Depending on the purpose of your travel to Georgia, there are different categories of visas (whether visit, study, work, reside in Georgia) that will apply to the occasion. Moreover, certain international travelers may also be eligible to travel to Georgia without a visa if they meet the requirements for visa-free travel. Contact us for more information.
National currency is Lari (GEL). One lari consists of 100 tetri. Currently, lari banknotes are of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 denominations; coins of 1 or 2 lari and 5, 10, 20, 50 tetris. As for the use of foreign currency; Us dollars, Euro and Rubles are widely used throughout the country
There is no cash limit a visitor may bring to Georgia. But if the amount exceeds 30,000 GEL (Georgian Lari) or its equivalent it is necessary to fill out a custom declaration form and declare your money
VISA, MasterCard cards are accepted almost everywhere in Georgia.
The voltage is 220V. If you want to use 110/120V devices where there is only a 220/240V power, you will need a step-down voltage converter or a combination converter.
Georgia is famous for its all year round travel opportunities. Depending on your interest tours are available anytime of the year. Spring (starting from April till early June) and Autumn (from September to late November) are the best seasons for those who prefer cultural, historical and real country tours, as the weather is mostly warm, with occasional wind and rain. Summer is good if you decide to spend trekking high in the mountains, more nature and rural visits and also to enjoy the Black Sea coastline. Winter time is very popular for those who love to experience cold weather, skiing and snowboard enthusiasts.
Georgia is one of the safest countries in the world right now. The crime rate of this country is one of the lowest in Europe, making Georgia a safe country to visit at any time of the year.
If you have a complaint whilst on tour, please bring it to our attention immediately. You should, first of all, let your guide know if there is any situation that is in any way unpleasant for you. If possible he/she will deal with the situation right away. In all cases, we will do our best to rectify the issue.
If you have any pre-existing medical conditions, please make sure to let us know when booking or making an enquiry. We will work with you to create a tour that suits your requirements.
Base on sustainable tourism concept, we try to work with small, family run, eco-friendly guesthouses/apartments, and local hotels wherever possible. Depending on the level of your comfort, we can accommodate B&B and hotel (3-5 stars) for your stay.
When travelling to Georgia, do not forget to have your passport and travel insurance. We also advise you to bring comfortable walking shoes, reusable water bottle, sun protection, insect repellant, sun glasses and hat. Things like swimwear, flip-flops and travel towel may come in handy. Wind and waterproof jacket, warm clothes, warm socks, fleece, hat, gloves, and scarf are advisable during late autumn, early spring and winter. Light shirts with long and short sleeves, comfortable trousers made of cotton or light synthetic material, shorts and rain coat are advisable during early autumn, late spring and summer.
There is no general dress code or clothing limitations in Georgia, except for when you visit religious places like Church or Monastery. Women have to cover their legs, head and shoulders while men are required to cover their legs.
There are several vegetarian dishes in traditional Georgian cuisine.Among the popular dishes are khachapuri (cheese filled pies or cheese filled breads that vary depending on the region), khinkali(dumpling either cheese,mushrooms,vegetable or meat),Lobio or lobiani (bean stew served in a clay jar),baked mushrooms with sulguni cheese,Churchkhela (candy made from grape jelly and nut) and some more.
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