Coruh Valley is an undiscovered treasure trove full of surprises for lovers of art, sports and nature!
Situated in northeastern Turkey, Coruh Basin is astonishingly rich in sophisticated medieval art and architecture. Georgian Churches that were monumental in scale and inventive in design, were constructed from the beginning of the 9th until the first quarter of the 11th century. Coruh Basin is an absolute paradise for outdoor activities. The fast flowing Coruh River is ideal for white water sports such as rafting and kayaking while the pristine Kackar Mountains offer endless opportunities for trekkers and hikers looking for new challenges. The Coruh Basin will enchant nature lovers with its rare and endemic plant species and being on the main migratory route of raptors is a paradise for birdwatchers.