Discover the Tara Hategului-Retezat ecotourism destination

Tourism Project

Title in original language: Descoperă destinația ecoturistică Țara Hațegului-Retezat

Country/ies: Romania
Status: Actual projects
Category: Projects and initiatives for sustainable tourism development
Link to the Tourism Strategy: Objective 1 - Establish supportive conditions for sustainable tourism products and services, including development of a marketing scheme for the promotion of the Carpathians as a unique sustainable tourism destination objectives of the strategy
Duration of the project: June 2017 to July 2019
Objectives and results of the project:

Objective 1A – Developing on-line instruments for marketing the destination (mobil application, website
Objective 1B – Increasing destination profile through (domestic and international) travel shows in partnership with AER.
Objective1C –Increasing the communication potential of the guesthouses .
Objective1D – Functional local cycling network.
Objective1E – Increasing the visibility of the destination through signalisation.
Objective 1F – Familiarisation programmes for journalists, bloggers.
Objective1G – Develop the photo nature destination profile.
Objective 2A - Increasing the information and interpretation potential of Hateg Town through a multifunctional information center that also commercialize traditional products.
Objective 2B – Maintenance and development of a good hiking infrastructure
Objective 2C – Development of the information capacity through a new information center at one of the main entrance in the Retezat National Park
Obiectivul 2D – Development of the „bike friendly” guesthouse network
Obiectivul 2F – Amenajarea unui traseu tematic cu acces pentru persoane cu nevoi speciale (locomotorii si deficiente de vedere)

Implementing organization / institution:

Retezat Tourism Association

Total amount of the project: 48 000 Euro
Financing institution(s): Private donor
Name of program(s): Green Entrepreneurship, Romanian American Foundation and Environment Partnership Foundation
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