To ensure sustainable tourism development and increase awareness of Georgia, as a unique tourist destination, on the international market. To continue increasing the number of tourists, directly impacting the development of the country’s economy.
Georgia is one of the most unique tourist countries in the world. We aim to help visitors discover its diversity and richness, leaving them with a lasting desire to return.
Developing Georgia’s brand and positioning its tourism industry on the international market; increasing Georgia’s competitiveness with similar tourist markets; market share growth; infrastructure development; improvement of the service sphere; education quality enhancement; attracting investors; and promoting the local private sector through effective partnership and cooperative development.
Winter sports fans and city breakers looking for somewhere new should try Georgia. The country is attracting a growing number of independent travelers who are exploring mountains dotted with historic castles and churches, beautiful towns such as Mestia and Kazbegi, and the Europe-meets-Asia capital Tbilisi.
Georgia has all the makings of the next great wine destination: the world’s longest-running unbroken wine tradition, hundreds of indigenous grape varieties, stunning landscapes and a band of vintners espousing natural methods.
Georgian people remind me of Italians, they both understand life, they know how to live and how to enjoy their life. To eat, to drink, to dance, to sing, to smile, to cry – their land, their sky, their peaceful shiny sun and endless joy and fun.
A rustic ski wonderland on the verge of discovery.
Hidden deep in the Caucasus Mountains, Tusheti’s villages cling to dizzyingly steep slopes that are as picturesque as they are precarious. A land with centuries-old defensive towers, mountaintop castles, and stone shrines…the locals are the most hospitable and fun people in the world!
The Republic of Georgia is one of the world’s most fascinating up-and-coming culinary destinations.