Village of Nabeghlavi famous with mineral springs is located en route from Chokhatauri to Bakhmaro. Spa and health resort springs are characterized by unique therapeutic and preventive properties, and their systematic application facilitates cleansing of the body from harmful substances and enrichment with needed minerals. Mineral water is recommended for individuals of any age, without any restrictions. The spring of ‘Nabeghlavi’ was discovered in 1905. According to hearsay, attention of the local population was brought to one of the springs visited mostly by the livestock. Water turned out to have special taste and particular therapeutic features. Soon the spring was visited by researchers. They studied curing effect of waters from scientific point and officially assigned Nabeghlavi the status of a resort. In 1958 started factory bottling of the water. Today Georgian table mineral water ‘Nabeghlavi’ was given ISO 9001:2000 as well as certificate of compliance with the standards of the European Union and it is sold in the markets of more than 20 countries. 1. Nabeghlavi. 2. Monastery of John the Baptist in Udabno. The half-visible chapel in the rock should be dating back to VI-IX cc. 3. Meskheti range is crossed by many tourist routes. One of them is the route leading along Loboroti slope dividing rivers Tsablarastskali, Supsa and Sulori. It crosses the apex of the Meskheti range – Mepistskaro peak (2850 m) and leads to Jaji lakes which belong to Samtskhe-Javakheti region’s Adigheni municipality. Location: foot-hills of Meskheti range (Lesser Kavkasioni mountain system), gorge of river Gubazeuli (tributary of river Supsa) Distance: 25 km from Chokhatauri, 335 km from Tbilisi Sea level: 470-490 m Climate: subtropical, moderately humid climate, winter mild, nearly without snow, mean temperature in January 3,6 degrees; summer warm, mean temperature in August 20,2 degrees centigrade Average annual precipitation: 1438 mm Average comparative annual humidity: 74% Duration of annual sunny light: 1800-1900 h. Natural treatment factors: low mountain climate and carbonic acid, hydro-carbonate, sodium (Borjomi-type) mineral waters with general mineralization of 7,5-8,0 g/dm3, contain silicon acid, bromine and other biologically active elements; discharge: 600-700 thous. l/day Types of therapy: mineral water baths and application (drinking), passive climate therapy Diseases for treatment: stomach and duodenum ulcers, chronic colitis and enterocolitis, chronic gastritis, hypo-acid gastritis, chronic inflammation of gall-bladder and gall tracts, diseases caused by metabolism disorders (light and medium stage of diabetes, obesity)