VOV.VN - Community-based tourism in Ha Giang no longer centers only on culinary experiences, but also presents opportunities discover the rich local culture and the natural beauty of the region.
VOV.VN - Lang Son has recently focused on developing a community eco-tourism model to take advantage of its ethnic cultural diversity and natural beauty.
VOV.VN - Quang Binh is endowed with pristine natural scenery. In recent years, local people have turned to developing community-based tourism.
Feasting the eyes with tree-lined tracks, typical Hue-style garden houses, ancient ruong houses, as well as the making of paper lotus and incense sticks are among a thousands of things that impress foreigners when engaging in a community-based tours in Thua Thien-Hue province.
The Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap is currently home to 73 community-based tourist attractions in Lai Vung and Thap Muoi districts and Cao Lanh city.
A rising trend among visitors to Vietnam is that of escaping the noisy urban areas and finding peace and tranquility in a rural space, enjoying the fresh air, dishes cooked by local people and altogether slower pace of life. Responding to the increasing demand, tourism operators have been offering guidance to local people to help them harness this opportunity.
Community-based tourism is considered a new way to attract more tourists to Hanoi, which covers a large suburban area with enticing local lifestyle and culture.
VOV.VN - Chi commune in Xuan Giang village, Ha Giang province, 300km from Hanoi on provincial highway 183, is attracting a growing number of tourists.
Quang Nam, home to the World Heritage Sites of Hoi An ancient town and My Son sanctuary, is following new paths in tourism development, focusing on community-based tourism that both promotes and supports the local cultural identity.
A UNESCO representative recommended the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho apply the national strategy for community-based tourism development during a working session with the municipal People’s Committee on December 14.
VOV.VN - Mong ethnic people in Sin Sui Ho hamlet, Lai Chau province, have been developing community-based tourism to leverage its natural beauty and unique cultural values.