International visitors to the Lake District soared in summer 2018 in the wake of UNESCO heritage site inscription, and are set to keep soaring – the number of Chinese visitors to the UK alone set to treble by 2020. With international visitors increasingly eager not just to benefit from what the Lake District has to offer but to give back to the national park, many of them are helping us to care for the spectacular landscapes, wildlife and cultural heritage of this beautiful region. Below, we share some of their stories with you, along with the stories of the tour operators and local businesses that are helping international visitors to contribute to our visitor economy and help keep the Lake District special for all of us, now and for always.
Japanese Tour Operators have collectively raised £15,540 for the Lake District Foundation in a year. The participating businesses ask their customers who
Cedar Manor is helping us to reach out to international visitors with fundraising material developed in Chinese, Korean and Japanese as well
Were she alive today, Beatrix Potter – an influential founder and avid supporter of the English conservation movement in her lifetime, as
Japanese Tour Operators have collectively raised £18,975 for the Lake District Foundation in a year. The participating businesses ask their customers who