Community-Based and Responsible Tourism Network

The Community Based and Responsible Tourism Network field visit

The Community Based and Responsible Tourism Network  (NGO resource Centre) and the Responsible Travel Club are organizing a famil trip to two emerging destinations of Cheng Yen and Ngoc Son-Ngo Long.  This is a great opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of Hanoi, experience undiscovered parts of Vietnam and network with your tourism industry colleagues.           

The trip departs at 4pm on Thursday October 27 and returns at around 5pm on Saturday the 29th of October.

For further information or to book your place, please contact Don Taylor [email protected] or Nguyen Chi [email protected].

Community-Based and Responsible Tourism Network meeting

 

This is the second meeting of Community-Based and Responsible Tourism Network. Please see the detail agenda HERE

Further information, please contact the group chaiman at [email protected]

 

 

Meeting Minutes of Community-Based and Responsible Tourism Network, August 2010

The Meeting Minutes for the August meeting of the Community-Based and Responsible Tourism Network in August 2010 can be read here.

Meeting Minutes of Community-Based and Responsible Tourism Network - Core Group meeting on 25 May 2010

Meeting minutes of Community-Based and Responsible Tourism Network-Core Group on 25 May 2010 can be read here.

Core Group - Meeting Minutes October 2007

Meeting minutes taken at the first Core Group meeting held on the 10th of October, 2007 at the NGO Resource Centre.

These can be downloaded here.

 

Contact Us - Community-Based and Responsible Tourism Network

SNV is currently the focal point of Community-Based and Responsible Tourism Network. For further information on the network, please contact:

     Phil Harman
     Senior Advisor Tourism
     SNV Vietnam
     Floor 6, Building B, 218 Doi Can, La Thanh Hotel, Hanoi
     E: [email protected]
     T: +84-4-38463791
     F: +84-4-38463794

 

About Us - Community-Based and Responsible Tourism Network

In recent years community-based and responsible tourism network has received increasing interest from a range of stakeholders, including international and local development organizations, research institutions, governments of all levels, education and training institutions, the business sector, and local communities – either already involved in tourism or interested in pursuing community-based and responsible tourism.

 

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