Georgian Tourism Association
is an organisation of Private Tourism Companies, Hotels and Wina companies in Georgia. The association was founded in 2006 to promote the
- cooperation between the tourism companies in Georgia;
- cooperation between private and public sector;
- capacity building and quality management for tourism services;
- accessibility of tourism information and country marketing;
- sustainable tourism development in Georgia;
- regional tourism development.
Georgian Tourism Association works on product development in incoming, domestic and outgoing tourism.
GTA supports the creation of local tourism associations and offers active partnership. The association stands for the improvement of tourism service quality and capacity building. GTA is committed to nature protection and sustainable tourism development in Georgia. Together with our partners we work for country marketing and improvements of tourism information.
GTA carries out projects to improve tourism development in Georgia in partnership with Georgian National Tourism Administration, Agency of Protected Areas, international Organisations (USAID, GIZ Private Sector Development project, GIZ regional communal development project, Eurasia Foundation, SDC, IUCN and etc.), local partners (i.e. Elkana, Geoland and etc.) and its member companies.
Every tourism organizations with legal business practices is invited become a member.
Share Information, Lobbying & Private Public Dialogue, Capacity Building & Educational Trainings and Seminars, Advertisement for members, Participation to the Tourism Fairs, Participation to the Tourism Related Events in Georgia and Abroad.
GTA is the member of:
Georgian Tourism Association was signed of UNWTO Global Code of Ethics for Tourism on 4 April 2017
- UNWTO Knowledge Networking
- GSTC (Global Sustainable Tourism Council)
- GCCI (Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry)
- ICC (International Chamber of Commerce)
- Tourism Advisory Board in Georgia
- GTA is one of the founder of the Economic Policy Advocacy Coalition (EPAC)