New Eco-Tourism Infrastructure at Okatse Waterfall to Attract more Tourists
New eco-tourism infrastructure at Okatse Waterfall will triple the number of tourists visiting this most beautiful destination" stated Mamuka Bakhtadze.
Glass Bridge and Tourism Infrastructure in Dashbash Canyon – Project Valued at 40 million USD
A glass bridge of 240 meter long and tourism infrastructure will be arranged over the Dashbash canyon in Tsalka. Investment value of the project is 40 million USD. The project will be implemented by Jewish company Kass Land.
New Rooms Hotel Opens at Resort Mitarbi in Summer
The hotel "Rooms Kokhta", which is located in the resort "Kokhta Mitarbi", will open its doors to first holidaymakers in the summer of 2019. The project is part of the Georgian brand "Rooms Hotels", created by Adjara Group.
Inflow of Visitors to Ski Resorts in 2019 Rose by 15%
Ski Resorts Development Company of Ministry of Economy of Georgia has finished the 2018-2019 skiing season, which lasted 128 days.
Black Tomato – New Hostel in Kutaisi
A new hostel has opened in Kutaisi with a different appellation and concept. The new hostel is called as Black Tomato. It was launched by girls from Tbilisi. They plan to manage the facility from distance, without leaving their job places in Tbilisi.
Revenues from International Travelers Amounted to 245 Million USD in March
According to preliminary data, in March of 2019, revenues from international travel amounted to $ 245 million.
Hotel Prices in Georgia
In March 2019 the average price of a 3-star hotels in Georgia made up 125 Gel, 4-star hotel – 227 GEL, the report by PMCG reads.
Where do people love to travel from Kutaisi International Airport?
Vienna is the most demanded directions from Kutaisi International Airport by load factor in the first quarter of 2019 according to the United Airports of Georgia.
Dinner in the Sky – New Restaurant Set to Open in Kojori
A new restaurant is set to open in Georgia – guests will enjoy dinner up in the air. The concept of Dinner in the Sky is around 70 countries in the world, first opened in Belgium in 2006.