In order to better demonstrate the tourism potential of Georgian municipalities, working meetings with target Municipalities still are being held within the framework of the project “Green Tourism and Historical Heritage”.
Project staff – Tatiana Bokuchava and Avtandil Osephaishvili – organised working meetings the aim of which was provision of information to the representatives of Lanchkhuti, Kobuleti and Poti municipalities on the new initiative – to create individual virtual guides for project target municipalities. In this respect Municipalities should identify those destinations for the virtual tour which better corresponds to the green tourism and historical heratage in the region.
The meetings were also dedicated to the discussion of the organisation of the third international workshop planned in 2020 Spring within the framework of the Black Sea Cooperation project but postponed due to the COVID 19 Pandemic. As the representatves of the partner countries are not able to travel to Georgia due to the COVID 19 Pandemic situation the workshop will take place this Spring partially online format and the study visit will be pressented to the particiapnts via virtual travel video which NALAG will prepare specially for the workshop.
During the meeting with Kobuleti Municipality was also discussed the preparation of the touristic brochure which will be developed within the project for the better popularization of Kobuleti municipality.
It should be noted that similar brochures have already been produced for Poti and Lanchkhuti municipalities, which were handed over to local government officials several months ago.