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The Arctic Hectare programme’s website gives examples of successful development including eco-glamping resorts in Chukotka in the Arctic Circle, a strawberry plantation in the Khabarovsk region and an Arctic poultry farm.
Ecotourism has become a driver of the tourism industry in Russia and has the potential to become one of the sector’s world leaders, according to EcoTourism Expert.
“The ecological types of tourism are developing very dynamically and growing annually by about 25-30 per cent, the number of eco-tourists is expanding and the travellers are getting younger,” said Zarina Doguzova, Russia’s Federal Agency for Tourism’s head.
“A huge number of young people are ready to go to nature and even prefer this type of recreation to more popular beach vacations.”
New trails are being created in nature reserves and national parks to preserve the environment and encourage visitors.
On the new scheme, land is available in the Murmansk Region, the Nenets Autonomous Okrug, the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, the Republic of Karelia, the Komi Republic, and the Arkhangelsk Region.
Over 2,400 people have applied for land in the Murmansk region, followed by the Arkhangelsk region with 883.
from: www.telegraph.co.uk www.telegraph.co.uk
published 2022-02-04 09:27:02