According to the reserve’s director Tran Van Mui, the provincial People’s Committee has approved a master plan to develop the Culture and Nature Reserve by 2020 with a vision to 2030, including the establishment of a 400-hectare sanctuary for wildlife and biodiversity conservation in the large buffer zone of Cat Tien National Park.

A view of the Dong Nai Culture and Nature Reserve from above where a 400-hectare wildlife safari will be established. Photo:

Several domestic investors with years of experience and financial capacity have been interested in the project, Mui said.

The project is expected to create more attractive tourism products and bring more visitors to the province and the southern region of the Central Highlands, he added.

Source: VNA