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COVID-19 updates

On this page we’re sharing the updates on the current COVID-19 situation in Georgia, related to tourism.

Last updated: June 2022

Flexible cancellation policy

Given the unpredictable circumstances of the pandemic, we have introduced a flexible cancellation policy, as a compromise for all affected travellers. We are providing this flexible cancellation option as itโ€™s very possible that anyone who has a booking or is thinking of booking may not be able to go through with their holiday plans in the end.

  • If you cancel your booking more than 30 days in advance you will receive the full deposit back. You can also rebook for other dates, provided there is availability.
  • If you cancel your booking between 30 days and 48 hours in advance we will issue a travel credit voucher equal to the deposit amount, that you can use for any future booking (this voucher is personal).
  • If you cancel within 48 hours before the booking, we will keep your deposit as a cancellation fee. 

This policy will remain in force as long as COVID is affecting international travel.  

Entry rules as of June 2022

All COVID related measures have been lifted, also at the border. There is no proof of vaccination or PCR test required anymore.

Any person traveling from any country (by air) with a proof of full vaccination can enter Georgia freely. There is no need for PCR tests. A EU-style COVID vaccination proof will suffice.
Land borders opened on 1st of June 2021, and a PCR test is required even if you are vaccinated.

For non-vaccinated travellers, residents of the following countries can enter Georgia with a PCR test not older than 72 hours.

  • All EU member states
  • Israel
  • Switzerland
  • Norway
  • USA
  • Canada
  • Saudi Arabia, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain
  • Turkey
  • Armenia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus
  • Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan
  • United Kingdom
  • China, Japan, Korea, Oman

Daily life in Georgia

There are currently still some restrictions in daily life, of which the main ones are:

  • Wearing a face mask is mandatory outdoors and inside public areas
  • There is no curfew
  • Restaurants and bars are open but close at 23:00
  • Shopping malls and museums are open
  • Hotels are open and guests can use their facilities such as pools and saunas
  • Public transport and inter-city transport is running
  • Ski resorts will be open this winter with very little restrictions
  • A proof of vaccination or test – ‘Green Pass’ – is required to enter certain locations (restaurants, etc.). A EU-style QR code (EU DCC) will suffice.