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Masurian Lake District - The Unspoiled Hidden Gem Of Poland

The Masurian Lake District in the north-east of Poland is the most sought-after destination in this part of Europe for lake lovers, nature lovers and sailors. Fans of ecotourism and green travel will find themselves in paradise! The region has over 2000 lakes of different sizes, most of which are connected by canals and waterways. If you wish to explore the region properly you will need to dedicate several months of full-time travel!

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Marine Ecotourism - Beauty Underwater

We all enjoy being by the beach - whether we're swimming in crystal blue waters, diving in caves or just taking some sun, our seas and oceans offer us a great level of tranquility making our ecotourism trips much more heart-warming. Ecotourism in the marine environment has grown rapidly over the years, probably due to the covering of approximately 70% of the earth's surface area by oceans! The diversity of ecotourism can be striking given the presence of unique habitats such as coral reefs, mangrove forests and sea grass beds.

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Ecotourism in the Arctic - The Cold Deserts

Being one of the largest and last remaining continuous wilderness regions in the world today, the Arctic is a luring ecotourism destination. Ecotourism in the Arctic must be a remarkable experience given its pristine and untouched nature. To the south you'll find lakes, rivers and forests. The farther up north you go, you'll find magnificent glaciers forming atop mountains. At 12,139 feet is Mount Gunnbjorn, Greenland and the northern Arctic circle's highest mountain.

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Ecotourism in Wetlands - "The Kidneys of the Ecosystem"

Every year on the 2nd of February the world celebrates World Wetlands Day. According to the Ramsar Convention, wetlands are defined as "areas of marsh, fen, peatland or water, whether natural or artificial, permanent or temporary, with water that is static or flowing, fresh, brackish or salt, including areas of marine water the depth of which at low tide does not exceed six meters".

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Ecotourism in Ecosystems - Discover Nature Wonders from Mountaintops to Seafloors

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Hi everyone! I'm very pleased to be posting my first blog post on Mynatour! I'd like to take this opportunity to introduce you to a mini-series that I'm going to be writing on Mynatour regarding ecotourism in different ecosystems. But, before I do I'd like to write a little about ecotourism and biodiversity conservation.

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Desert Ecotourism - The Beauty of Dryness

As an Egyptian, ecotourism in these so-called barren lands was not unfamiliar. But truth be told, I was never really fascinated by them as much as I was by ecotourism. That was until I was assigned work in the Sahara - the world's largest hot desert, almost the size of China or the United States! I quickly realized how ecotourism could greatly benefit these fragile ecosystems.

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San Francisco Green City Tour Guide

Green Travel is not the first thing that springs to mind when thinking about a trip to the USA, but it's equally (perhaps even more) important to ensure visitors take a responsible approach to travel as it is with anywhere else in the world. San Francisco offers a number of city tours that support the ecologically minded and is a city rich with both wildlife and culture.

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Ecotourism in Rainforests -Call the rainforest your home!

Rainforests - It doesn't get any more biologically diverse! No wonder they`ve been labelled 'jewels of the earth`. Ecotourism in a lush, vibrant, colourful and downright exotic ecosystem makes your ecotourism traveling experience so much more fruitful. If you're going on an ecotourism trip in a rainforest be prepared to be awestruck by their grandeur and mysteriousness. And, if you really want to expand on the opportunity, pick a destination with tropical beaches and islands, that way adding a lot more to your ecotourism vacation.

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Ecotourism Spotlight: Ghana on the UNESCO World Heritage map

Ghana, a former British colony on the west side of Africa, is an ecotourist's delight. Its 16 national parks and numerous other green sight-seeing destinations continue to receive increasing international attention. Thus, if two of such ecotourism destinations, submitted to the United Nations in January 2000 for UNESCO World Heritage Site certification, are approved, it would be a significant boon to the Ghanaian ecotourism industry.

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