Green tourism becomes a new product when Quang Nam reopens to visitors after two years of lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
(TITC) - On November 13, Chairman of Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT), Mr. Nguyen Trung Khanh attended the seminar "Binh Dinh activates green tourism: Safe destination, attractive experience" taking place at FLC Quy Nhon International Convention Center, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province.
Several places of historical and scenic interests in the central province of Thua Thien Hue, such as the Thanh Toan tile-roofed bridge and the Tomb of Emperor Gia Long, will be connected in a tour aiming to attract domestic tourists back to the province in the post-pandemic period.
Mr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, Director of the Institute for Tourism Development Research (ITDR) under VNAT, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, said that Hue tourism, with its available resources, would be favorable to build green tourism development models.
(TITC) - In recent years, Da Nang City has focused on developing green tourism based the favorable natural conditions with mountainous areas and nice beaches. The green tourism development is considered as the right choice of the Da Nang authorities and investors when mobilizing tourism resources in mountains and sea areas to orient sustainable tourism development.
Reserving a 2,600sq.m garden in Đong Na village in Cam Ha commune – a farming intensive suburban area of Hoi An – local farmers and businesses have joined hands to debut the first zero-waste agriculture and tourism zone in promoting ‘green’ tourism product in the tourism hub.
Yen Duc village tourism is a unique tourism product, contributing to promoting the image of Vietnamese villages, especially connecting international tourists to heritage tours - the Natural Wonder Ha Long Bay.
The central province of Binh Thuan will implement some major projects in service of tourism development on Phu Quy by 2030, towards turning the island into a destination of green tourism.
The Mekong Delta city of Can Tho is planning a green tourism village project to help the local tourism sector develop sustainably.
As a leading attractive destination in the region, Viet Nam has seen spectacular and strong growths in tourism and defined green tourism as a ‘key’ for the sector’s sustainable development.