Georgia has opened back up for tourism to citizens of any country, as long as they’ve been fully vaccinated, or are partially vaccinated after a Covid-19 infection. Unvaccinated arrivals from a limited number of countries are also allowed.
What’s on offer in Georgia
Straddling the border between Europe and Asia, Georgia is one of the area’s most exciting countries. Tbilisi is one of the world’s great capital cities, with a strong cultural scene; Kutaisi, where many flights land, has a storied history; and in between there are jaw-dropping landscapes and remote mountain areas where it looks like time has stood still.
Who can go
Fully vaccinated citizens of any country, or those who have recently recovered from Covid-19 and have been partially vaccinated, are allowed unrestricted entry.
Entry, with restrictions, is also permitted for unvaccinated arrivals from the following countries: All EU member states, Israel, Turkey, Switzerland, Norway, USA, Canada, UK, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain, Armenia, Azebaijan, Ukraine, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Tajikstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, China, Japan, Korea, Oman, Monaco, Iceland, Serbia, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Andorra, Albania, Northern Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzigovina, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon.
What are the restrictions?
All vaccinated arrivals must present evidence of a completed vaccination cycle, or of recovery from Covid within 100 days alongside an initial vaccination.
Those arriving via land or sea must also present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival, in Georgian, English or Russian. Children under 10 are exempt from the testing requirement.
What’s the Covid-19 situation?
There have been over 825,000 cases and over 11,000 deaths as of November 26. About 28% of the population has been vaccinated.
What can visitors expect
Face masks must be worn on public transport and in all indoor public spaces. Fines are meted out to those who don’t comply. There are no curfews or travel restrictions.
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