“We Expect Tourist Inflows from Israel to Decline; Many Bookings will Be Cancelled”

The Caucasus Business Week (CBW) has inquired as to how these restrictions may affect the Georgian tourism industry.

Tbilisi to host EuroBasket with New 10 000 Seats Sports Complex

Multi-Functional Sports Complex will be built in Tbilisi with 10 000 seats in line with a Government Resolution to host EuroBasket in 2021.

Gudauri hosts FIS Snowboard Europe Cup 2020

On February 29 and March 1, in Gudauri, under the auspices of the International Ski Federation (FIS), the Snowboard European Cup Stage will be held in Parallel Slalom and Parallel Giant Slalom.

Protected Area to be Managed in Ratcha

It is planned to develop new protected area in the municipality of Oni. Draft law is already prepared.

Kyrgyzstan Interested in Acquiring Georgian Experience in Tourism

Tourism is a promising area of ​​cooperation between Georgia and Kyrgyzstan, said Ambassador of Georgia to Kyrgyzstan Zurab Abashidze.

Tourism Infrastructure to Be Arranged in Kazbegi National Park

Tourism infrastructure will be arranged in Kazbegi National Park in Stepantsminda.

Mariam Kvrivishvili Comments on Establishing New LEPLs for Managing Resorts

As noted by Mariam Kvrivishvili, director of the National Tourism Administration, it is reasonable to establish Legal Entities of Public Law

Improving Customer Service Skills among Direction of Adjara Tourism Development

Nature, culture, traditions, distinguished culinary - these are the characteristics that Tinatin Zoidze, the head of the Department of Tourism and Resorts, cited as the reasons for the growing interest of tourists towards Adjara.

Georgia to Host Major International Tourism Exhibition-Fair in 2022

It is a huge honor for Georgia to host the world’s biggest and most prestigious international tourism exhibition in 2022.