VND2.8-trillion eco-tourism project approved in Dong Nai
  • | | June 14, 2024 07:01 AM
Authorities of the southern province of Dong Nai have approved a VND2.8 trillion (USD110 million) eco-tourism project.

The project covers 480 hectares at Tan Phu Forest in Dinh Quan District. Work is scheduled to be carried out from this year to 2030.


Tan Phu Forest in Dong Nai (photo by Hoang Binh)

The project's highlights will be the rock formations in Mai and Chin Chi waterfalls, Bat Cave, and rivers and streams.

The site is expected to attract 330,000 visitors and generate an annual revenue of VND176 billion in 2025. By 2030, the figures are expected to reach 730,000 and VND460 billion, respectively.

Once put into operation, the project is hoped to generate 2,000 jobs for residents by 2030.

It has been the first eco-tourism project in the forest approved in Dong Nai.

Tan Phu Forest covers 18,000 hectares, stretching the two districts of Tan Phu and Dinh Quan.

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