National Geographic to cover stories about Georgia and promote tourism industry
02 May, 2018
National Geographic to cover stories about Georgia and promote tourism industry
Georgian National Tourism Administration of the Ministry of Economy and sustainable development of Georgia is starting a large scale promotion campaign of Georgia’s touristic potential in cooperation with world’s leading travel and science magazine National Geographic.
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The Georgian government is starting a large scale promotion campaign of Georgia’s touristic potential

The details about the Georgia’s cooperation with world’s largest travel magazine were announced at the press conference held on May 1 by the Vice Prime Minister of Georgia Dimitri Kumsishvili
and the Vice President of National Geographic Annabelle Kanvel.

The conference was also attended by the Travel Partnerships Director of National Geographic, Nitu Kamboj.

New marketing campaign at National Geographic is aimed at the popularizing and promoting Georgia’s upcoming summer and autumn tourist seasons and showcasing the tourist potential of the country throughout the world.
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Details about the Georgia’s cooperation with world’s largest travel magazine were announced at the press conference

The details about the Georgia’s cooperation with world’s largest travel magazine were announced at the press conference

The internet campaign will last from May 14 until October 14. The total cost of the campaign is 250 000 euros.

The internet campaign covers the countries of Europe and the Middle East and the amount of expected impressions might be 4,541,183.
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The conference was also attended by the Travel Partnerships Director of National Geographic, Nitu Kamboj

The planned internet campaign will include 5 stories on National Geographic website, 5 multimedia blogs, online banners and pre-roll advertisement on National Geographic’s Facebook page.
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The tourist information about Georgia will be placed on the main website of National Geographic
Photo by Lukas Jonaitis


The tourist information about Georgia will be placed on the main website of National Geographic within the frames of a campaign. The material will be released by the special guide called Georgia Travel Guide. Moreover, online banners will be placed in the sections of History, Adventure and Travel of Nationalgeographic.com, while the posts will be published on the Facebook page of National Geographic.
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Georgia's Svaneti Region, one of the most attractive places for the tourists

Additionally, before playing the video, the advertisement of Georgia will be shown as pre-roll.

“The planned cooperation will give us the possibility to let our audience know more about Georgia", National Geographic’s vice president Annabelle Kanvel stated after the meeting.
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National Geographic has already been publishing quite exciting and informative stories about Georgia

National Geographic has already been publishing quite exciting and informative stories about Georgia and its capital Tbilisi for years, but internet campaign by National Geographic will be yet another opportunity for those who want to discover more things about this extremely beautiful country with diverse nature and tourist attractions.
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Georgia is distinguished with rich and beautiful nature. Photo by Lukas Jonaitis

As a reminder, National Geographic has recently explored Georgia’s ex-Soviet spa resorts, which used to be the main balneological resorts during Soviet times and attracted many locals and tourists. According to the journalist of the famous travel magazine, abandoned spa resorts look quite depressive nowadays. However, the one can still feel the Soviet pride in them.
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Svaneti, Georgia's remote highland

Additionally, National Geographic Traveler has named Georgia’s seaside city of Batumi, the capital of Adjara Region, in top 10 tourist cities in Europe.

The article called Near the Sun dedicated to Batumi and Georgia’s Ajara Region and it was published in the March issue of the publication.
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Journalist of National Geographic has a special love towards Georgia and its remote region Svaneti

In the article, the journalist named the best places in Batumi: Botanical Garden, Boulevard, Europe Square and other tourist sites.

It is also worth mentioning that Aaron Huey, a journalist for the famous travel magazine, has a special love towards Georgia and its remote region Svaneti. His first visit to one of Georgia’s most beautiful regions was in 1998.
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Svaneti captured by Aaron Huey, the photographer and journalist of National Geographic

He returned to Svaneti after a 14-year-absence in 2014. According to his impressions, the journalist is truly captivated by Georgia’s high mountainous region, its unique culture and nature:
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Aaron Huey with locals in Svaneti

“I had never seen a place like Svaneti. It was very cut off from the world – a one-lane dirt road and no guidebooks. And I arrived during the changing of the seasons in October. There were beautiful colors, beautiful women, great food, dancing, singing, and mountains like I have seen nowhere else in the world. It is different now, lots of tourists and new buildings, but the music is still there. The soul is still there,” this is how he recalls his first visit to the country’s historic highland.

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