The Nationwide Tourism Organisation of Montenegro has launched a brand new world marketing campaign to showcase the pure setting of the nation.
It goals to bringing to life the connection between nature and other people and showcase its significance in a restrictive digital world.
Inspiring journey to Montenegro, when doable, ‘Nature & Me’ focuses on the necessity for folks to embrace nature as a break from the digital world we have now been pressured to reside in earlier than and through the pandemic.
The marketing campaign video, which options journey experiences from throughout Montenegro, highlights the untouched pure great thing about the nation and reminds us that that nature is our buddy – encouraging travellers to consider the pure setting of Montenegro as a relative they are going to in the future reunite with.
“While the digital world has helped us see folks throughout this pandemic, nothing beats your interplay with nature; your toes assembly the waves and the power we have now to journey and to embrace the pure world,” stated Željka Radak Kukavičić, Nationwide Tourism Organisation of Montenegro director.
“The months behind us have been a problem, but additionally a lesson.
“Possibly it’s time to look with contemporary eyes on the world round us.
“Possibly it’s time to disconnect from some previous digital habits and remind ourselves that man and nature are inextricably linked.
“The liberty offered by the pristine pure great thing about Montenegro is a should for any travellers and we welcome you to be within the firm of nature.”
Positioned on the Balkan Peninsula, this can be a nation that has lengthy been a melting pot of cultures, civilisations and religions.
Surrounded by pure magnificence, Montenegro gives massive experiences in a small and accessible setting.
From the Montenegrin hills to the fantastic thing about the Adriatic Coast; nature reserves and nationwide parks; caves and canyons to 117 seashores alongside a shoreline over 180 miles lengthy, all embraced by the caring faces of locals and conventional hospitality.
Tourism accounted for 32 per cent of GDP in 2019 when Montenegro welcomed 81,000 UK travellers to the nation, a rise of 30 per cent year-on-year.