CBT (Community based tourism) is a form of tourism based on communities that involves representatives of the local community and benefits them from their activities. Public tourism does not always have to be connected to nature. Communities can offer cultural tours and walks for tourists, or simply maintain guest houses. In General, community-based tourism attaches great importance to the involvement of the local population, including cooperation with local residents. It has also been shown that their knowledge of the local environment makes their participation equally important in achieving conservation goals.
The guest house is a way of accommodating tourists, usually in rural areas, and, unlike a hotel, has a set of parameters that make living conditions in it close to home.
Cozy, home furnishings
Freedom of actions and choice
Acceptable price for accommodation
Enjoyment of nature