Nam Nung commune is a stop on a tour called “Epic of water and fire” in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong. Taking advantage of its location in the UNESCO Global Geopark, local Mnong people have developed community tourism to promote their traditional culture and earn some extra income.
Ethnic communities have taken up community tourism to earn stable incomes, escape poverty, and preserve their cultural identity. Discovery Vietnam introduces community tourism in Binh Lieu district, Quang Ninh province.
Ba Moi grape farm is 7km from Phan Rang-Thap Cham city in Ninh Thuan province, the largest grape producing area in Vietnam. Ba Moi grape farm in Hiep Hoa hamlet, Ninh Phuoc district, is a famous vineyard and unique eco-tourism destination.
The central province of Quang Binh has allowed the exploitation of natural tourism products in Truong Son commune, Quang Ninh district. This promises to be a new tourism product with beautiful natural scenery, an attractive check-in destination in summer 2023.
Fostering edu-tourism activities has been identified by many educational institutions and parents as a way to help their students and children to enhance both learning and practicing. This form of tourism has a lot of room for further development while contributing to accelerating the recovery of the country's tourism industry.
Eco-tourism is one of the best way for the economic development in Cam Thanh commune (Hoi An city) associated with the conservation of Cu Lao Cham - Hoi An World Biosphere Reserve.
The Dak Lak People’s Committee has just signed a Decision approving technical assistance provision to transform the elephant riding tourism model into an elephant-friendly tourism model, said the provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development on November 10.
The Standing Committee of Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee has determined that outlying Can Gio District will become a high-quality resort and eco-tourism city by 2030.
96% of the population in Binh Lieu district, the northern border province of Quang Ninh, belongs to an ethnic minority. Ten years ago they made a living growing rice, raising animals, and exploiting forest products. Then in 2015 Binh Lieu started attracting tourists. Visitors were all day-trippers because there were no local accommodations for an overnight stay. But that’s changing as local women have begun developing eco-tourism and cultural tourism to take advantage of the local natural beauty and ethnic culture.
Located at the foot of Khau Pha Mountain Pass, It Thai Village is an attractive destination for visitors to Cao Pha Commune, Mu Cang Chai District, Yen Bai Province, thanks to its beautiful landscapes and friendly people.