BY BERNADETTE H. CARREON
KOROR, Palau — Palau has put together a five-year tourism framework that is geared toward delivering the “Pristine Paradise Palau” experience with the key strategy being shifting away from mass tourism and targeting high-value, low-volume tourism.
According to the 45-page draft Palau Responsible Tourism Policy Framework, a National Tourism Coordination Board will be established. The board will include representation from key government ministries, states, private sector organizations and non-government organizations, especially those in the environmental sector.
The board’s role, according to the draft, is to provide leadership . . .
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