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Forest travel guide for tourists published

02.08.2012

A special travel guide for tourists called ''Forest Guide'' (Meza Celvedis) has been published, the Rural Tourism Association's "Lauku celotajs" President and Member of the Board, Asnate Ziemele informed the business information portal ''Nozare.lv''.

A special travel guide for tourists called ''Forest Guide'' (Meza Celvedis) has been published, the Rural Tourism Association's "Lauku celotajs" President and Member of the Board, Asnate Ziemele informed the business information portal ''Nozare.lv''.

There will be 1,000 ''Forest Guides'' published in the Latvian language, as well as 1,000 in the English language. The special guide will have information on forests in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and even Belarus.

The ''Forest Guide'' also includes tips for tourists, as well as information on national parks, nature parks and other territories where persons can spend time outdoors.

The guide also includes information on flora and fauna that can be found in the forests.

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