BenThanh Tourist contributes to greening Phong Dien Forest

With the message “Preserve the Forest for the Future,” BenThanh Tourist this year has joined hands with the Gaia Nature Conservation Center to help green the impoverished forests in Phong Dien in Thua Thien Hue Province.

Moc Chau National Tourist Area focus green and sustainable development

(TITC) - On 18 May 2024, the People's Committee of Son La province coordinated with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to organize a tourism promotion conference "Orientation for green and sustainable developing in Moc Chau National Tourist Area".

Experience slowly and sustainable tourism on luxury train in Vietnam

(TITC) - Vietnam tourism offers new travel type for slower and more sustainable tourism through the experience of traveling by luxury train along the poetic South Central region.

Explore the ecosystem of Bidoup - Nui Ba National Park (Lam Dong Province)

(TITC) - Bidoup - Nui Ba National Park in Lam Dong Province is an ideal destination for tourists who want to explore wild nature, enjoy fresh, cool air and the subtropical forest ecosystem, with hundreds of animal species and thousands of plant species…

Disposable plastic products are banned in the island communes of Van Don (Quang Ninh)

(TITC) - From 27th April 2024, visitors to the island communes of Van Don District (Quang Ninh Province) are not allowed to carry any disposable plastic products. Specifically, disposable plastic is prohibited from 5 island communes: Quan Lan, Minh Chau, Ngoc Vung, Thang Loi, and Ban Sen.

Training on responsible tourism associated with nature and wildlife conservation

(TITC) - On 25 - 26 April 2024, in Tam Dao town, Vinh Phuc Province, the Vietnam National Authority of Tourism in collaboration with the Vietnam CITES Management Authority and WWF - Vietnam organized the program "Training on responsible tourism associated with nature and wildlife conservation”.

Community-based tourism in Da Nang: Harmony between protecting nature and exploiting indigenous resources

Authorities in Da Nang’s Hoa Vang District and people involving community-based tourism are always trying their efforts to ensure the harmony between protecting nature and exploiting indigenous resources. For them, treating mountains, forests and nature well is the guideline for promoting the development of sustainable tourism.

Tourism keen on promoting green transformation for sustainable development

Tourism is still the brightest economic sector in the first months of this year. In the first quarter of 2024, the country attracted more than 4.6 million international visitors, up 72 percent compared to the same period last year.

Dak Lak: Experience elephant-friendly tourism at Yok Don National Park

(TITC) - Instead of riding elephants, visitors to Yok Don National Park, Buon Don District, Dak Lak Province, will go to the forest to visit and learn about the daily activities of elephants, watch elephants from afar, watch them eat, drink, bathe, roam in the forest... Elephants roam the forest without being chained or a chair on their backs to carry tourists.

Hue City: Strong growth in harmony with sustainable criteria

For the 3rd time in a row, Hue City won the ASEAN Clean Tourism City Award - an opportunity for Hue's tourism sector to effectively market its tourism business activities. With many solutions adopted by the province, maintaining the clean tourism city brand is also synonymous with strong growth in harmony with sustainable criteria.