Sustainable Tourism Development Project in Mongolia

Improved facilities help transform Khuvsgul Lake and On-on Balj national parks as models of economically inclusive tourism and conservation.

Sustainable tourism development projects are scaling up in Mongolia with support from ADB.

Inclusive planning, waste management, enabling infrastructure, and improved park management are key solution to sustainable tourism at national parks in Mongolia.

The project aims to transform two national parks as models for economically inclusive tourism and conservation in these protected areas through improved park infrastructure, sanitation, and capacity to sustainably manage tourism growth.

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