Interested With Conservation, National Geographic Cruise Moor in Nusa Penida
|Posted by Anom Wijaya on Fri Oct 17, 2014|
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A tourists to visit Nusa Penida, an island separated from the mainland of Bali began to show improvement. This is expected to further improve after a luxury cruise ship docked to the remote island.
The tourist started paying attention after convening Festival Nusa Penida mid 2014. Tourist visit during the two months of July and August 2014 recorded 19.530 people, an increase of 2.479 people over the same two months of the previous year recorded only 17.051 people with percentages ranging from 50-60 percent.
Cruise ship MV National Geografic loaded with about 200 tourists docked to Nusa Penida on October 10, 2014. The luxury cruise ship carrying hundreds of passengers were made â€‹â€‹up of philanthropists from various countries around the world. Philanthropist is the rich world donors who are actively into social activities.
They attend to Nusa Penida to support the preservation of birds, which had been planned since two years ago, said Bayu is urgent, Director of Friends of the National Parks Foundation (FNPF) which works with local governments to support the protection of wildlife, especially birds. Nusa Penida has now been designated as a conservation area conservation of birds and other wildlife that have a clear legal basis.
With cruise ship visits are expected to be more open for tourism Nusa Penida which is less well known to the tourists. As well as all citizens, especially young people to prepare by strengthening human resources in order to meet the development of the tourism industry.
Last changed: Sat Jan 10, 2015 at 9:09 pm