Protected natural assets are among the most popular modern travel destinations. The potential benefits of tourism in protected areas mainly relate to nature conservation and the preservation of
cultural heritage and economic prosperity.

The connections and relationships between protected natural assets and tourism have become so strong that the term tourism nature protection is increasingly used. National parks as protected areas can contribute to the economy and society through income generation and job openings, research and surveillance, education, recreation and tourism.
The World Tourism Organization defines sustainable tourism as a principle that at the same time fulfills the needs of tourists and travel destinations, protects and increases the tourism opportunities for future generations, meets the needs of today’s tourists and the host region, and protects and promotes the development potential.

In the Djerdap National park, a mosaic of valuable natural and cultural resources, which are of central importance for the development of attractive tourist products and which are becoming increasingly valued and a priority in all development plans has formed in a relatively small geographical area.

The organization of tourism in protected natural assets is a complex task that makes these tourist destinations very characteristic. According to the development concept of the Djerdap National Park, protection is a priority, presentation and sustainable use of protected and protected natural values, which ensure the ecological public interest, enable the development of local communities and create conditions for rest, relaxation, education and pleasure for the visitors.

Promotion and popularization of the values ​​of the Djerdap National Park are carried out through various advertising activities, cooperation with the media, publication of advertising material, attractive scientific publications, trade fair appearances and events, cooperation with educational and cultural institutions, and implementation of educational workshops on ecology.


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