Corhu River, Turkey
The Corhu River begins in north-eastern Turkey, at the Mescit Mountains. Following the river on its journey you’ll come across the cities of Baypurt, Ispir, Yusufeli, and Artvin, before reaching Georgia, where the Corhu meets the Black Sea. The area of the Corhu is a biodiversity hotspot, teaming with many plants and birds, some of which are threatened and native to Turkey. The Corhu has been called Turkey’s last remaining wild river and is truly a gem and an experience both emotionally and aesthetically pleasing.