains.

Our Next Stop was to Jvari Pass also known as Krestovy pass which is at a height of 7815m above sea level and is the highest point along the Georgian Military Highway located after the ski resort town Gudauri.

I must say that the trip to Jvari Pass was an experience for a lifetime for us. Lush green mountains dominated the place on the way. The love for Caucasus mountains gradually got increased 😉 . If you are a mountain lover, you should for sure add this place to your bucket list 🙂

On the way to Jvari pass

On the way to Jvari pass

Green everywhere :)

Green everywhere 🙂

Another View on the way to Jvari pass :)

Another View on the way to Jvari pass 🙂

Notice the cream color dots on the mountains in the below image. Guess what are they ? They are actually sheeps grazing 😛  . Doesn’t it look wonderful ? 🙂

Can you notice sheeps grazing ? ;)

Can you notice sheeps grazing ? 😉

There is a Russia–Georgia Friendship Monument located between the ski resort town of Gudauri and the Jvari pass which was built in 1983 to celebrate the bicentennial of the Treaty of Georgievsk and on going friendship between Georgia and Soviet Russia.

A monument of Friendship !

A monument of Friendship !

We were so eager to see if there are any mountains covered with snow 🙂 but couldn’t  😦 . After some time, we arrived at this beautiful spot . Omg, I could not resist seeing this natural beauty. What a place ! It was ecstatic 🙂 . These mountains made us feel very happy !

God bless georgia again :)

God bless georgia again 🙂

Why does mountains look so beautiful always ? :)

Why does mountains look so beautiful always ? 🙂

Another stunning view :)

Another stunning view 🙂

Could not resist taking pics with this background

Could not resist taking pics with this background

We had an amazing experience out there :)

We had an amazing experience out there 🙂

Me with the mountains :)

Me with the mountains 🙂

Note : The road to Jvari pass will be accessible all throughout the year except if the snow is not cleared during winter. It might get very tough to drive in this place because of bad weather. It is very important to check the weather forecast in this area before setting off and make sure you are well prepared for the trip.

We spent around 45 minutes at this place. One of the beautiful places we have ever visted in our lives 🙂 .

Every place we visited in the north east part of Georgia never failed to impress us. After this place, there was something astounding which added more to our happiness. Stay tuned for my next blog to know about it 😉 !

One more view here :D.  A Spectacular Panoramic View of Jvari Pass 🙂 .  Enjoy 🙂

Elegant Panoramic View :)

Elegant Panoramic View 🙂

I hope these pics will make you visit Georgia whenever you plan your next travel. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment here

Photo Credits : Pallavi Ravindra

 

Tips & Information

  1. If you have plans to visit Georgia , Please check if you have an on-arrival visa to Georgia from this link  https://www.evisa.gov.ge/GeoVisa/en/VisaApp

  2. Please Note that there is no visa fees If you are exempted from getting visa to Georgia.

  3. For the food, Georgia offers varieties of foods and restaurants from different countries. You can always check online. For Breakfast, We were offered usual stuffs Salads, Cheese Bread etc. 

  4. To reach Tbilisi , You can take any of these flights from GCC countries Air Arabia, Fly Dubai and Gulf Air. I happened to see only these options.

  5. If you are a Resident of Saudi Arabia or any GCC Country, Please know your’s and your family’s Residence Permit Expiry Date in prior so that you can inform the Immigration Authorities in Georgian Airport for the on-Arrival Visa as they do not speak any other language apart from Georgian, Russian and English.

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