The tourism sector has marked a significant milestone in 2023, with earnings from international visitors reaching a record-breaking $3.3 billion in the first three quarters.
The "Silk Road Forum" commenced its panel discussion on "Tourism Beyond Borders: Navigating the Changes" today, led by a keynote address from Zurab Pololikashvili, Secretary-General of the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).
The renowned "Banff" World Mountain Film Festival is set to make its appearance in Tbilisi, hosted by the non-governmental organization "Transcaucasian Trail" on October 21.
Georgia has been named the host country for World Tourism Day in 2024, a prestigious title conferred upon the nation in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
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%.