The app works as follows: You download, choose a tour according to interest, and get relevant tips along with various types of information.
The tour is a complete itinerary, with full information about it on the map, including photographs: distance, road type (concrete, ground, trail) to help you with the appropriate outfits or transports on a particular route, or to find out where to rent a car And how to reach the destination;
As you go along the route, you see yourself on the map, and if you can't figure out where you're going, at least GPS will show you whether you're on the right track or not.
The app also integrates information about a historical or commercial site, as a rule, it could be the history of the Gelati Monastery Complex or details of reservations at nearby hotels and more. Importantly, the app adds a variety of tips depending on the tour. It's noteworthy that the user has wrapped up information within one space, rather than looking up each aspect on Google.
Together with his children, Sergo Tsiramua founded a research organization, the Tourism Geoinformatics Center. Since 2011, expeditions around Georgia have been touring resources and exploring more than 3,000 archaeological and historical sites. As a result, a centralized database was created.
Eventually, with the initiative of George and Tornike, the research organization became a commercial project - the app "Biliki". Founders plan to add Armenia and Azerbaijan to their application in the future.