If you are planning a trip to New York the a visit to the Statue of Liberty should be on your list of things to do. A gift from the people of France in 1886 the Statue is one of the most recognisable landmarks anywhere in the world.
Any green traveller visiting Barcelona should take in the Sagrada Familia, the most famous landmark in Barcelona and probably the most famous in the world that is still under construction. Building work began in 1882 and due to more than one interruption is going with a completion date scheduled for around 2026. However, the fact that the building is not finished does not in any way take away from its beauty.
On the north east coast of county Antrim, you will find The Giant's Causeway, an ideal spot for the green traveller visiting Northern Ireland. Renowned for its tens of thousands of Basalt columns, this strange looking landscape is the result of a volcanic eruption. Now a world heritage site, the Causeway is the most popular tourist attraction in the country and well worth a visit.
Any green traveler visiting Kakadu national park will want to plan ahead before going. Located within the Alligator Rivers region in the Northern Territory, the park is the size of a small country and as such, you should consider accommodation before travelling.
An ecotourism haven, the Galapagos Islands are in the Pacific Ocean, around 550 miles west of Ecuador.
The Finch Bay eco-hotel is as close to a perfect location to stay whilst on holiday as you are going to get. Rated as one of the top 25 hotels in South America, this stunning hotel will provide you with everything you need during your stay.
Seattle is the kind of city that offers a number of experiences so vast to entertain different types of travelers. The eco-minded ones will certainly be fascinated by the nature around Seattle and the numerous initiatives taken to promote ecotourism and a sustainable way of life among the Seattleites. Lakes Union and Washington and Elliott Bay make a perfect frame to set the urban contrast of skyscrapers and forests.
Vancouver has a plan, one that is immensely satisfying to the green tourist, if they can achieve it; one that makes the Canadian city worth more than a flying visit if you have any interest in sustainability. The city plans to become the greenest on earth by the year 2020, and since this was decided back in 2009 and an action plan implemented, work is already well underway to make Vancouver the sustainability capital of the world.
Auckland lies over a narrow isthmus in between the Waitemata and the Manukau Harbors. The so-called "City of Sails" touches both coasts, the eastern Pacific Ocean and the western Tasman Sea. Its location and eco-awarness makes the city a great destination for the green traveler and ecotourism, especially for those water-sports and outdoors fanatics.
Philadelphia city tours are a must for the green traveller interested in how sustainability and conservation practices were conceived in days gone by. Over 300 years ago, the city was designed with parks and open spaces in mind in order to provide a city that was less cramped and frantic than its European cousins.