Formed in 1929, Zagatala Reserve is located on the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus mountain range and covers an area of 25,200 hectares. On its territory there are over 800 species of plants: chestnut, walnut, hazelnut, oak, beech, hornbeam, elm and other valuable species. The reserve is home to 37 species of mammals (deer, wild boar, brown bears, martens, badgers, wild cats, lynx), 8 species of amphibians, 12 species of reptiles and 104 species of birds. Within the reserve there are favorable conditions for the development of eco-tourism.

Zagatala District AZ6200