Tusheti (UNESCO) is north-eastern mountainous part of Georgia characterized with untouchable, mystical nature. The dirt tracks up and over The Great Caucasus via 2826 m Abano Pass is an exciting challenge for adventure seekers. This road (total length from Telavi to Omalo is 100 km) exists as one of the most challenging mountainous roads in the world. Alpine wildlife and little lovely villages with typical Georgian towers of XV-XVI cc make travelers passionate. Moreover, when they meet the flock of sheep on their way or notice the mountain slopes covered with white colored animals, they have time travel, because scenes like these have defined Tusheti for millennia. Tusheti wildlife combined with pre-Christian culture and hospitable people makes travel in Georgia even more unforgettable.