Sustainable and green tourism in Quang Nam

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The direction to Quang Nam tourism after Covid-19 is the development of sustainable and green tourism models that are friendly to environment and promote heritage values.

Phu Ninh Lake, a new eco-tourism product. Photo: baochinhphu.vn
Phu Ninh Lake, a new eco-tourism product. Photo: baochinhphu.vn
 

The number of tourists to Quang Nam in the first 6 months of 2020 decreased compared to the same period of 2019 due to Covid-19. However, the quantity of local visitors increased, which encourages the renovation in provincial tourism.

Therefore, Quang Nam is determined to implement the plan for recovering the provincial tourism market via environmentally friendly green tourism products.

Phu Ninh Lake eco-tourism site is one of them. It is considered as a Green Pearl of Quang Nam, about 10 km from Tam Ky city. Visitors can enjoy several interesting activities for recreation and relaxation there.

Ha Gia Eco-lodge and Riverside is another site for tourism. It is situated in Dien Duong ward of Dien Ban district, about 10 km from Danang city and 20 km from Hoi An.

Located along the Co Co River, Ha Gia Eco-lodge and Riverside is an ideal place for those who want to be relaxed in the hot summer, especially its 3000-m2 sun-flower garden and the Zip line.

My Son Sanctuary, a UNESCO world cultural heritage is also an impressive post-Covid-19 tourist attraction. Thanks to the connection between world cultural heritages throughout the country, the site has attracted more and more visitors.

Quang Nam green tourism product. Photo: baochinhphu.vn
Quang Nam green tourism product. Photo: baochinhphu.vn
 

Tourism in combination with preservation and promotion of heritage values makes My Son Sanctuary a typical attraction of Quang Nam tourism.

The post-Covid19 tourism in Quang Nam has a lot of changes and renovations with the goal of sustainable tourism development. Green tourism is identified as the key with several types such as community-based tourism, ecotourism, cultural and historical tourism.