Ķemeri National Park repeatedly gets sustainable tourism label

The Ķemeri National Park has been re-certified for the European Charter of Sustainable Tourism, thus continuing to maintain its place among Europe's sustainable tourism destinations, the Nature Conservation Agency (DAP) said on December 14.

Certificates for European Special Areas of Conservation meeting the criteria of the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism, or sustainable tourism destinations, were presented at a formal ceremony in the European Parliament. Three European territories received the certificate for the first time and 11 repeatedly, including the Ķemeri park, which got the certificate for the third time: the park first received it in 2012, again in 2017, and this year.

The Ķemeri National Parkwas founded in 1997 to preserve the values of nature and cultural history, promote non-depleting economic activity, tourism, and environmental education.

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