(QNO) - Quang Nam province has just made tourism regulations to conserve marine and forest biodiversity, natural resources, cultural and historical features in Cham Islands- a World Biosphere Reserve in Tan Hiep commune, Hoi An city.
|A view of Cham Islands|
Accordingly, the regulations are applied to Cham Islands residents, tourists, businesses and national agencies that work in tourism activities for sustainable tourism development in this area.
|Cham Islands is very attractive to tourists|
Since being recognized as the World Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO, Cham Islands has maintained a balance between conservation and development, changing the locals’ awareness. However, it still faces several challenges threating to the environment, landscapes, ecosystems and biodiversity and livelihood development for the locals.