EU Supports Kakheti Rural and Tourism Potential through Summer Camps

The Akhalkalaki Location Action Group recently organized a EU-support youth summer camp, one that proved a little bit different from the standard summer camps: focusing on ways to promote regional development and tourism in Kakheti.

Participants were given the opportunity to visit cultural, historical and leisure locations and to learn traditional local crafts such as the art of creating Georgian tablecloths and preparing local dishes.

The summer camp was supported by the European Neighborhood Program for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD) which is aimed at reducing rural poverty in Georgia.

By Antoine Dewaest

Photo: EU Neighbors east


02 August 2018 13:07