The representatives of “Thomas Cook”- one of the world’s largest tourist company, are visiting Adjara at the invitation of the Adjara Tourism Department. They are getting acquainted with the tourism, business and investment potential of the region. The company’s managers dealing with tourism and avia companies have already met the management of the Adjara Tourism Department, the Mayor of Batumi and the Minister of Finance and Economy of Adjara.
French and German journalists are visiting Adjara at the invitation of the Adjara Tourism Department. The main goal of the media tour is demonstrating of Georgian cuisine.
From the 3rd of September, Adjara is hosting International Birdwatching Festival. The program of the festival is already known. In the framework of the event, international experts from Great Britain, the United States and Holland will visit the region.
Latvian Journalists prepare articles and reports about tourism potential in Adjara. They are visiting the region at the invitation of the Adjara Tourism Department. The Journalists have already seen the city’s basic tourist attractions, Batumi Botanical Garden, Gonio-Apsaros Fortress-museum and mountainous Adjara.
A new tourist route is being marked in Adjara for adventure tourism lovers. The name of the route is -"Chirukhi-Khikhani-Goderdzi, and its marking is carried out by the Tourism Products Development Agency of Ajara Tourism Department.
While traveling in Ajdara, tourists can use a discount card. It is called - “Batumi Discount Card” and is available at tourist-information centers. Batumi Botanical Garden, BatumVelo, Batumi Yacht Club, Cinema “Apollo”, Gonio-Apsaros Fortress-museum are among 40 tourism objects
The graduates of the English Language Course at Goderdzi Resort were handed certificates in the framework of the “Tourism Development School”. The chairman of the Adjara Tourism Department, Sulkhan Ghlonti, has met the participants of the project today and discussed the goal of the course, the perspectives of the tourism development in Mountainous Adjara and the importance of the higher level customer service at Goderdzi Resort.
On the 3rd-8th of September, Adjara is hosting International Birdwatching Festival. In the framework of the event, foreign and Georgian ornithologists and volunteers from different countries will visit the region.
On July 29-31, Batumi will host about 40 students from 13 different countries. On the 29th of July, German, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Czech, Dutch, Estonian, Slovak, Slovene, Serb, Ukrainian, Hungarian and Russian young people will perform Adjarian dance in Batumi Boulevard.
Top rated Lithuanian Medias suggest travelers go to Adjara. “Warm sea, unique architecture and historical monuments, amazing Botanical Garden and fantastic Adjarian cuisine”- starts its article the online edition “Alkas.lt”, which, along with the article, shares a travel video and beautiful photos of Adjara.
The number of international tourists in Adjara has increased by 23%. According to the data of two quarters of 2018, the number of international tourist arrivals is 808,437.
The introduction of Adjara to the foreign journalists is going on. This time, at the invitation of the Adjara Tourism Department, the region is being visited by Estonian journalists. They are getting acquainted with tourism products and services. The participants of the media tour have already visited the basic attractions of Batumi, attended the dolphin show and tasted local food with accompaniment of Georgian folklore.
The guide trainings, in the framework of the Tourism Development School, have finished. This year, about 60 active and new guides were trained by the Tourism Department on Keda and Machakhela routes.
The Tourism Product Development Agency of the Adjara Tourism Department continues popularization of the mountainous Adjara. This time, it introduced the tourism resources of Machakhela Gorge to large Georgian tourist agencies. The participants of the info tour started their trip from Kemal Turmanidze Ethnographic museum, where Adjara is presented by more than 4 000 exhibits.
Kazakh journalists are preparing reports and articles about tourism opportunities in Adjara. About 10 journalists of the top-rated TV companies and media houses are visiting the region at the invitation of the Tourism Department.
The Kintrishi Gorge tourism resources were introduced to the acting guides and the tourist agencies’ representatives. Their tour to the gorge was organized by the Tourism Product Development Agency.
The tourism potential of Adjara is being introduced to Lithuanian journalists. They are visiting the region at the invitation of the Adjara Tourism Department. The Journalists have already seen Batumi’s basic tourist attractions - Botanical Garden and Dolphinarium.
Polish “National Geographic Traveler” wrote another article about Adjara. The article titled “The journey of my life” describes Magellan award-winner, a writer and a journalist Sergius Pinkvart’s trip to Adjara.