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Lake Lut Tawar is a tourist attraction that is very popular with many people in Indonesia, especially the Acehnese. This lake has its own charm. It has a very beautiful view, the air is cool, and the natural spots are very beautiful, very suitable for making camp with family, friends and colleagues. For those who don't like camping, you can also rent a nearby villa to rest at night.
Usually towards the weekend, there are a lot of visitors from various regions to travel to the place. Views of mountains and lakes are characteristic of the tourism ecosystem in the city of Takengon. The visitors certainly take advantage of the moment by enjoying the beauty that exists in the area. They took photos and videos with lakes and mountains in the background.
We all must be aware that every tourist spot that is visited by many tourists certainly leaves waste from the food they bring. It is commonplace in all tourist attractions, perhaps because of the purchase of tickets when they first enter so that tourists are reluctant to clean their own waste. However, this cannot be allowed to continue, there should be someone who can set a good example for other visitors, and together preserve the local tourism ecosystem so that it always looks beautiful and pleasing to the eye. That's why Steem For SDGs took the initiative to do a clean up at the venue.
Positive Planet Campaign By Teams & Volunteers Steem For SDGs
Some time ago the Steem For SDGs Team with Volunteers had made an agreement and visited Takengon City - Central Aceh to camp together, precisely on the shores of Lake Lut Tawar, Kala Segi. Before leaving we have prepared programs and activities that we will do there. We held a Clean Up on the shores of the lake, following up on a program of sustainable development goals for the next few years in preserving a tourism ecosystem that is free from waste.
Before we left we had contacted the guard of the tourist attractions we were going to visit, without further ado we immediately booked several tents for our resting place at night. When we arrived at the place the owner immediately greeted and greeted us warmly, and asked to make sure it was true that we had just booked a tent with them, spontaneously we immediately agreed to the question from a young man.
The tour officer "Camping Manja" immediately rushed to prepare some tents and sleeping mats for us. While setting up our tents, we continued our conversation with the officers, we conveyed our goal to the place not only to camp, but we will also do a clean-up action on the shores of the lake. In order to make other visitors aware to always preserve nature on the shores of the lake. By seeing our actions the visitors will be aware and sensitive to the environment.
In this action, we never forget to bring a steem label by printing a hygiene campaign banner and several Steem For SDGs teams wearing Steemit shirts. Inviting visitors to dispose of garbage in its place. And socialization of reducing the use of single-use bags or packaging made from plastic. The owner of the tourist spot was very happy to see the action we did. when we wanted to say goodbye we gave a hygiene campaign banner to the owner of the tourist spot to be affixed around the tourist environment.
- Visitors are starting to be sensitive to their environment by preserving nature and tourism ecosystems
- Local residents and visitors know that this positive planetary movement was carried out by the Team and Volunteers from Steem For SDGs
- The tourism ecosystem in the Camping Manja area looks clean and beautiful
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