The Garajonay National Park in La Gomera is one of the most important spaces for sustainable tourism and has earned a European distinction.
For this reason, the Ministry of Territorial Policy of the Government of the Canary Islands has decided to give it a grant to continue developing actions framed in the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism.
More than 129,000 euros will be allocated by the Ministry of Territorial Policy, Sustainability and Security of the Government of the Canary Islands through the General Directorate for the Protection of Nature to monitor the implementation of the Action Plan and Strategy of the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism (CETS) in the Garajonay National Park of La Gomera and its area of socioeconomic influence.
This project will be carried out between November this year and end in October 2020, and aims to support the revitalisation and monitoring of the Plan, as well as other elements necessary for the management of the Park, particularly the maintenance of the bases of biodiversity data and cartographic information.
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