The Comprehensive Tourism Plan for Kani Barazan International Wetland - third

The  Kanibarazan  Wetland  in  the  south  of  Lake  Urmia  and  north  of  Mahabad County has the high potential for ecotourism. Developing tourism in this wetland and  its  peripheral  areas, observing  its  environmental  regulations  as  a  wildlife refuge,  can  create  sustained  revenues  for  management  and  conservation  of wetland. Moreover, this Issue can associate local communities to the wetland more than the past. Certainly, the dependence of rural people and local communities on the  wetland  through  tourism  development,  at  first,  reduces  their  harvesting  of wetland production, destruction and threats, and secondly, increases the incentives for wetland conservation in a participatory manner indirectly.
The forthcoming report is the third part of the study and the preparation of the comprehensive   tourism   development   plan   for   the   International   Kanibrazan wetland, entitled "Financial studies and provision of investment packages." In this report, physical scenario scenarios are examined from a financial perspective and are  estimated  for  various  uses,  costs  and  revenues.  Then,  financial  appraisal indicators are calculated separately for sub-projects and executive steps. Finally, considering the requirements of the market and the conditions of realization, the combination of subprojects, the investment packages that can be assigned to the private sector are defined.