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Publication of a Travel Essay (Jeju)

The World Heritage Headquarters of Jeju Special Self-Governing Province has published 'Ever been to Jeju Island Biosphere Reserve?' The book is comprised of three interrelated zones, known as the core area, the buffer zone, and a transition zone that characterize a biosphere reserve. As part of the project to promote ecotourism and branding, 12 locations with high interest in the reserve are selected and introduced in the book.
The book consists of information on historical background and cultural elements and travel tips to each zone, ecotourism programs, etc. This publication was initiated by Jeju Ecotourism Association and developed by the financial support of World Heritage Headquarters, Jeju Special Self-Governing Province. To further efforts to sustainably use and conserve natural resources in residential areas, Jeju Island Biosphere Reserve has carried out various educational projects to achieve the ultimate goals of UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme.

Type: Economic development

Field of activity: Promotion of ecotourism, nature tourism, network of hiking trails, …
 

Responsible body: Jeju Island Biosphere Reserve, World Heritage Headquarters

Period: 2019

Contact: Kwangsub Jang - jessefly@naver.com

Area of operation: Jeju BR

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