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Last Updated Saturday January 21 2017 03:38 AM IST

Georgia beckons: Are you ready?

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Georgia beckons: Are you ready? Gergeti Trinity Church in Georgia. Photo: Istock

It looks like spot movie tourism is here to stay. 'Billa 2' and 'Irandam Ulagam' shot in Georgia a couple of years ago, have put the former Soviet Union country in the spotlight. The rugged mountains, a spectacular Black sea coastline and picturesque locations have made it one of those exotic places that movie makers keep an eye out for. And for the common man, yet another new destination.

According to reports, Georgia has witnessed 81% growth in Indian tourists visiting the country during the first nine months of 2015 (January-September) as compared to the same period last year, said a top official of the Georgian National Tourism Administration.

In a bid to boost up the number of visitors to the country, Air Arabia and Georgian National Tourism Administration hosted a road show in Delhi and Mumbai. The aim was to foster a close working relationship with key members of the travel industry.

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