Sataplia is a rather small cave located in Tskhaltubo, Georgia. It is famous for its beautiful speleot and traces of dinosaurs. The tour enters the cave on one slope, crosses the hill below the ground, and then returns to the surface past the traces of dinosaurs. The cave is named after the mountain. Sataplia (494 m), an extinct volcano, which is now a nature reserve. This reserve was intended to protect five karst caves in the area and traces of dinosaurs. At the moment, there are 200 traces found in two different layers of chalk limestone. Long prints of the lower layer 30 cm long refer to an unknown predator, 48 cm long prints of the upper layer to the ornith-like herbivore.