Tourism Innovation Challenge has finished in Bulawayo
Young people demonstrate their skills in the field of innovation at a competition dedicated to tourism
The younger generation of Zimbabwe have demonstrated their potential in developing innovative ideas and promoting sustainable tourism in the country, as reported
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After submitting applications to the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority with the aim of transforming the industry in a meaningful and sustainable way, three young people received cash prizes at the third Provincial Tourism Innovation Competition in Bulawayo this Tuesday.
The main goal of this year was to focus on projects that present innovative approaches to reducing carbon dioxide emissions in the tourism industry and promoting responsible and sustainable tourism methods.
The task is based on attracting young people. This year, special attention should be paid to projects that present innovative approaches to reducing carbon dioxide emissions in the tourism industry and promoting responsible and sustainable tourism methods. It is necessary to strive to make progress in the development of tourism in province so that community has access to more diverse sustainable tourism products that preserve the natural and cultural heritage for future generations.
“Our goal is to attract tourists who have ecological and social consciousness and are current and future travelers. Innovations in the tourism sector were called a key moment in the preservation of natural and cultural heritage sites.”
“By solving this task, we hope to make significant progress in the development of tourism in our province through the participation of young people. We want our community to receive more diverse sustainable tourism products that preserve the natural and cultural heritage so that future generations can enjoy and appreciate it. Attract environmentally and socially conscious tourists who are current and future travelers,” said Ms. Gladys Zizhou, representative of the Minister of Provincial Affairs and Self-Government of Bulawayo.