Indonesia Ecotourism | Tourism Minister praised the support from the Environment and Forestry Ministry to draw 1.5Million international visitors to Indonesia’s ecotourism spots as part of the “Indonesia Incorporated” initiative.[/mk_fancy_title][vc_column_text]
The number will shore up the Tourism Ministry’s target of 15 million international visitors this year. Currently, ecotourism contributes 35% of Indonesia’s entire income from the tourism sector.
#Indonesia has many potential world-class#ecotourism sites, including the Bromo Tengger Natural Park, Komodo National Park, Kawah Ijen Banyuwangi Natural Park and Tanjung Puting National Park.
The Environment Ministry’s director of natural resources and conservation Ismugiono confirmed his office will start contributing more to the tourism sector.
“We will develop Indonesia ecotourism in our conservation areas. This year, we’re targeting 1.5 million foreign and 20 million domestic tourists.”
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