Prime Minister: Economy Ministry Has Prepared Tourism Recovery Strategic Plan
‘We have instructed the Economy Ministry to prepare a strategic plan for recovering the most damaged tourism industry”, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia noted at the May 4 government meeting.
Economy Minister: Tourism will no Longer Be as Traditional as before the Pandemic
“Tourism will no longer be traditional, as it as before the pandemic”, Georgian Economy Minister Natia Turnava noted at the presentation of the Government’s anti-crisis plan.
Georgia will Try to be One of the First to Open to Tourists Following Strict Guidelines
We are working with the World Tourism Organization to ensure that the Georgian tourism market is safe and one of the first to be opened to foreign tourists in the conditions of introducing strict guidelines, - said the Minister of Economy.
Economy Minister: Our Strict Guidelines are to Make Georgia One of the First Tourism Destinations to Open for Tourists
Together with the World Tourism Organization (WTO), we are doing our best in order to make Georgia a safe tourism market
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A tourist company "Go Tour" has introduced innovative response to challenges in tourist sector, formated by crisis and for the first time in Georgian tourism has offered to customers discount present vouchers.
Georgian Business Tourism Association Proposes Initiative for Recovering Shocked Tourism Industry
An online conference has been held for manager generals and founders of international and domestic companies operating in tourism industry.
Tourist Infrastructure to be Arranged Next to Sioni Monastery Complex
Tourist infrastructure will be arranged next to Sioni Monastery complex in Gori Municipality Village Ateni.
Unemployed Guides Suggest Resuming Work by the Fall
The suspension of tourist activities in order to prevent coronavirus has dealt a major blow to the activities of tourist guides.
Rooms Abastumani Project may be Funded by OPIC
The project of Adjara Group "Rooms Abastumani" may be financed by OPIC.