Polish visitors enjoy jeep tour in Georgia
The joint pilot project, initiated by Europe’s leading auto magazines - Polish Auto Swiat 4x4 and Auto Bild Georgia, has come to an end. The project’s aim was to strengthen bilateral Polish-Georgian tourism relations.
Polish tourists who arrived in Georgia a week ago have now gone home. The project saw Polish and Georgian auto-lovers embark on jeep tours throughout Georgia. After the tour, the organizers believe that it was a successful project and will continue to promote the project in order to increase the number of tourists from Poland in the future.
“We’ve seen Svaneti, Vardzia, Borjomi, and we had two-days of off-road, but basically we moved from one place to another with the main roads, because of the bad weather, some of the passes were closed, and we had to change our route,” Auto Swiat’s brand manager and the leader of the Polish group, Monika Marciniak said.
“We really enjoyed Georgia, it’s a beautiful country. We are so excited and impressed that we definitely plan to return next summer,” Marciniak shared her final impressions with Georgia Today.
“We had a chance to meet some locals during the expedition in Ushguli (Svaneti). Georgians are very open-hearted and friendly people, we tasted the national cuisine, Marciniak said, adding that khachapuri and mtsvadi was very delicious.”
Avto Gurgenidze, the guide of the expedition thinks that “it is very important that for the first time, the travel companies started targeting specific tourist segments, making the tour planning a well-organized process.”
The Jeep tour was implemented by the newly-established travel company in Georgia - WHERE.ge.
According to the founder and managing partner of WHERE.ge George Sharashidze, the aim of the company is not only meeting clients’ expectations, but even exceeding them.
“This ambitious goal will be achieved through delivering high-quality service and creative, innovative initiatives in the tourism industry,” Sharashidze said.
By Mariam Sikharulidze