|Georgia travel tips on money saving, personal safety, sightseeing, and enjoying your trip to the fullest from InfoHub suppliers and community members.
Avoid jet lag on your travel to Armenia!
Submitted by M16029
Remember time in Armenia is GMT + 4 hours.
Depending on which direction you are traveling - east or west and how much sleep you require, you should set your watch to the local time of your destination and sleep
... view more according to that. This helps your body to start the change in its body clock. So set your clock to Yerevan time and try not to sleep until it is close to sleeping time in Yerevan. When you do arrive in Yerevan, and it is daytime, try not to go to sleep, no matter how tired you are. Our tours are designed so that on the first days you will go mostly outdoors and into the sunshine. This helps you to alter your body clock. Sweet dreams and happy traveling!
Avoid culture shock when traveling to Armenia
Submitted by M16029
Traveling to a new destination with unusual habits and traditions can be a traumatic experience. A little research before you leave can help. But the most important thing is to actually leave with an open mind.
... view more such example is that if you are walking down the street in Yerevan and someone throws water over you from a doorway, you should smile at the person that did this, showing your forgiveness. Then your AdvenTour staff will explain that this is special and very popular holiday in Armenia - Water Blessing, VARDEVAR!
Visa to Georgia
List of the countries whose citizens do not need a VISA to enter and stay on the territory of Georgia for 90 days
- All countries of the European Union
- United States of America
... view more Lichtenstein
- the Holy See
- Republic of Turkey
- Republic of China (tourist groups)
- Principality of Andorra
- Republic of Iceland
- United Arab Emirates
- State of Kuwait
- South Korea
- State of Qatar
- Kingdom of Bahrain
- Nationals of CIS Countries (except Russian Federation and Turkmenistan)