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Highway to wildlife

By Laeti, 10/08/2014 - 04:01
Natuurbrug Zanderij Crailoo. Photo Credit : Goois Natuurreservaat

We are living in an ever more connected world but what about our animal and plant counterparts? Their natural habitat is being more and more reduced and disrupted through human activities. Nature reserve and national parks are a great way of protecting natural habitat and species. However being enclosed areas, they have the drawback of causing as well the extinction of some of the fauna and flora which can not freely move or adapt to the changes in environment and climate.

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Ecotourism in Ecosystems - Discover Nature Wonders from Mountaintops to Seafloors

Ecotourism

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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Ecotourism in Mozambique

Tourism in Mozambique took a dramatic tumble during the country's civil war from 1977 to 1992. Since then, the government has worked hard to restore the country's tourism industry, and perhaps fortunately, due to the fact that they essentially had to start all over again, were able to better implement sustainable and ecotourism principles in the rebuilding process.

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Jordan: Using Eco-Tourism for Sustainable Development

Think of travel in the Middle East, and it's likely that eco-tourism isn't the first thought that comes to mind. Often associated with desert sands, rich history, deep religious symbolism, and political unrest, the Middle East has certainly projected an image to travelers, and eco-tourism is barely a pixel. However, up close, that pixel packs a pretty powerfully green punch, emanating from Jordan.

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