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SAGA & GNTA MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT
On Friday, the 22nd of April, The President of the Georgian Association of Guides, Kety Meladze, and the Head of the Georgian National Tourism Administration, Giorgi Chogovadze, signed a memorandum of agreement between the Georgian Association and GNTA which stated that in moving towards recognition of Tour Guiding as a profession, GNTA will support, recognize and use the certified members of the association for any future guiding needs of the Georgian Tourism Administration
INFOTOUR: VAZIANI WINE COMPANY
Members of the Georgian Association of Guides enjoyed a beautiful day in Kakheti this past weekend visiting Vaziani Company . The Guides toured the recently renovated wine production facilities and had a delightful afternoon tasting Vaziani wines and enjoying the incredible view. A big thank you to Vaziani Company for the opportunity to check out another great stop & (FREE WINE TASTING destination) for tourists!
NEW & UPCOMING AT SAGA
Founded in 2010 and a member of both the World Federation of Tourist Guide Association (WFTGA) and Federation of European Tourist Guide Associations (FEG), The Georgian Association of Guides supports certified professional tourist guides working throughout Georgia. The association provides professional development, networking, and training opportunities for its members, connects its members with the wider tourism industry, and cooperates with the Georgian National Tourism Administration and International Partners to promote and strengthen the tourist guide profession in Georgia.
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As a SAGA Member since 2010, I have listened to lectures, attended seminars, and had wine-tastings—all made possible by the Georgian Association of Guides. I found the training in Yerevan offered by the WTGA especially fruitful. In my opinion it is immensely important to have a certain union for tourist guides. There was nothing like this before. We share knowledge, ideas and experiences and we give advice to one another. It is good to know we aren't facing problems alone and the association is here to support us. We understand and discuss different issues. In our field experience matters greatly. I consider being a part of the Georgian Association of Guides very useful and I greatly appreciate this organization.