How To get There: You can catch a Marshrutka to Oni from Didube (around 15 USD). From Oni you will need to hire a car to Glola or Shovi or hitchhike.
Udzitro is a small alpine lake and its name literally translates to “bottomless”. It is located near the Shovi Resort in Racha, on the slope of Mt. Katitsvera, at an altitude of 2,800m. It takes 2 days to reach the camping site at the lake. You can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of Tetnuldi (4,852 m/15, 918 ft), Shkhara (5,200 m/17, 060 ft) and Ushba (4,700 m/15,419 ft) and many other summits of the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range as you hike along Mt. Katitsvera’s trails. You can reach the lake from the Shovi Resort, but an alternative and relatively easier route starts in the nearby village of Glola, a settlement not far from Oni.
It takes 6 hours to hike through the beautiful woods to reach the first camping site; be prepared for a tough ascend. As soon as you enter the alpine zone, you can make camp by a small river that flows near your path. The rest of the route takes you 3,068m (10,065 ft), after which you descend to the lake. There is spring and small field in front of the lake, right under Takitsvera mountain, and is a perfect place to set up the night’s camp. The water in the lake is very cold and only for the most brave (or crazy) dare to swim in it.