Kerala, in the southwest region of India, is an incredible, diverse state: from tea plantations to the Western Ghats, from tropical beaches to tiger reserves, there’s really something for everyone in Kerala.
The most famous landmark of Kerala, though, is the backwaters region, a network of lakes, natural canals, estuaries and rivers on the western coastal belt.
There are over 900 km of navigable waters and the views and landscapes are truly breathtaking.
California is one of those destinations that everyone has dreamt about at some point. A magic land that evokes images of sunny beaches and palms, mountains and deserts, highways and roads to nowhere.
California is a place for anyone, but what if you are looking for ecotourism experiences?
Then you’ve come to the right place, because California is heaven for travelers like you.
Croatia is a beautiful country with lots of great attractions to check out. Situated at the cross-section between Central Europe, the Mediterranean and Southeast Europe, it boasts a unique combination of climates and varying natural landscapes. If you are looking to visit this fascinating country any time soon, the following are ten of its must visit natural wonders:
I failed. I had this great idea to promote ecotourism in a remote and developing part of the world, and I failed. I got an awesome team together. We launched a beautiful crowdfunding campaign to produce a documentary film, we ran out of time, and we lost all the money we had raised.
I consider hiking to be the purest form of traveling. After all, it’s the oldest form of traveling, dating back millions of years to the time when our ancient ancestors first raised their backs and began walking on their legs. Hiking allows you to smell the air, feel the wind, enjoy the sunshine after a soaking rain shower,… to take in everything to its fullest extent.
In 2015 The Responsible Safari Co. are running the first ever Malawian Triathlon. A Bike, Hike and Kayak race in Malawi’s stunning and varied scenery, it will be a challenge that gets the heart racing with excitement and adrenaline in equal measure - and where better to do it than the luscious tea estates of Malawi, Central Africa’s highest mountain and the ever-tranquil Lake Malawi...
Crete is the 5th biggest Mediterranean island located in the southern frontier of Europe and is one of the most popular Greek tourism destinations. Due to its strategic geographical position, the island not only boasts an abundance of wildlife, but it combines the new alongside with the old and ancient with contemporary history.
The Virgin Islands are an archipelago in the Lesser Antilles, which includes more well-known beach destinations like Barbados and St. Lucia. The Virgin Islands archipelago is actually made up of territories from two countries: the western islands are part of the United States; the eastern ones are the British Virgin Islands. We will focus on the largest islands of the Virgin Islands of the United States: Saint Croix, Saint Thomas and Saint John.
Assam, one of the green states of India, has a lot to offer besides its world famous tea. Situated in the north-eastern corner of the country, Assam is home to many rare species of flora and fauna and hosts five national parks and eighteen wildlife sanctuaries.
Andalucia sits at the bottom of Spain and has attracted eco conscious travellers since hippies were heading to Morocco back in the 60s. The brilliant climate and low cost of living make it the perfect place to do some low-impact travel. Whats more the attractions listed below sit along a modern train route meaning you can ditch the rental car and enjoy some green travel. Orgiva and Las Alpajurras are a hotspot of eco-friendly living if you’re looking for a greener place to grow set down some roots.