$60 Mln Development to Begin at Dashbashi Canyon

The Agency of Protected Areas of Georgia has announced that a large development project will begin at Dashbashi Canyon in the Tsalka region of Georgia.

The project, costing $60 mln, will include the construction of a 240-meter long bridge across the canyon, as well as a zip line, restaurant, and hotel. A space will also be created for musical festivals, with a capacity of 100,000 people.

Carved by the Ktsia River, Dashbashi Canyon is known for its natural diversity and beautiful landscape. There are numerous waterfalls along the 8km length of the canyon which help to keep the canyon’s slope green and luscious.

Krass Land, a Georgian company founded with Israeli investments, will oversee the project which is expected to be completed by July 2020. Construction will begin this summer.


By Amy Jones

Photo source - Agency of Protected Areas of Georgia.

06 May 2019 14:58