Tourism

Prime Minister: Tourists without 72-hour PCR Test cannot Visit Georgia

Tourists wishing to visit Georgia must have passed the PCR test 72 hours earlier, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia noted at the parliament on May 27.

Hospitality Business of Kazbegi Tries to Survive the Crisis

Restrictions on the new Coronavirus have been eased. Especially the tourist regions are trying to be fully prepared for both local and foreign visitors.

Museum and Functional Generator - Historic Borjomi HPP will be Restored

Historic Borjomi HPP returns to its old function. At the same time, it will have a new workload, a museum space will be arranged.

Additional Infrastructure to be Arranged at Paliastomi Lake

Additional tourist infrastructure will be arranged in Kolkheti National Park, Paliastomi Lake and Pichori River.

Travel Bubbles and Countries to Practice the Travel Bubble Scheme

“The tourism industry has acquired a new important concept – the so-called Travel Bubbles”, Galt & Taggart senior analyst Kakha Samkurashvili told the Business Morning TV Program.

We are Ready to Restore Flow of Tourists with Baltic States - Natia Turnava

"The Baltic States already opened up traffic to each other, which is utterly important, because we are ready to restore tourist traffic with each of them."

Hotels of Georgian Seaside Resorts See Drastic Amount of Canceled Reservations

In order to assess the impact of the pandemic on the hotel sector, a survey was conducted of the owners and operators of accommodation facilities throughout Batumi.

Rehabilitation of the Road Near Tobavarchkhili Lake Set to Begin

The Municipal Development Fund of Georgia is starting the rehabilitation of the road near Tobavarchkhil Lake.

How Tourism Industry Can Overcome COVID Crisis – 10 Recommendations by Hotels Manager David Meskhi

The most important question is: what preparations should the tourism industry make to resume operation under the anti-crisis plan?