Programs launched to stimulate summer tourism in Co To
The island district of Co To has launched tourism stimulus programs which highlight a variety of novel and appealing tourism products and services.
As planned, Co To is going to host various exciting cultural and sports events such as a marathon running through beauty spots, a cuisine festival, an exhibition on Co To pine trees, a series of activities celebrating the 62th anniversary of Uncle Ho’s visiting the island, etc.
Tourists visiting Co To are going to enjoy a new product of recreational scuba diving and coral viewing in the Co To Marine Preservation Area on Thanh Lan island.
Another experience that shouldn’t be missed is going camping on the splendid beach of Ba Chau where travellers can enjoy a fun-filled holiday.
Co To is said to have the richest biodiversity in Vietnam with the presence of many typical ecosystems of tropical waters, including concentrated coral reef ecosystems. The island is also home to rare seafood types with high values.
The consistent orientation for the development of Co To island in the coming time is to fully tap its potentials and advantages, seizing opportunities and attracting investment to create strong growth and economic restructuring.
In terms of tourism, the island determines to standardize all tourist activities, develop professional and high-end tourist products in conjunction with environmental preservation.
The local government has already encouraged businesses to offer discounted products and services to lure more tourists.
Regarding transport services, some passenger carriers such as Ka Long and Quang Minh has promoted new services.
In a long run, Co To also targets to implement many activities to attract tourists all year around, especially in the low-season periods of autumn and winter, and pay much attention to promote the images of destinations.
The district has currently deployed a series of solutions to expand tourism space such as building new products in potential areas such as Thanh Lan island, Co To con island, promoting night economy, especially at walking streets.