HR.GE: Pandemic Hit Tourism Sector Hardest in Terms of Labor Market

The coronavirus pandemic has also hit the tourism sector hardest in terms of the labor market. There are no vacancies in this direction on the employment portal HR.GE today.

Most of the Small Hotels Have No Bookings in September

Compared to last week, the load of large hotels in September increased in the regions (+2 pp), although decreased in Kakheti (-2 pp), the rate did not change for the seaside and Tbilisi hotels.

14 km Ecotourism Trail Arranged in the Protected Area of Ajameti

For lovers of nature and easy hiking, the first 14 km circular trail is arranged in the Ajameti reserve, 15 km away from Kutaisi.

UNWTO Delegation Visits Tsinandali Festival

The Tsinandali 2nd Classical Music Festival is being held from September 17 to September 20.

WIZZ AIR: We are Ready to Start Flights

Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air has shared an official statement.

Georgia has Fewest Flights Among 42 Countries of Europe

Among 42 European countries, Georgia (as of August 14) has the lowest number of flights.

Tbilisi Declaration Calls for Developing Tourism Industry in Coming Months – Pololikashvili

“Discussions with the UNWTO Executive Board’s representative group were very interesting.

Gakharia: We will Support Tourism Sector with Various Programs

"We will stand by the tourism sector and support various programs, tax deferrals or other benefits," said Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia, speaking at the opening of the 112th session of the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Executive Board.

New Tourist Trail Arranged in Sataplia Protected Areas

A new eco-educational trail was arranged in Sataplia. A new trail has already been opened and hiking enthusiasts can access the trail for free.