9-10 km (5.6 – 6.2 miles) further to the East and you will arrive to the Levan’s lake. It is not certain from where does the name of the lake arrive, but locals usually refer to the archeologist Levan who discovered it. Although the lake is located 2,600 m (8,530 ft) above sea level, the road to here is not difficult. You will have to cross large valleys. Only the last couple of kilometers (about 1 mile) is relatively rocky.
Around the lake there are great camping locations. We would recommend to spend 2 nights here and enjoy the picturesque nature and the sky full of stars that seem so close from here. You could even see the Milky Way in good weather. You could drink the water straight from the lake. It is safe, but has a specific taste, as water comes mostly from the melted snow.