Motorcycle Travel Guides
Money: ATMs can be found in main cities and towns throughout Georgia and there are plenty of banks that exchange USD into Lari.
Larger hotels and restaurants accept card for transactions.
Currency: Georgian lari ლ
Food: Roadside pastries £0.50 – £3, Restaurant £3 – £8
Wild camping is easy in Georgia. There are also plenty of paid campsites too if you prefer.
Dorms and home-stays £2-£10. Mid-range hotel £10 – £30
Petrol: £0.64 litre
High: July – Aug
Can be hot for riding but great for mountain rides and hiking or sticking to the Black Sea.
Cities are very hot with temps reaching 40°C
Mid: July and Sept – Oct
Mid season is the perfect time to visit Georgia if you want to travel around the whole country. It’s warm and sunny, but can get cold at night when camping in mountainous areas.
Low: Nov – Feb
Riding isn’t recommended as it’s too cold. Eastern Georgia can fall below freezing.
Visa:Georgia is visa free for a huge list of countries including the UK, European Union and the USA
Carnet: Not needed.
Temporary Import: Sorted at border.
International Driver’s Permit: Not needed but worth having.
Insurance: Compulsory. You must get insurance once you cross the border.
Check out the Motorcycle Travel Guide: Caucasus for more information.
Keep in mind that if you exit to Armenia, you can not go from Armenia to Azerbaijan. You must return to Georgia and then go to Azerbaijan. It’s not a problem to do this. For more info visit the Caucasus Motorcycle Travel Guide.
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