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Two projects from Sakhalin take part in the competition for the development of ecotourism

Two projects from Sakhalin take part in the competition for the development of ecotourism
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The competition for the development of ecotourism, organized by the Agency for Strategic Initiatives, involves two projects from Sakhalin. The first All-Russian competition on the development of ecotourism was supported by the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade and the Federal Agency for Tourism.

According to the press service of the Sakhalin government, there were 115 applications filed from 68 regions of Russia. The Laguna Busse and South Kuril clusters will participate from the island region.

The Laguna Busse project includes popular tourist routes, including Cape Velikan, Aniva Lighthouse, Mount Kruzenshtern, Chaika Bay and Cape Trudny. The South Kuril Cluster covers the territory of the Shikotan and Kunashir Islands. Here are more than 20 tourist routes, an abundance of thermal springs, places for fishing and extreme tourism.

On July 28, the competition committee will select the TOP-30 applications from participants who will develop ecotourism development projects for the second stage of the competition. Then ten winners will be selected and announced on October 16th. They will receive the right to implement their projects.

Additionally launched a popular vote. To do this, go to the site https://priroda.life, log in through a convenient social network, select the region in the "geography" tab.


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