As mentioned above, Georgia isn’t spoiled with organized campsites. So, besides hiking clothes and camping gear, you’ll need to have a gas canister and stove, utensils, pocket knife, water bottles or Camelbak, hygiene items, raincoat, and food for as many days as you are planning on camping. You’ll need to carry all of those items in your backpack when hiking across the country. You can also hire a horse with a guide in the village or at national parks if you’d like to walk without your backpack on. Filling up water bottles shouldn’t be a problem, as there are many spring sources along the hiking trails. However, this also depends on the location you are traveling to. For instance, Javakheti and Black Rock Lake trail in Lagodekhi lakes spring spots. We would advise asking the administration at national parks. Trecking around the settlements also makes it easier to carry less food and buy groceries from the locals whenever you pass by a village.