Here in Hungary there is an ever-wider group who put on their boots, get on their bike, grab an oar or jump on their skis to spend their spare time. The Centre for Development of Active and Ecotourism gives new dynamism to touring across the country, helping everyone find a befitting close-to-nature activity. Hungary provides lots of relevant opportunities, so enthusiastic searchers can easily get lost in the abundance of offers. Our mission is to integrate all the services, developments and programs in Hungarian active and ecotourism. Activity-oriented tourism is a perfect means for adventurers to discover the natural resources and built beauties of the country. Our long-term goal is that more and more should live a healthy and adventurous life as they spend their leisure time actively.
The key role of the Centre for Development of Active and Ecotourism is to bring together all relevant investments, developments and the efforts of public, municipality, NGO and business stakeholders focusing on such areas. The resulting network can open up the development of new tourism packages and products. The Centre will design the national active and ecotourism image of Hungary and promote the completed developments home and abroad alike.
The objective of the organization is to see an increase in those spending their spare time actively, in nature. Our goal is to simplify the selection of destination and offer complex tourism packages for nature lovers. When tourists visit a region, they’ll be grateful for easily finding opportunities for excursions, biking, rowing or other activities alongside accommodation. Ecotourism developments can only be propagated with adequate communication. The Centre for Development of Active and Ecotourism will exploit all these small details to increase the number of nature-loving, nature-caring and environmentally conscious people.
Yet another key objective of the Centre is to give an overview of the tourism products of various public partners including in particular national parks and state forests, to popularize the nature trails, ecotourism facilities and increase the number of their visitors.