Bakhmaro (geo. ბახმარო) is a mountain village in the Chohatauri Municipality of Georgia, located at an altitude of about 2000 meters above sea level and is known for its curative climate. Popular in Georgia as a mountain resort for lung diseases, the season lasts from late June to early September.

During the Soviet Union, the resort practically did not develop, most of the houses became dilapidated and decayed. During the reign of President Mikheil Saakashvili, the infrastructure of the tourism  was built in the village.

The village is known for the unusual for Georgia construction of wooden houses, elevated above the ground on wooden poles for one and a half to two meters.