Ca Mau cape set to become major eco-tourism centre by 2025

Tuesday, 2018-06-26 11:28:19
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Ca Mau cape set to become national eco-tourism centre by 2025
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NDO – Ca Mau cape in the southernmost province of Ca Mau is set to become a major eco-tourism centre for visitors to the Mekong River Delta by 2025, according to a Prime Minister-approved master plan for the development of Ca Mau Cape National Tourism Site towards 2030.

The plan also sets a target that by 2030, the site will meet the national tourism criteria and secure its status as a National Tourism Site.

Under the plan, the core zone prioritised for tourism development will cover Mui, Kinh Dao Tay, Kinh Dao Dong, Rach Tau Dong, Rach Tho, and Khai Long hamlets as well as Dat Mui Commune of Ngoc Hien District, with a total area of about 2,100 ha.

The area will be facilitated with services and entertainment centres, with ecological resorts built in the mangrove forest.

The Ca Mau Cape cultural and tourist park, ecological sites, community-based and craft villages, and Khai Long tourism complex will also be built in the area.

The master plan also makes it clear that the construction and development of the facilities must comply with the law on forest protection and development, environmental protection and biodiversity.