Daily Archives: 23 January 2017



The Georgian people are known as the epicureans of the Caucasus. It is very common to invite people home to eat and drink. They are very people-oriented, it is a culture in which relationships are considered as more important than material things.
The country is known as a very hospitable, sometimes when crossing a border, you get a bottle of wine as a welcome gift from the Georgian customs. Georgian adhere little to the time events, they give preference to spontaneously visit. 84% of the Georgian is Christian, in the region where the company is located is virtually anyone practicing Christian.



Mount Laila is 4010 meters high and it is not very steep. For this reason, it is the perfect mountain for unexperienced alpinists, and also for the more experienced alpinists who want to train for expeditions to the higher summits around Laila.

In the backyard of the village where our company is estabilished, Mount Laila is located. It is not the most difficult mountain if you compare it to its altitude. If you do not have many experince in alpinism but you often dream of climbing mountains, Mount Laila is recommended. To reach its summit, little experience with ice climbing is needed, and also the right experience. If you do not have this experience, we reccomend to get yourself our experienced, professional mountain guide who lives in the village. When you stand on the summit of Mount laila on a clear day, you can see the whole Svaneti valley and many of the highest summits of the Caucasus, wich are Elbrus (5642 m.) Ushba, (4710 m.)Donguzorun, (4458 m.) Tetnuldi, (4858 m.) and Shkhara, (5193 m.)