Opening up a new ‘product’; Diversifying tourism to benefit local communities


Tourists coming into the country will now have the chance to live in the wild, amid hundreds of species of animals, birds and plants.Diversifying tourism products, Bhutan’s 10 "protected" areas will now be opened for tourists, an outcome of a memorandum of understanding signed between the tourism council of Bhutan (TCB) and the ministry of agriculture and forests (MoAF). Protected areas make up 51.44 percent of the country.

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