A blessed corner of paradise

Sairme falls within a damp subtropical zone, with mild, moderate air, relatively warm winters and cool summers. Snow may fall as early as October but melts soon. Sometimes, winters may bring no snow at all. A warm period in the resort continues for 5 months. Northeastern, southeastern and southern winds are prevalent in Sairme, but strong winds are a rarity.

In the heart of nature

Located in the heart of Minor Caucasus, West Georgia, Sairme is one of the well-known health resorts in Meskheti Ridge. In addition to being regarded as an ideal launching base for visiting the Alpine zone of Minor Caucasus, in the southeast Sairme is related to Borjomi-Kharagauli Forest Park.

 There are a multitude of ancient churches and monasteries, which taken together with the breathtaking beauty of the pristine nature create an extraordinary environment for the development of tourism.



Healing water used at the resort for the treatment of various diseases, including the pathology of the kidneys, inflammation of the urogenital system, the gallbladder and bile – excretory tract, inflammation of the liver and intestines.

As healing water, Sairme water is also used for the treatment of diseases of the neuropathology, cardio – vascular, bone – joint and endocrine systems of human’s body.


To reach Sairme, you have to drive about 50 km from Kutaisi, the ancient city of West Georgia. Once you pass Kutaisi, you’ll find yourself in one of the most beautiful gorges being adorned with majestic forests. The road winds through a dense, ancient forest, finally leading you up to Sairme.

The Tsablara River – a real jewel of Minor Caucasus Mountains – starts on the northwestern slope of Meskheti Ridge, flowing down towards the plains and joining the Khanistskali River near Bagdati. In a narrow and deep gorge the Tsablara is joined by the Bostana, a small river. This is precisely where Sairme Health Resort is built on the northern slope of the ridge, 950 m above sea level.

From the east Sairme is overlooked by Mount Didmagali (2585 m) and from the west – by Mount Mepistskaro (2848 m), the highest peak of Meskheti Ridge. The health resort is surrounded by a forest stretching across a large area. The forest boasts very old trees of over 50 m in height and 1 m in diameter, including spruces, yews, beaches, limes, chestnuts, and elms.