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Supporting Tourism – A New Statement on Corporate Social Responsibility From the Company that is Building the Shuakhevi HPP

Adjaristsqali Georgia LLC (AGL), which is constructing the Shuakhevi Hydroelectric Plant (HPP), issued a new statement on corporate social responsibility in support of tourism development in mountainous Adjara. According to official statistics, the number of tourists in Adjara is growing every year: 358,883 in 2012; 393,617 in 2013; 431,678 in …

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Take a Look at Mitarbi: Georgia’s Newest Ski Resort

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New life is being breathed into the resort of Mitarbi after a 30-year pause-the resort was officially launched yesterday by Georgia’s Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili and members of the Cabinet. A new, unprecedented model of cooperation between the state and the private sector in Georgia, this is how the Head of …

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Georgia Reveals multi-step Plan for UNWTO’s Future

Georgia Reveals multi-step Plan for UNWTO’s Future

Georgia wants to become the new leader of the United Nations World Tourism Organization. The current UNWTO Secretary-General Taleb Rifai will resign in 2017 and so far two candidates came forward wanting to take over the top post he had held for 8 years. One candidate is from Georgia. He …

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« Hotel Apolon » – 17 year of experience and high-class service

Years ago in Bakuriani Hotel “Apollo” was a pioneer in the the Alpine-style hotels concept. Hotel built in the style of a ski resort: the three-storey building’s interior – wall paneling and furniture – is made of local wood. Three fireplaces create a romantic and cozy atmosphere. Here is especially …

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More than 60 Touristic Destinations to Have Quality in Ajara

Currently, 5 restaurants and 11 hotels received a quality degree by tourism department in Ajara. The quality degree of Ajara was given to 16 more touristic destinations and the overall number of such kind of places increased up to 62. At present, the quality degree was given to 16 touristic …

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EU Delay on Visa-free Travel for Ukrainians Fuels Sense of Betrayal

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As activists gathered on an icy Kiev square this weekend to commemorate the authorities’ bloody response to the wave of protests three years ago that eventually swept the then president from power, the mood was sombre. he country’s 2013-14 Maidan revolution was sparked by Viktor Yanukovich’s refusal, under pressure from …

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Economics of Autism: Andrei Maximov

Medical tourism counts over 3 thousand years. Bathing establishments were an integral part of sports facilities in Ancient Greece. After the Romans had conquered Greece, they took over not only its arts and sciences, but also its experience in hydropathy, or water cure. Unlike the Greeks, however, who were using …

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Ajara Tourism Department Attends International Tourism Exhibition in Izmir

Ajara Tourism Department has attended Izmir 10th International Tourism Exhibition – Travel Turkey Izmir 2016. The Department introduced the region’s tourism opportunities jointly with representatives of Divan Suite hotel. The exhibition visitors were able to see advertising-information materials about Ajara Region and taste Georgian wines. More than 1000 tourism companies …

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In 7-8 Years, Tetnuldi Will be One of the Best Resorts in Europe

“The resorts are ready to host winter guests” – declared the director of “Mountain resorts development” company, Sandro Onoprishvili. What are the new offers for tourist during this winter season? Mountain resorts infrastructure is close to be completed. Gudauri cable car will be opened on 23rd of December. By the …

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Tourism Stream Sustains Growing Trend in Georgia

Tourism Stream Sustains Growing Trend in Georgia

According to official statistics, 5864684 international travelers have visited Georgia, at that 2 536791 have stayed more than 24 hours. Respectively, number of tourists is increased by 19.3% in 11 months, while international travelers – 7.9%. Most of the visits were made from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Turkey, Russia and Ukraine through …

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