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Ecotourism in Germany: To The Beach

When you think of a trip to Germany, you're typically thinking about beer, saurkraut, and the Autobahn. Now, you can add beaches to that list. That's right, beaches. Turns out Germany's northeastern seafront is the place to see and be seen when summer's heat tops the mercury. While completely frigid during the winter, the beaches along the North and Baltic Seas begin to sizzle once the sun comes out, making resorts in this area a popular destination for Germans, especially Berliners.

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Elegant Ecotourism in France

In a country as refined as France, they do simple and basic remarkably well. Everything in France is elegant, or at least has an air of elegance, simply because it's French. In the French summertime, life there is further romanticised by the consistent desire to eat, drink, and play outdoors. Ecotourism in France is decidedly in fashion, especially in the summer.

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Ecotourism in Laos

Small and land-locked, Laos is becoming an increasingly popular southeast Asian destination, and for good reason. The country is home to some spectacular natural sights, intriguing historical sites, varying volunteer experiences, and totally unique ecotourism experiences.

Water, Water Everywhere

Despite being a land-locked country, travelling in Laos offers multiple opportunities for water-based activities.

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Never-Ending Exploration: Ecotourism in Turkey

In Turkey, where east meets west, it seems as though the possibilities for exploration are endless. You could spend hours getting lost in the colourful capital of Istanbul, or let days pass you by in the coastal resorts. When it comes to ecotourism in Turkey, you could spend weeks exploring the vast and varying landscapes this ancient country has to offer.

Hit The Seas

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Ecotourism in Mexico

Famed for its all-inclusive resorts and postcard-perfect beaches, Mexico is a destination frequented by tourists seeking sun, sand, and sea. However, relaxing all-inclusive vacations aren't what Mexico is all about, and ecotourism in Mexico is an exciting and viable option for those looking to add some jalape?os to their Mexican vacation.

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Ecotourism in Brazil: Adventure, Nature, and Best Practice

Brazil has a somewhat complex relationship with the environment; it is famed for natural attractions such as the beaches, mountains, and jungle, yet also notorious for its challenging task of managing the rainforest. Brazil is becoming an increasingly popular destination, especially due to its natural splendour, so ecotourism is a significant part of the tourism industry.

Adventure Tourism

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Protecting Paradise: Ecotourism in the Maldives

The Maldives, a ring of islands in the Indian Ocean, frequently top two lists: most beautiful places in the world, and most endangered places in the world. It is thought that if global warming and climate change continue on their trajectory, the low-lying Maldives will be underwater by the year 2100. Consequently, there is a fervent effort by the Maldives' government, its people, and the tourism industry to help protect and prevent this paradise from slipping away.

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Ecotourism in Hungary: Local Experiences

In the last decade, Hungary has taken a really proactive approach to ecotourism. With over 300 nationally protected areas, and over 1,000 locally protected sites, Hungary's attitude towards conservation and preservation is one that facilitates ecotourism efforts by local businesses and ecotourism demand from tourists. As it stands, Hungary is a great place in which to go local, and really get a feel the ecotourism this country has on offer.

Local Experiences in Budapest

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Panama: Ecotourism Between Two Continents

When it comes to ecotourism, Panama has learned a lot from Costa Rica, which is a good thing. Costa Rica is frequently touted as the leader in Central American ecotourism, so learning from the industry leader can only mean good things for Panama. As the link between North and South America, as well as the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Panama's tourism has historically surrounded its famous canal. Now, however, ecotourists are visiting the country, well aware of the ample opportunities for activities such as birding, hiking, and wildlife spotting.

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