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10 top ecolodges in South America

By Laeti, 11/03/2014 - 14:08

With the world's largest rainforest in the Amazon River Basin, the breathtaking sights of the Patagonian plateau, the heights of the Andean plains, or the biodiverse Galapagos Islands, South America has a lot to offer for the eco-tourist seeking great adventures

1. Cristalino  Jungle Lodge, Alta Floresta, Matto Grosso, Brazil

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Ecotourism in Cuba

While most people who travel to Cuba stay in all-inclusive resorts, ecotourism in Cuba has shown to be compelling enough to draw travellers in from all styles of travel, not just independent adventurers. Despite being a bit of a tricky country, ethically, green tourism and ecotourism in Cuba has grown considerably, and, according to the national tourism board, conservation and preservation are consistent efforts within the country.

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Ecotourism in Fiji with Local Tour Operators

For those living in countries where temperatures have the habit of plunging into the nether-regions of the thermometer, travelling to Fiji has likely been part of a far-fetched, escape-to-paradise dream. Travelling to Fiji, specifically ecotourism in Fiji, represents everything you could possibly want in a ecotourism destination - warm islands, colourful reefs, dazzling waters, engaging activities, and locals eager to provide authentic local experiences.

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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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Iceland: A Truly Sustainable Destination

Very few countries in the world are as inherently sustainable as Iceland.This island nation in the north Atlantic possesses many of the ideal components of sustainability, a cooperative government, like-minded citizens, vast and stunning landscapes, pure water sources, exceptional wildlife, and an overall commitment to the conservation of nature.

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