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The Association of Tourist Information Centers of the Far East has announced the accession of new members - EastRussia | Far East






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The Association of Tourist Information Centers of the Far East has announced the accession of new members

The Association of Tourist Information Centers of the Far East has announced the accession of new members
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Representatives of the Association of Tourist Information Centers of the Far East presented ecological routes to the participants of the Eastern Economic Forum,
They agreed on the inclusion of new participants in the organization and reiterated their intention to create a permanent tourist office in Moscow.

As part of the event, held at the stand of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Russian Federation at the Eastern Economic Forum, the leaders of the Tourism
Information centers emphasized the importance of creating and promoting joint inter-regional tourism products. So, according to Natalia Pakholkova,
Head of the Tourism Agency of the Sakhalin Region, all regions of the Far East have their own characteristics and should be invested in promoting their own products.
At the same time, Natalia noted, one should not underestimate the importance of joint work aimed at forming a single tourism brand in the Far East.

Representatives of the tourist information centers of the regions of the Far East told the forum participants about the growing interest of tourists in the topic of ecology and
conservation of unique nature. An important aspect was the announcement of the creation of interregional tourist routes. According to Boris Gorbunov, representative
TIC Kamchatka Territory, the joint work of the regions within the framework of the Association should become more intense. Priority measures include updating the roadmap and
closer cooperation on key issues.

One of the successful examples of cooperation within the framework of the Association was the creation of a common information desk presenting the tourism opportunities of the regions
Far East. The first such experience was realized at the end of the 2018 year in Moscow at the exhibition “Days of the Far East”. The result was fixed at the Eastern Forum -
The TIC Association’s counter was located at the booth of the Ministry of Natural Resources, and throughout the forum acquainted the guests of the event with opportunities for eco-tourism in the Far
East. With the support of the Ministry of Natural Resources, a series of brochures were prepared for the forum participants, describing the key opportunities for eco-tourism in
Primorye, Baikal and Kamchatka, as well as a guide to the reserves of the Far East, combining a detailed description of the official routes developed
for tourists in the federal protected areas of the region.

A new step in promoting tourism in the Far East may be the creation in Moscow of a permanent tourism representative office of the Association - about plans
Natalia Pakholkova told the implementation of such a project: “The Russian Far East has tremendous advantages in the field of tourism. Untouched open spaces, pristine rivers,
Red Book animals, an amazing history and culture - each region can offer unique travels and routes, and each of them will be special and
unique. Creating our own information platform in Moscow will allow us to conduct regular events both for a wide audience and for
representatives of the tourism industry, which will significantly increase the effectiveness of our work. ”

The TIC Association of the Far East was created in 2018 to unite the efforts of the regions in promoting the Far East as a single tourist destination in
Russian and international markets. Today, the TIC Association includes seven of the eleven regions of the Far Eastern Federal District. Replenishment in the ranks of participants is expected in December
current year.