South Ossetia Travel
South Ossetia, officially the Republic of South Ossetia, is an unrecognized country in the South Caucasus, internationally recognized as part of neighbouring Georgia.
South Ossetia is a country that seceded from — but is still claimed by — Georgia. Central Georgia's Kartli region lies to its south and east and the Rioni Region to its west. To the north is the ethnically identical North Ossetia region of Russia's North Caucasus.
South Ossetia successfully secured its sovereignty during the Russo-Georgia War in 2008 and has remained so until today. Because of its location deep in the Caucasus Mountains and strict Visa regime, South Ossetia is the least-visited of the unrecognized countries.