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Galapagos (Day 5) - Giant Tortoises

Our last day in the Galapagos. A few of us thought about where we can hide on the boat, so we can stay. Breakfast was early this morning. We were off to the giant tortoise conservation park at 7:15AM. Our luggages were taken off the boat during breakfast and checked through to Baltra airport without us.

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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 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.

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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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