GNTB to launch its brand new Embrace German Nature campaign
Published on : Saturday, June 4, 2022
The German National Tourist Board (GNTB) is set to launch its completely new Embrace German Nature campaign that would center on emphasizing sustainable, open-air activities, keeping GCC visitorsin mind.
Germany is home to over 130 protected natural backgrounds, as well as anoverabundance of spectacular forests, valleys, lakes along with hiking and cycling trails that are simply waiting to be found out. The country also takes pride in three UNESCO World Natural Heritage sites, 16 national parks and 16 UNESCO biosphere reserves along with 106 nature reserves.
YaminaSofo, theDirector of Sales and Marketing at the German National Tourist Office (GNTO) said that they understand that GCC travelers are more than interested to visit countries that present ideal summer climates with an extensive list of activities to indulge in.
Sofoadded that Germany’s variedassortment of outdoor activities make sure that there is something for everyone, right from hiking trails to soothing spa towns. She said that the Embrace German Nature campaign is expected to improve right of entryand information regarding these prospects even more in a sustainable manner.
Four unique choicesfitting the campaign are:
Arnsberg Forest Nature Park: Arnsberg Forest Nature Park is well known as one of the beautiful leisureareas in the Ruhr region.
Spreewald Biosphere Reserve: This UNESCO biosphere reserve is formed around the Spree River, which was built during the last ice age.
Hainich National Park: Hainich National Park is loaded withplentiful of things for devotees of outdoor adventure to take pleasure in.
Wadden Sea: It is the largest uninterruptedarrangement of intertidal sand and mud flats in the world.
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