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Dong Nai greenlights eco-tourism project in nature reserve

The Saigon Times

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HCMC – Authorities of Dong Nai Province have approved a VND1-trillion eco-tourism project within the Dong Nai Culture and Nature Reserve.

The project envisions 51 eco-tourism locations offering relaxation, entertainment, and outdoor activities. Private investment will cover VND971 billion of the project’s cost, with the remaining amount sourced from the provincial budget.

Planned locations within the project include Bau Hao, Battlefield D, Tri An Lake and its islands, and Safari, where visitors could engage in various recreational activities such as water sports, forest cycling, camping, and wildlife observation.

According to Nguyen Hoang Bao, director of the Dong Nai Culture and Nature Reserve, the project will establish a legal framework for preserving natural resources and promoting tourism within the reserve, thereby contributing to the province’s overall tourism development.

The 100,000-hectare Dong Nai Culture and Nature Reserve boasts diverse natural and cultural resources, including stunning natural landscapes and rich cultural and historical heritage.

In 2012, Tri An-Dong Nai Inland Water Conservation Area was designated as a World Biosphere Reserve, joining the ranks of Cat Tien National Park and Ramsar Bau Sau.

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