New tourism stimulus program unveiled in Ca Mau
Aimed at motivating domestic tourism, a promising tourism stimulus program has recently been launched in Ca Mau.
Named “Ca Mau - Destination of 2021”, this event includes a cluster of various activities, such as marathon race, the Nghinh Ong (whale worshiping) Festival, an exhibition showcasing local products, cultural-artistic activities, and farm trips to local tourism areas as a part of the plan to develop agritourism.
Mangrove Forest in Ca Mau - Vietnam
Due to Covid-19’s fallout, the number of tourists to Ca Mau in 2020 decreased by more than 56% compared to 2019, resulting in a downturn of over 71% in revenue.
At the moment, many hotels and travel agents in the locality are offering discounts. Entrance at The Ca Mau Cape area is also offered free of charge to teachers and students nationwide.
Thanks to its increasingly developed infrastructure system, Ca Mau - the southernmost province of Vietnam – has built up 2 tourist areas and 14 community-based ecotourism sites. The most popular attractions in Ca Mau include Ca Mau, U Minh Ha National Park, Hon Da Bac, Mui Ca Mau National Park, Dat Mui Tourist Site, etc.
This program is a collective effort of the province to develop the tourism potential and alleviate pandemic impacts at the same time.
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