GEORGIA TRAVEL GUIDE

Church in Kutaisi Georgia by drone

Introducing Georgia

I've traveled to almost 70 countries all around the world, and Georgia remains my favorite of them all. 


Why? 


First, culture. Georgia ​is a tapestry woven from thousands of threads from East, West, and Middle East. 

Second, food and wine. Simply having a meal in Georgia is a journey. Oh, and wine was invented here. 


Third, the stunning Caucasus mountains. Pure bliss for nature lovers. 


I could go on, but instead let's get planning your trip to Georgia?

Plan Your Trip to Georgia:

NEED TO KNOW

Language: Georgian. Russian widely spoken among older generation. English prevalence is growing quickly, especially in Tbilisi and with the younger crowd.

Currency: Lari ($1 = ~3.04 laris).

Credit Cards & ATMs: Major establishments take debit/credit cards, but smaller-scale accommodations, tourist sites and restaurants may only take cash. ATMs widely available. 

Plugs: Type C or F, 220V / 50Hz. Bring this universal adapter

Safety: Georgia is generally a very safe place to visit, despite the very brief conflict in 2008 between Russia and Georgia. But it is still a good idea to purchase travel insurance for Georgia, and check the latest US State Department travel advisories for Georgia. 

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TOP GEORGIA DESTINATIONS

  • Tbilisi
  • Batumi
  • Svaneti

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WHEN TO VISIT GEORGIA

Though Georgia is a small country, its climate varies considerably among its various regions, owing to the huge changes in elevation that you’ll find within this Caucasian country. Generally, the best time to visit Georgia is between May and October, though if you’re into winter sports you can visit the country of Georgia at any time of the year.

Emerging Destination Spotlight: 
Georgia - The Next Digital Nomad Hotspot

Georgia is quickly becoming a hotspot for location independent long term travelers and digital nomads. With year-long visa-free access, free co-working spaces for nomads, and affordable accommodation in Tbilisi, it's no wonder. Watch our short video to learn all the reasons I think Georgia is the world's next big digital nomad hot spot. 

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What to Pack for Georgia

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Georgia Flag in Mountains of Svaneti

Driving in Georgia

Georgia drives on the right and passes on the left. Renting a car in Georgia is a an option some travelers choose, though be aware of the winding mountain roads. We suggest using Discover Car Hire to compare the best rental agencies.

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