• Is It Safe To Travel To Georgia

    Unlike a lot of countries, Georgia doesn't have a lot of reported deaths associated with the virus pandemic. Only 12 deaths have been reported so far and every day there are only a few new cases. The borders will open in July.

    Because it's safe from the virus and because costs of living is very cheap here, Georgia is one of the best countries to invest in right now.


    With stunning mountain ranges, picturesque valleys, vibrant market scene and the fact that it is still relatively an unknown vacation destination, Georgia in Europe, is gaining popularity slowly and surely. Whether you are a solo traveler, travelling with your partner or with kids; Georgia in Europe should be on the top of your bucket list. Georgia is full of variety of places to see and is blessed with pleasant climate throughout the year.


    Even though cases of petty thefts, robbery, and mugging are reported everywhere in Europe, 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.


    Traveling to Georgia

    Georgia is blessed with extremely scenic parts which can be checked out alone, even at night. But if you are travelling to places with low density/population, it is advisable to travel in groups or even better, take guided tours to avoid any unpleasant encounters. Walking alone on streets at nights is best avoided.



    Georgian public transport is well-planned, cheap and connects every nook and corner of the country. It is, however, to be noted that like any other country it tends to get over-crowded during the rush hours. In-famous for its rash drivers, Georgian cities report number of road traffic accidents. Though, speed radars are installed on key streets, main junctions and highways throughout the country, it is advisable to remain extremely cautious while crossing the roads and follow proper rules and regulations (like wearing belts) while driving. Take care when driving and if possible, avoid driving at night. Police cars regularly patrol streets of Georgian cities and towns, and cater to car breakdown, or any other problems on the road.