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Eco-tourist Routes Closed In Adygea
10.09.2014 12:01
Eco-tourist Routes Closed In Adygea

Two tourist routes passing through the territory of the State Caucasian Biosphere Reserve temporarily closed in Adygea. It regards the foot and horseback tours and itineraries. The motive of temporary restriction for the visiting of the reserve was explained by the department for the fact that there is a "lack of necessary amenities on eco-tourist route." "Also, restrictions were imposed in order not to disturb the rare animals in the upper reaches of Damkhurts and Tsakhvoa rivers," the senior research assistant of the reserve Sergey Trepet said.

      According to the data of the Republican Committee for Tourism and Resorts, in the first half of the year Adygea was visited by more than 100 thousand tourists, mostly from the surrounding regions: the Rostov Oblast, Krasnodar and Stavropol regions. Committee experts believe the temporary closure of the reserve routes will not affect the attendance of Adygea by tourists.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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