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Georgia Earned $ 50 Million From Tourism In April

Georgia Earned $ 50 Million From Tourism In April
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In April 2021, Georgia earned $ 49.9 million from tourism, the figure hit a record high since the pandemic began. In April, Georgia received a total of 82,519 international visitors, which is an increase of 140% compared to 2020.

The growth is due to the flight resumption, as 40% of the visitors came by the air. According to the National Bank of Georgia, the amount of money spent by these visitors is estimated at $ 49.9 million, which is up by 487% compared to April 2020.

Turkey ranks first among the countries by the number of visitors. As of April, 21 thousand visitors came from Turkey in Georgia. Israel is on the second place with 10 thousand visitors.

Number Of International Visitors During April (TOP 15 countries)

1. Turkey - 21,106 visitors, an increase of 48% over the previous year
2. Israel - 10,098 visitors, an increase of 13925% over the previous year
3. Russia - 8,518 visitors, an increase of 125% over the previous year
4. Armenia - 8,331 visitors, an increase of 4% over the previous year
5. Georgia (non-resident) - 8,253 visitors, an increase of 441% over the previous year
6. Ukraine - 5,922 visitors, an increase of 404% over the previous year
7. Azerbaijan - 5,287 visitors, an increase of 107% over the previous year
8. Uzbekistan - 2,711 visitors, an increase of 293% over the previous year
9. Kazakhstan - 1,639 visitors, an increase of 285% over the previous year
10. Belarus - 1,463 visitors, an increase of 77% over the previous year
11. Iran - 1,024 visitors, an increase of 611% over the previous year
12. Germany - 657 visitors, an increase of 1585% over the previous year
13. US - 650 visitors, an increase of 4233% over the previous year
14. India - 553 visitors, an increase of 55200% over the previous year
15. United Kingdom - 490 visitors, an increase of 989% over the previous year.