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Cueva de Nerja

Costa del Sol Holiday

Any ecotourist visiting the Costa del Sol should visit the Cueva de Nerja. Nestled in the mountains on the border of Nerja and Maro are these stunning caves which were first discovered in 1959? Despite only being recently discovered, the caves are thought to be around 5 million years old and are the main attraction for the area.

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Mount Fuji - Japan

With its snow capped cone and stunning symmetry, Mount Fuji is one of the most recognised and beautiful symbols of Japan. Located on Honshu Island (about 100km (62 miles) southwest of Tokyo) it is an active volcano standing at 3,776.24 m (12,389 ft), which last erupted in 1708.

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Glass Beach California

So called because of the abundance of 'sea glass' that forms the bed of the beach, Glass Beach may at first alarm the ecotourist due the circumstances under which this beach was formed.

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Blue Lagoon, Iceland

If you are an ecotourist planning a trip to Reykjavik anytime soon then a visit to the world famous Blur Lagoon will likely enhance your experience. Around 40 miles away from the capital of Iceland this incredible geothermal spa is located in the heart of a lava field and is renowned for its healing properties.

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Glow worm caves, New Zealand

Any eco-tourist planning a visit to the Fiordland National Park should take the time to visit the Waitomo Caves. In the heart of the Waitomo Cave system in New Zealand are the Glow Worm caves. Originally discovered by the M?ori's the caves were opened to the public since 1889 and have been a source of natural wonder ever since.

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Niagara Falls

The combined waterfalls that make up the world famous Niagara Falls together form the highest flow rate of water of any falls in the world. Situated right on the Canadian/American border, the falls are made up of The Horseshoe Falls (the largest) on the Canadian side, and the American and aptly named Bridal Veil Falls (the smallest) on the American side.

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Mont St. Michel - France

With a population of just 44, Mont St. Michel, is best known for the medieval Benedictine Abbey and steepled church that occupies most of the 1km-diameter clump of rocks jutting out of the waters of the English Channel.

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Mount Rushmore - USA

With the giant faces of US Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln carved into its granite face, The Mount Rushmore National Memorial is not only one of the world's most impressive sculptures, but a deep history of a country set down in stone to stare out upon its own future.

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