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Ecotourism in Belize, Preserve, Conserve, and Educate

With its lush tropical sites, impressive mountains and caves, and intriguing ancient Mayan ruins, Belize is a haven for ecotourism and exploration. Belize is so well suited to ecotourism, that it has become the country's largest industry. Unfortunately, the ecotourists have also brought with them, albeit unintentionally, environmental degradation of many of Belize's most popular ecotourism sites.

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Ecotourism in Latvia: The Baltic's Hidden Treasure

Latvia is one of those rare treasures that seems to have it all: an impressive ecosystem, captivating culture, dedication to ecotourism, and the air of being unspoiled, yet ideally poised for ecotourists. The country, with its small population and well-developed infrastructure, has flown under the radar since its behind-the-Iron-Curtain days, despite having more than enough diversity to satisfy any type of tourist.

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Biking in Norway: discover ecotourism in the land of the Vikings

Pristine waterfalls, surprising beaches, dramatic fjords and fairy tales type wooden houses: that's just a part of what you can see while biking in Norway, an unforgettable ecotourism experience. So, leave your stress and busy life at home, jump on a bike and start pushing your feet on pedals, the terrific beauty of Norway is waiting for you!

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Ecotourism in Lithuania

As the first Baltic nation to become a member of the World Tourism Organisation, Lithuania demonstrated the importance of ecotourism to the country. Between 2003 and 2006, a National Tourism Development Programme was developed, and a marketing strategy was developed shortly after that. Some of the areas in which Lithuania wanted to focus on were national parks, local tourism, and seas and inland waters.

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Ecotourism in Chile

So narrow it's almost invisible on a map, Chile does anything but blend in when you see it in real life. This visually diverse country is comprised of five tourist regions, all of which are home to some exquisite ecotourism opportunities. In addition to the prevalence of ecotourism in Chile, sustainable development and responsible travel thinking are prioritised here.

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Ecotourism in Portugal's Azores Islands

Over a thousand kilometres off Portugal's west coast sit the Azores Islands, an archipelago of nine islands in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean. Ecotourism in the Azores is nothing short of ideal, with biodiversity of both flora and fauna, as well as an array of activities to keep you occupied. Whether you're looking for wildlife exploration above ground or under the sea, or want to spend your days splashing around in the clear waters, you can be sure that the Azores will deliver one impressive ecotourism experience.

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Ecotourism in the Western Islands of Scotland

Looking for an ecotourism experience at the end of the earth? Somewhere where the sea crashes against dramatic cliffs, little ferries shuttle in and out of charming blue harbours, sheep and their lambs graze happily in fields, and summertime yields extra long days? Head north...far north, to the Western Islands of Scotland, and prepare to be enchanted by the historical villages, friendly faces, and subtly impressive landscapes that will tempt you to explore further.

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Ecotourism in Slovakia

In Austin Powers, Dr. Evil had himself cryogenically frozen for decades so that he could return to earth to dominate in the future. In Slovakia, you can have yourself cryogenically frozen for about three minutes (future world domination plan not included).

Slovakia, half of the former Czechoslovakia, has largely flown under the radar compared to its Czech neighbour, but some of its ecotourism tricks have begun to get noticed in a big way.

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