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I want to hire a SAGA Certified Guide for a Client I want information about Hiring a Guide & Travel Tips for Georgia I want the latest SAGA news, events, & trainings available I’m interested in joining the association/becoming a guide Monthly Seminars – June 2016 In spite of a highly active season, we’re so pleased that our association members still find time to attend our monthly seminars!In June, SAGA in cooperation with Georgian National Library hosted a seminar about local Georgian grape varieties and traditional Georgian viticulture, which was lead by Nikoloz Natroshvili (Head of Alco-laboratory in GWS wine factory).Monthly Seminars – July 2016 What makes Georgia so special? –Most commonly the answers are wine, cuisine, cultural heritage, traditions and landscape. An incredible part of Georgia’s Landscape are its caves. Due to our summer vacation in August, our next monthly seminar will be held on September 14 GAB – Guiding As a Business 10 Member Guides of the Georgian Association of Guides took part and successfully completed the Peace Corps USAID funded Small Assistance Project Grant ‘Guiding as a Business’ on July 12, 2016.
The sweat is blanketing my eyes, fatigues are steamy; the taste of blood in my mouth is unbearable and temples are pounding heavily. Short streaks forward, bits of bricks, chips of concrete and broken glass everywhere. All of it, in one word could be called a madhouse, almost no interaction anywhere. The Chinese say that everything growing and moving is eatable.
Information and potential for discovering beautiful and ancient caves in Georgia were presented by Nikoloz Tushabramishvili. The trainees attended sessions focused on these topic areas and then used this knowledge to work in groups to create 4 new tours in the Tbilisi area.