Tusheti is a region in northeast Georgia. It captivates by beauty, but as it is positioned on the northern slopes of the Caucasus mountains, getting there is quite challenging. It’ divided by four gorges: Pirikiti, Gometseri, Chagma and Chanchakhovani. The road to Tusheti is considered as one of the most dangerous roads in the world. The road lays on slopes and goes up to 4493 m. over gorges of Tusheti. The largest village and a center of Tusheti is Omalo. The only access road to it is through the Abano pass. From Omalo there are three different directions along with mountain ranges. Each road parts after a few kilometers. All directions are vehicle accessible, but further and higher the road goes, more difficult and worse it gets. Alpine climate, fog, mist and low visibility, make the road even more hazardous.