Beyond Green Travel: In Vietnam, Emptied Graves Make Room for Mass Tourism - National Geographic ADVENTURE

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Hai

I am a Vietnamese and the content of the article is very true.This is our tradition to rebury the dead people.Nowadays tourism is growing quickly here and creating jobs for people which is very good for the locals.On the other hand this also makes a contribution in sealing the sorrow of the war.
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They do this all though northern Vietnam as the tourist industry is increasing. We recently went on opne of the many Halong Bay Tours and they were doing it there.

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They need help to educate tham about business and protecting their livelihoods.

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This site contains alot of real adventure stuff, there is more to traveling than we know and history can reveil some of it. The graves bare great stories. Kudos

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I'm well aware of the 'difficulties' eco tourism faces there. A beautiful country with amazing people, with such poverty and hope running side by side.

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I spent 6 months in Hoi An in the early 90's, and as you say, it was a quaint little village, so charming, as were it's people. Tourism takes over, and you can't blame the locals for trying to make a living, but it is a shame when those old world charms disappear

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I agree with the last comment. Exposing the small businesses and individuals to the world is essential. Unfortunatly, there are many willing to exploit these product makers. They need help to educate tham about business and protecting their livelihoods.

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Thanks for such a great post. Having a sister who owned a tourism company in Vietnam, I'm well aware of the 'difficulties' eco tourism faces there. A beautiful country with amazing people, with such poverty and hope running side by side.

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