Racha-Lechkhumi - Kvemo Svaneti is a region in northwest Georgia. 46% of the region is comprised of a national park. The regional flora is rich with Chestnut Castanea sativa; Lime Tree Tilia begonifolia; Caucasian Comfrey Symphytum caucasicum; Dogwood Swida koenigii; Cornelian Cherry Cornus mas; Ground-ivy Glechoma hederacea; Pea Lathyrus sativus; Creeping Savory Satureja laxiflora. The altitude ranges from 400 to the highest peak (Lahili) 4008 meters here. The alpine zone is rich with Sycamore Acer pseudoplatanus; Spurge Laurel Daphne mezereum; European Bilberry Vaccinium myrtillus. The climate ranges from humid subtropical to moderate with an average humidity level of 85-90% annually. The region is one of the sunniest in Georgia, as its 267 annual days of sunshine creates the proper conditions for the bees to gather nectar. This region produces one of the most exceptional honey types in Georgia: chestnut, linden and alpine honey.