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More than 1,4 thousand tourists arrived under the charter program in Buryatia

More than 1,4 thousand tourists arrived under the charter program in Buryatia
Photo: egov-buryatia.ru

The results of the charter program to support domestic tourism were summed up in Buryatia. In just three months, the region was visited by more than 1,4 thousand tourists.

According to the press service of the government of Buryatia, yesterday the tenth flight from Moscow took off in Ulan-Ude. In such a short time, 1 tourists arrived in the region.

The developed routes included visits to the most interesting and iconic places in the republic. The program included excursions around the Ivolginsky Datsan, acquaintance with the Semeiski culture in the Tarbagatai village, with the life and customs of the Buryats in the Steppe Nomad ethno complex.

The charter program not only contributed to the development of domestic tourism, but also supported the industry during the pandemic. The total tourist flow in June-August 2020 amounted to 74 thousand people.

At the same time, as noted by the Minister of Tourism of Buryatia, Maria Badmatsyrenova, it was possible to prevent outbreaks of coronavirus among visitors. All accommodation facilities, public spaces and other organizations involved in tourism have complied with the recommended sanitary and epidemiological measures.

Charter flight program to the region began on 4 July with the support of the Federal Agency for Tourism. The tour operator TUI Russia took over the implementation of the tourist product.

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