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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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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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The Lake District - UK

Famous not only for its lakes, but for its heaths and forests, mists and meadows, farmlands and poets, The Lake District is Romantic country. Home to William Wordsworth some 250 years ago, his house is still open for visitors with handwritten excerpts of his work on display, and in the late winter and early spring, one is still delighted by hosts and hosts of golden daffodils crowding beside the lakes and beneath the trees, 'Fluttering and dancing in the breeze'.

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The Jurassic Coast - UK

Step aside Stephen Spielberg, for a truly Jurassic experience can be found in the perhaps unlikely location of the south coast of England. Spanning 185 million years of geological history, and stretching for 95 miles from Orcombe Point in East Devon to the Old Harry Rocks in East Dorset, The Jurassic Coast is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and an absolute must for any ecotourist who finds themselves in the UK.

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Loch Ness

Home to one the greatest legends in living memory, Scotland's Loch Ness encapsulates folk lore, mystery, unimaginable landscapes and even green energy in one amazingly peaceful location.

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Paparoa National Park - New Zealand's retreat for the green traveler

Any eco-tourist travelling to New Zealand should consider Paparoa National Park. Established in 1987 as a means to protect the limestone environment from mining, Paparoa is one of the world's newest national parks. However, the fact that it is still in it's infancy as a national park doesn't make it any less worth a visit than any other. Popular with tourists, the park stretches from the coastline to the Paparoa Ranges and covers over 300 km2.

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Kakadu National Park - Australia's beautiful eco-tourist destination

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.

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The Galapagos Islands - A world heritage site for the green traveller

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.

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Fiordland - A stunning location for the eco-tourist

Any green traveller planning a trip to New Zealand would do well to visit the stunning Fiordland National Park. A world heritage site, Fiordland is, as the name suggests, an area where narrow rivers are surrounded by beautiful steep cliffs and snow-capped mountains.

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