Border crossings reports Georgia-Armenia

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Border crossings reports Georgia-Armenia

Post by Napsju »

Hello :)

I noticed there are border crossings defined on this page in blue: "Not researched and updated" However, for two of them I have reports to be added:

1) Georgia-Armenia Sadakhlo / Baghratashen crossing
- 11-nov-2013 Open to foreigners. Into Armenia: No visa needed for Dutch national. Singaporean with prearranged printed E-Visa (US$10). No problems there. Our rental car from Tbilisi needed a special prearranged permit to be temporarily exported into Armenia. Ask the rental agency in advance. Cost: US$30. Car insurance is compulsory and must be bought at the border. Cost US$15 for 7 days. Smooth procedures, no bribes, all set in 30 minutes. Remember to retain all documents gathered at the border. You'll need it to bring the car back to Georgia. Bank and ATM at the Armenian side available.

2) Armenia-Georgia Bavra crossing
- 15-nov-2013 Open to foreigners. Into Georgia: No visa needed for Dutch and Singaporean nationals. Our Georgia licensed rental car needed to be cleared at some small building at the Armenia side. Cost: US$10. Smooth procedures, no bribes, all set in 30 minutes.
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Post by QuentinT »

Bavra crossing : The road is really difficult on the Georgian part for few km. It is rideable but it takes more time than usual. We were on bicycle and we rode at the same speed as trucks.
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Post by Graindum »

We're a family with a van

Bavra crossing :
In the armenian side, we paid some 100€ of different taxes of ecology, road tax and some other I don't remember. And also insurrance which was 15 euros I think.

Gogavan crossing :
There is 13km of mud track after the border in the Georgian side. (but no queue at the border)
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