Mtirala National Park is a protected area in Adjara region, Western Georgia. Covering approximately 15,698
hectares in Municipalities of Kobuleti, Khelvachauri and Keda in the western Lesser Caucasus, it is situated between the Black Sea and the Adjara Mountains. It also adjoins Kintrishi Protected Areas

Mtirala National Park Colchic broad-leaved and mixed forests  include sweet chestnut and oriental beech woods with pontic rhododendroncherry laurel and Colcic box understories and a variety of Lanas. Fauna recorded are Brown bear, Roe deer, and Wild boar, while avifauna includes Booted eagle, Eagle owl and Golden oriole. Amphibians inhabiting the park include Caucasian salamander, Caucasian toad, Eurasian mash frog and Caucasian viper Mount mtriala is one of the most humid areas in the country. The name Mtirala (meaning "to cry") is derived from the 4,520 millimetres (178 in) annual rainfall, making it one of the wettest areas of the former Soviet Union