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Is there any resource provided by the Georgian government or by any other agencies about the camping in Georgia? I would like to know about the rules and safety aspects.

Any resource on these would help.

  • The Appalachian trail begins at springer mountain, 45 minutes north of Atlanta. You can camp off the trail but bring a tent. The huts are reserved for through hikers. Due to the constant volume of passing people, I would imagine this would keep predators to a minimum. – mreff555 Apr 4 '18 at 16:11
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    Georgia country, not state. Caucasus. At least that's what I'm assuming that means. – Monster Apr 4 '18 at 17:14
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    "Wild camping is also largely accepted and often asking for a good place for your tent you will find a comfortable bed, couch, plenty of food and alcohol. Pitching a tent is a normal thing for the local people, forbidden only in city centres and near ruins." Source: nomadwiki.org/en/Georgia_(country) – april rain Apr 10 '18 at 11:35
  • Are you speaking about camping in wildness? As you're asking about this - don't do it. There are no national parks with rangers or proximity of everything to some populated areas or something like this. You can't be prepared by booklet for real steppe wildness or conflicts. Also, you aren't allowed to cross the border with something that has a chance to repel wolfs' pack or locals, for example. However, you can look for their resorts near the capital, they're somewhat safe. Also, you can hire a local guide for your camping trip in the steppe. – Les Aug 17 '18 at 13:03
  • About rules - almost no rules if this isn't a town or a restricted place, you're on your own. As the first point... nothing like parks in the US or Europe. – Les Aug 17 '18 at 13:05

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