Georgia Launches New Tourist Portal to Promote Its Unique Offerings

Georgia's National Tourism Administration has launched a new tourist portal,, as part of the country's digital transformation project.

Georgia Approves Safety Standards for Paragliding to Ensure Safe Flights

The Georgian government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, has approved a project that aims to define the safety standards and issues surrounding paragliding.

CENTRUM AIR to Operate Charter Flights between Tashkent and Tbilisi

CENTRUM AIR, another Uzbek airline, is set to begin operating direct charter flights on the Tashkent-Tbilisi route starting from May 13

Indigo, India's Largest Airline, to Launch Direct Flights from Delhi to Tbilisi

Starting from July 31, Indigo, India's largest airline, will begin operating direct, regular flights between Delhi and Tbilisi three times a week. This move is expected to strengthen the economic and tourism ties between India and Georgia.

Niy Marina's Insider Guide: The Best Places for Content Creation in Tbilisi

Marina, a Kazakhstan-born, Korean content creator based in Tbilisi, has quickly become one of the trendiest influencers in Georgia.

Introducing Tbilisi Souvenirs: A Modern Twist on Traditional Keepsakes

The products, including keychains, magnets, scarves, bags, and more, are designed to introduce visitors to a new side of Tbilisi and make for unique and memorable souvenirs.

Georgia's Khachapuri Claims Six Spots on World's Best Cheese Dishes List

Georgian cuisine has long been celebrated for its unique flavors and hearty dishes, and now the world is taking notice.

Europe's Longest Dual-Lane Zipline, "Eagle's Nest," Set to Soar Over Chirukhi Mountain

The Adjara Project Management Company has recently announced a tender for the construction of "Eagle's Nest," a two-lane zipline planned for Chirukhi Mountain in Shuakhevi Municipality.

Poland's Sądecka Foundation Strengthens Ties with Georgian Tourism Industry During Project Trip

The Sądecka Foundation has returned from a successful project trip to Georgia, which took place in October, where they strengthened ties with local travel agencies and tourism officials.