17 January - Thursday
ALL DAY – PRE-TOUR ARRIVALS & Preparations
Lunch at Leisure
Dinner at Leisure

18 January - Friday
09:00 am – 19:00 pm – Pre-Tour / ARRIVAL & REGISTRATION CHECK IN
Lunch at Leisure
Dinner at Leisure

19 January - Saturday
ALL DAY – Pre-Tour / ARRIVAL & REGISTRATION CHECK IN

20 January - Sunday
09:00 am – 18:00 pm - Pre-Tour, ARRIVAL to Convention Venue
19:30 pm – 23:00 pm – Welcome Cocktail function - ALL
20:30 pm – Group Photograph

21 January - Monday
06:30 am – Breakfast room opens
07:00 am – 07:30 am – Georgian Dance lesson / Daily stretches
09:00 am - 13:00 pm – OPENING CEREMONY & KEYNOTE SPEAKER
(08:30 am – 19:00 pm) - Hospitality Desk – Foyer 2nd Floor
TBC - Press Conference
13:00 pm – 14:00 pm - Lunch
14:00 pm – 16:00 pm – Excursion: Afternoon City Tour – meet at Hospitality Desk
20:00 pm - 22:00 pm - Dinner & Entertainment

22 January - Tuesday
06:30 am - Breakfast room opens
07:00 am – 07:30 am - Georgian Dance lesson / Daily stretches
09:00 am – 13:00 pm - Excursion: Visit to the Tbilisi Flea Market, Dry Bridge
13:00 pm – 14:00 pm - Lunch
14:00 pm – 19:00 pm - Excursion: Visit to the Georgian National Museum and Treasury (meet at Hospitality Desk) /Leisure time
19:00 pm – 22:00 pm - Informal Dinner & Entertainment

23 January - Wednesday

06:30 am - Breakfast room opens
07:00 am – 07:30 am - Georgian Dance lesson / Daily stretches
09:00 am – 11:30 am - Leisure Time, Excursion: Visit to the Tbilisi Flea Market Dry Bridge
11:30 am – 13:30 pm – Workshop 7
13:30 pm – 14:30 pm - Lunch
14:30 pm – 17:00 pm - Excursion: Visit to the Georgian National Museum and Treasury (meet at
Hospitality Desk) /Leisure time
17:00 pm – 20:00 pm - Shopping time at the Galleria, Tbilisi
20:00 pm - Dinner at Leisure

24 January - Thursday
06:30 am - Breakfast room opens
07:00 am – 07:30 am - Georgian Dance lesson / Daily stretches
09:30 am – 18:00 pm – Leisure Time
18:15 pm – 18:45 pm - Vehicles depart to Secret Dinner venue
19:00 pm /30 - CLOSING GALA DINNER
(Note: short distance of outdoor walking required, therefore coat and appropriate shoes required)
23:00 pm – 00:00 am - Vehicles depart to Convention Hotel

25 January - Friday
09:00 am – 11:15 am - CLOSING CEREMONY (compulsory attendance)
11:15 am – 12:00 pm - Attendance certificates & memory sticks handed out
Tea/Coffee served
12:00 pm - 13:15 pm - CHECK OUT/ Airport Transfers/ POST-TOUR DEPARTURES (packed lunches)

 

 

CONFERENCE NEWS

ITGD 2018 in Georgia - International Tourist Guide Day

14-03-2018

21st of February is celebrated around the world as an International Tourist Guide day

Site inspection for WFTGA Convention 2019 in January 2018

01-02-2018

WFTGA President – Alushca Ritchie and Vice-President Mary Kemp Clarke came to Georgian in January 2018 for site inspection.

HOT and TtT Trainings for Georgian Guides

08-01-2018

In December 2017 12 guides were trained by international trainers. The training course started on December 8 and ended on...

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KETY  MELADZE

President of Georgian Guides Association

Dear World Ambassadors – you are more than welcome in Georgia!
It is a great honor for us to host WFTGA 2019 Convention, and I look forward to seeing you in Georgia soon, hoping that reunion of our big family on the world’s historical crossroad will be unforgettable and interesting for you

 

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