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Sustainable Tourism Strategy for the Coruh Valley, North East Anatolia

The Çhoruh Valley in East Anatolia, Turkey is a beautiful mountainous area with much natural and cultural tourism potential.  The UNDP program approaches tourism in a sustainable and sensitive manner given the unique local culture and biodiversity.

Sustainable Tourism Strategy for the Coruh Valley, North East Anatolia

The Journey strategy project with UNDP and UNWTO started off with a human resource development plan, which included recommendations for short courses in basic hospitality (catering, front of house, etc.) and tourism services (guiding, tour operating, etc.).  The second phase entailed drafting a strategy for positioning the area as an outdoor and nature-based destination, with an emphasis on sustainable tourism development.

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