Tsitsaka Moto - Pepper your trip!
We invite you to join us in travelling in Georgia on modern mopeds with Wi-Fi. Amazing nature, breathtaking views, ancient legends, traditional crafts, Georgian hospitality. You will be able to share your feelings with your friends via internet without passing control of Moped (kidding), you will have to stop :)
The tour starts on the border of the national natural park Machakhela
Hydroelectric power station was built according to the GOELRO plan almost a hundred years ago.
The stone machine-gun pillbox — is one of the few preserved objects of the 51st fortified area
The river Machakhliskali gave the name to the whole gorge
The stone arched bridge in the village of Tsemlar was built in the time of Queen Tamar and  bears her name
Former geography teacher Tengiz built a suspension bridge with his hands
Chhutuneti Falls is the most  full-flowing of Machakhelian waterfalls
More than 30 years ago, a resident of Zed Chhutuneti organized an ethnographic museum in an old mosque.
The bridge in Kokoleti was built at the expense of Khan Khinkeladze, whose descendants still live in Machakhela
From a height of 800 meters, the border with Turkey is clearly visible
The blacksmith Zaza restored the manufacturing technology of “Topak Machakhel” – the famous silicon gun

The route passes through Machakhela National Park, one of the most beautiful gorges of Ajara. Once there lived gunsmiths who made flintlock guns, the Topak of Machakhela, famous all over Georgia. On the moped you will make the way, which in ancient times was overcome by a warrior in order to get a precious gun. On your way, you will see (and photo) mountain rivers, waterfalls, ancient fortresses and arched bridges, a functioning water mill, a unique village power station with an aqueduct operating since Stalin’s times, and an artillery battery from the times of the Cold War. You wil also see the border between Georgia and Turkey from a height of 1000 meters. In addition, you will have a chance to meet a local centenarian (105 years old!) and a young blacksmith – a descendant of Machakhelian gunsmiths. Learn how people lived in this place hundreds of years ago and how they live now, try the foods and drinks that Machakhela is famous for.

THE COST INCLUDES A TRANSFER FROM BATUMI AND BACK, LUNCH IN ADZHARA MANOR HOUSE. TOUR PRICE FOR ONE RIDER — 135 GEL (45 DOLLARS), FOR TWO RIDERS ON ONE MOPED — 225 GEL (75 DOLLARS).