The Caucasus Mountains and the Black Sea cut Georgia off from the rest of the world, resulting in a microclimate of hot and humid summers and mild winters. It’s always colder near the northern mountain peaks, but the weather is balmy by the Black Sea.
- Spring In Georgia (March to May) is pleasant, neither too hot nor too cold. Georgia experiences frequent rainfall during late spring. The snow melts completely and the trees flower during this season.
- Summer In Georgia (June to August) sees temperatures ranging from 20 to 30 degree centigrade. It’s warm and quite humid, just perfect for mountain climbing, river rafting, swimming and caving.
- Autumn In Georgia (September to November) sees frequent rainfall and the grounds are covered with frost. It rains frequently and the humidity reduces a little.
- Winter In Georgia (December to February) Winter temperatures range from 2 to 6 degree centigrade, and nights go below zero at times. Snowfall is common close to the mountains.