Mongolia to develop adventure tourism

Before the pandemic, Mongolia welcomed more than 577,000 tourists, generating an economic benefit of USD 607 million in GDP.

The government strives to implement the “Years to Visit Mongolia” program and welcome one million tourists.

Currently, Mongolia has received approximately 600,000 tourists, bringing in one billion dollars in revenue to the country’s economy.

In the framework, Mongolia is going to develop outdoor adventure tourism in future, said Minister of Environment and Tourism of Mongolia B.Bat-Erdene.

According to the Ministry of Environment and Tourism of Mongolia, environmentally friendly and sustainable tourism is a viable approach to establishing a sustainable financing mechanism for nature conservation, as exemplified by the Conservation Trust Fund spearheaded by The Nature Conservancy.

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