Promulgating the regulation on management of beaches in Con Dao district

Monday - 27/05/2019 17:00
Along with changes in the appearance of sea tourism; This year, Con Dao district has implemented many solutions to enhance the management of tourist beaches to best serve the needs of tourists.

On 15/9/2017, the People's Committee of Con Dao district issued Decision No. 737 / QD-UBND promulgating the regulation on management of tourist beaches in Con Dao district.

Accordingly, this regulation applies to Vietnamese and foreign organizations and individuals visiting, bathing, entertaining, organizations and individuals conducting business in the beaches, enterprises using and exploiting beaches for tourism at beaches in Con Dao district.

Regulations on prevention of incident and rescue, rescue for visitors, bathing, amusement and entertainment at the beach.

Activities to protect the environmental landscape of the beach, keep environmental sanitation, security and order, safety at the beach.

Regular inspection of tourism business activities at beaches and dealing with law violations by organizations and individuals at beaches.

Con Dao district is famous for many beautiful beaches such as Nhat beach, Dam Trau ... In which the beach has been known to tourists as the the most ideal place to rest, relax, swimming.

Con Dao has a small wave, clear water in four seasons, not polluted. Some places are rich in coral, rich in coastal and marine habitats. Especially, most of the beaches are near Con Son center, convenient roads; It can be reached by various means.The beaches have hotels, motels, restaurants, and a variety of services, creating favorable conditions for guests to swim, enjoy and relax on the beach.Most of the beaches can develop various types of services for tourists such as fishing, windsurfing, diving, yachting.

Con Dao beach safeguards is always there to ensure the safety of guests.


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