Museum-Reserves in Uplistsikhe and Vardzia to Host Visitors from June 20th

Mariam Kvrivishvili, Nikoloz Antidze, and Giorgi Khojevanishvili, visited the museum-reserves of Uplistsikhe and Vardzia and inspected the situation before opening the tourist facility.

Tourists to be Required to Submit a Valid Document for PCR Test

According to the minister of healthcare, Ekaterine Tikaradze, the first requirement they have is that tourists have to submit a valid document for a PCR test, which confirms that he/she is not infected with COVID-19.

Multifunctional Complex Being Built in Shindisi

A multifunctional complex is being built in Shindisi, which will cover restaurant complex, pub, large-scale banquet hall, and government ceremonial reception hall.

Adjara Group Lowered Prices by About 50% on Accomodation

According to the reservations made by the citizens of Georgia, 20% -30% of Adjara Group hotels are currently loaded both in Tbilisi and in the regions

Summer is Waiting for you Here

The long-awaited season has come - a time of unforgettable adventures, sensations, magical paths, old and new stories. "Summer is waiting for you here" - watch the video of GoBatumi, the official guide for visitors of Adjara.

Budget Received 127 Million from Domestic Tourism

The economy received 127.2 million GEL from domestic tourism in the first quarter of 2020, an increase of 4.5% over the same period in 2019.

Georgia will be One of the First non-EU Countries with Which Germany will Resume Flights - Mariam Kvrivishvili

Mariam Kvrivishvili, the head of the National Tourism Administration declared that when Germany will open its international borders with non-EU countries, Georgia will be one of the first countries with which Germany will resume flights.

Georgia's Protected Areas Opened Today

Georgia's protected areas have been opened and ready to receive guests starting from today. 

Georgia Opens Domestic Tourism From Today

Georgia opens domestic tourism today. Georgian National Tourism Administration says local travelers are able to visit different parts of Georgia.