According to Elene Otarashvili, the General Manager of Golden Tulip Design Tbilisi, substantial efforts are required to establish Georgia as a secure destination on the global tourism map.
Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili announced today during a government meeting that Georgia will henceforth allow Chinese citizens to enter the country without a visa.
With the support of the European Union, Sweden, and Austria, the adventure and extreme tourism sector is flourishing in the mountainous regions of Georgia.
"Marta Bebo's Dambalkhacho," an enterprise located in the Tianeti township of Georgia, is steadily making a name for itself in the burgeoning field of agrotourism.
Tourism is a cornerstone of Georgia's economy, contributing more than a quarter to the country's GDP, a figure that far outstrips the global average of 7.5%.
The prohibition on the entry of tourists into Shiomghvime Monastery's premises remains in effect, as announced by Gocha Kavtaradze, the Deputy State Representative for the Mtskheta-Mtianeti region.
Nestled within the lush, undulating landscapes of Lechkhumi, Georgia, the Kulbaki Lakes beckon the weary traveler and the adventurous soul alike.
The Association of Gastronomic Tourism is spearheading an initiative to resurrect time-honored Georgian fish recipes.