The name Tkibuli was first mentioned in historical documents from the 13th century. There are signs of human habitation from ancient times (for example in the Magara Caves).
The slopes of Tskhrajhvari – Nine Crosses Peak overlooked Tkibuli is densly covered by the chestnut trees from which excellent and very healthy honey is made of. There is plenty of primeval forests in the region, filled with berries, wood plants, mushrooms and wild animals like bears, wolfs, jackals and foxes. Relict plants can be observed as box-tree, yew or rhododendron.