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.
On top of that, from today, Georgia’s protected areas will receive visitors in accordance with the recommendations issued by the Ministry of Health. In closed buildings, visitor centres, including caves, visitors must wear a face mask and observe social distancing rule.
Visitors will be able to enter the Akhaltsikhe Fortress and Borjomi Park for free.
Vardzia and Uplistsikhe Museum-Reserves will serve visitors at reduced prices for three months.
Moreover, internally displaced persons, war veterans, children deprived of parental care and socially vulnerable citizens will be admitted to museums and reserves free of charge.
Protected Areas of Georgia will be reopened on June 15th.
Recommendations for COVID-19 pandemics when traveling to protected areas:
▪ Face mask must be worn while visiting the indoor space, including buildings and cave);
▪ Maximum of 5 visitors are allowed to be in the service centers;
▪ 2 meters of social distance should be maintained;
▪ It is recommended to pay "contactless" ways whenever possible;