Georgia Department of Economic Development, USA


Visitors to Georgia’s tourism destinations have easy access to an advanced transportation infrastructure that is unrivaled anywhere else in the country. Georgia’s top-ranked roads put visitors in reach of nearly limitless tourism opportunities in metro Atlanta and throughout the state, including mountains, beaches, canyons, waterfalls, parks, forests, vineyards, professional sports teams and Southern cuisine from award-winning chefs.


Businesses in Georgia’s tourism industry will:

  • Ensure high consumer and business traffic by positioning themselves at the crossroads of north-south and east-west travel in North America
  • Lower operating costs with electrical power costs well below the national average
  • Establish operations in a proven consumer and business market that generates a strong and steady flow of in-state, out-of-state, and international tourism visits
  • Rely on Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world’s most traveled airport
  • Utilize nine Regional Tourism Project Managers for assistance and expertise
  • Have professional tourism specialists greet more than 13 million visitors at Georgia’s front porch, our 12 visitor information centers
  • Post special offers on the state’s tourism website and the mobile travel guide
  • Promote destinations or services through the Georgia Travel Guide, Georgia Eats culinary guide, more than 10 social media platforms, Group Tour Planner, 1-800 VISIT GA,, mobile travel guide, press releases, domestic and international trade shows, state-wide advertising campaigns, e-newsletters and more

Nerissa Serrano-Okiye