By Mary Charie / 17/01/2017

Georgia Visa Guide

Georgia Visa Guide

When I jumped on the spontaneous decision to go to Georgia, honestly, I was mostly drawn to their world-class wine! It was one of the best spontaneous decisions I’ve ever made! I was in Georgia for three weeks and was able to travel almost everywhere, even tried to do paragliding for the first time! I hope this Georgia visa guide will be useful for you and I hope that you will enjoy your trip out there!

More than half of the world is welcome to visit Georgia free of visa. Travellers who wish to visit Georgia could stay longer compared to the usual visa-free (30 days) rules of other countries. Find out below if you need a visa when entering Georgia, it’s quite easy and straightforward:

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Countries with free visa for 90 days

  • Chile (90 days)
  • Uruguay (90 days)

Countries with free visa for 45 days

  • Iran (45 days)


Some nationalities are allowed to acquire an e-visa before entering Georgia. Make sure that you submit your e-visa application as early as possible because the processing time takes some days. The e-visa application costs $20 USD, this is non-refundable if your visa is denied.

During the process, your personal details will be asked, you also need to upload a copy of your passport, and your bank card (VISA, MasterCard) will be needed when paying.

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Countries that must obtain an e-Visa beforehand

For Countries in Africa, Central, and South America, check HERE.

Apply e-Visa HERE

Holders of a valid visa or residence permit from EU/EFTA/GCC, Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea the UK, and the US can enter Georgia and stay for maximum 90 days in a 180-day cycle. The said visa or permit should be valid when you enter Georgia.

If you are undecided if you should go and explore this country, check out why you should go to Georgia.



Georgia Visa Guide

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Mary Charie

She's the person behind this blog. Torn between her itchy feet and writing, Mary found herself soaking up in the world of travel blogging. She travels on her own terms and tries to build her own world whilst pushing herself into every corner of life, breaking limit beyond her capabilities.


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