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Mont St. Michel - France

With a population of just 44, Mont St. Michel, is best known for the medieval Benedictine Abbey and steepled church that occupies most of the 1km-diameter clump of rocks jutting out of the waters of the English Channel.

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Ecotravel on Bali - Green Tips & Hints

Even though Bali is only a small provincial island in the country of Indonesia, the so called "Island of The Gods" can be easily separated from the rest of the universe. First and foremost it attracts travellers by its spirit, hospitable and easy going people with stunningly exotic culture. Furthermore, the Balinese nature tends to perfectly reflect the inner beauty of the locals offering tourists its remarkable beaches, waterfalls, lush greenery, wildlife, savannahs, and volcanic landscapes.

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The Great Barrier Reef - Australia

As the world's largest single structure made by living organisms, it is actually possible to see Australia's Great Barrier Reef from outer space. Composed of over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching for over 2,600 kilometres (1,600 mi) over an area of approximately 344,400 square kilometres (133,000 sq mi), the reef is a truly breathtaking structure to which every green traveler should make the pilgrimage at least once in a lifetime.

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Corcovado National Park, South Puntarenas - for the ecotourist visiting Costa Rica

Costa Rica is one of the most eco-friendly countries in the world and a haven for the green traveller looking for an environmentally friendly vacation. Corcovado is one of many national parks that are spread throughout Costa Rica and considered to be the best due to its vast variety of wildlife. National Geographic have referred to it as "the most biologically intense place on Earth in terms of biodiversity".

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The Lake District - UK

Famous not only for its lakes, but for its heaths and forests, mists and meadows, farmlands and poets, The Lake District is Romantic country. Home to William Wordsworth some 250 years ago, his house is still open for visitors with handwritten excerpts of his work on display, and in the late winter and early spring, one is still delighted by hosts and hosts of golden daffodils crowding beside the lakes and beneath the trees, 'Fluttering and dancing in the breeze'.

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The Palace of Versailles, for the ecotourist visiting France

Anyone interested in French history should visit the Palace of Versailles in France. Around 14 miles from the capital Paris. The palace is a very important part of French history and home of King Louis XIV who reigned for over 72 years.

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The Jurassic Coast - UK

Step aside Stephen Spielberg, for a truly Jurassic experience can be found in the perhaps unlikely location of the south coast of England. Spanning 185 million years of geological history, and stretching for 95 miles from Orcombe Point in East Devon to the Old Harry Rocks in East Dorset, The Jurassic Coast is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and an absolute must for any ecotourist who finds themselves in the UK.

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The Giza Pyramid - for the green traveller visiting Egypt

On the west bank of the Nile River last Giza, home of the Great Pyramid, the Giza pyramid is the oldest statue of the seven wonders of the ancient world and a site that every eco-tourist should visit at least once.

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The Windmills of Kinderdijk

Any green travellers visiting the Netherlands should make the journey out to Kinderdijk to be blown away by the largest concentration of old windmills in the world.Renewable energy can often be thought of as a modern concern, but these mills were constructed around 1740 to drain a polder, and as such have since been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.

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Angkor Wat - for the green traveller visiting Cambodia

This 12th century temple is a wonder to behold and is the biggest Hindu temple in the world. Located in the Siem Reap Province and regarded as one of the most important archaeological sites in Asia, the temple is now a UNESCO world heritage site. However, there is much more than just the temple to enjoy when visiting Angkor. Angkor is over 400sq kilometres and has an abundance of temples, reservoirs and canals.

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