Green tourism on significant rise since pandemic
As hotels and resorts start to stay away from the limelight due to pandemic conditions, green tourism makes its moves to thrust in. Itchy feet still itch? What is better than preserving distancing in a nature-surrounded cottage. And Vietnam may be a promised land to place your bet thanks to the abundance of green lands.
The eco-tourism trend begins when people in bustle cities zoom in their maps to find rural areas to ditch the money pressure. And it now hit the top with the social distance condition. Pushed by the soaring demands of wellness and green tourism, many establishments have opened to provide the service. From local homes, craft villages, to private farms, the bucolic life is right on the table. A trip to ethnic houses among Mu Cang Chai golden fields, or fruit plantations in Luc Ngan district in Bac Giang, or to floating hutches in the Mekong River Delta sure is the most welcomed in late 2020. Travelers can grip understanding of the surrounding culture while planting trees, collecting honey, or fishing on the river.
More and more people moving to major cities in the future means the need for green tourism for fresh experience can increase. This trend can also boost the land's economic status, so no need to say, the locals invested in the development plan more than anyone.
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