Discover the world’s subtropical flora – Batumi Botanical Garden

Batumi Botanical Garden is the true paradise on earth. While you’re travelling in Georgia, you should definitely visit this place and enjoy the amazing views from the green cape.

The Botanical Garden, located at the distance of 9 km from the center of Batumi, occupies the area of 108, 7 hectare of approximately 1 km stripe of Southern-Western section of the coastline located between the river Chakvistskali estuary and the Green Cape, being spread to the height of 0-220 meters from the sea level, which not long time ago was totally covered with Kolkheti type forest (beech, chestnut, linden) and evergreen sub-forest.

The garden is distinguished by century-long parks, unique collections of subtropical flora, as well as succulents, palms, roses, camellias, citrus, bamboos, magnolia, Cyprus, pine-trees, nut, persimmon and maple tree collections.

Batumi Botanical Garden

Useful Information

Batumi botanical Garden was opened in 1912.

Florist richness of the garden is incorporated in 9 phyto-geographic departments and three parks.

These are the following:

East Asian Department

Himalayan Phytogeographic department

Australian Department

New Zealand Department

North American Department

Mexican Department

South American Department

Mediterranean Department

Transcaucasian Humid Subtropics Department