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Ecotourism in Gambia

As tourism in Gambia is still a growing industry, efforts have already been made to ensure that the country doesn't suffer the adverse effects of mass tourism, especially as it's such a small country, so there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy ecotourism in Gambia.

Responsible travel in Gambia

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Ecotourism in the Dominican Republic

Rapid and extensive development in the Dominican Republic has damaged a lot of the country's natural resources, wildlife reserves and tropical rainforests, with only 15% of its original forest cover remaining. Therefore the promotion and implementation of ecotourism in the Dominican Republic is vital if the country is to preserve its remaining environment.

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Ecotourism in Cyprus

Cyprus is a popular destination for tourists from around the world, but this has led to many of the island's villages becoming abandoned or under populated due to locals moving to where they can find work. Ecotourism in Cyprus is seeking to address this and there are now many opportunities for the discerning traveller to enjoy a green holiday, which gives back to the people of Cyprus.

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Ecotourism in Honduras

Ecotourism in Honduras

Ecotourism in Honduras is currently experiencing a boom in popularity due to its beautiful landscapes, which is coupled with the affordable activities that the country has to offer. Visitors can enjoy everything from scuba diving to ecotours in this beautiful destination that boasts sparkling azure waters, lapping at soft, white sands and lush tropical rainforests.

Unexplored Wonders


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Top 10 Ecotourism Experiences in Central and South America

Ecotourism in Latin America is exciting and progressive, as well as locally focused and sustainable minded. There's so much for the ecotourist to see and do that it can be tough to know where to start, so we've decided to make it easier and run through the top 10 ecotourism experiences in Central and South America.

 

10. Conscious ecotourism in Belize

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Ecotourism in Vietnam

Tourism, not just ecotourism, in Vietnam, has changed vastly since the mid-1980s. Between political and economic reforms, government-led policy developments, work with the USAID, UNWTO, and UNDP, and a shift towards community-based sustainable tourism development, ecotourism in Vietnam has gradually grown into a fully-fledged industry.

Political History

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A Fishwives Tale

By Laeti, 10/19/2011 - 05:37

The setting sun cloaked the evening sky in shades of pinky pastel, and lit up the island that dominates the coastline around here. A woman wandering by grabs a knife and in swift strokes, beheads for us the three struggling Kahawai on the beach.

"No taste like it," she sighs in satisfaction. "From the sea to the plate in one hour!" Refusing to take even a single salmon for her trouble however, she then strolls off into the sunset with her Bichon Frise toy dog dancing beside her.

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Biking in Norway: last effort to reach Flekkefjord

Our ecotourism experience is almost over, but there is still time for the last great effort, more than 60 Km biking in one of the most beautiful landscape in Norway. They said Norwegian artists used to come along this route when looking for inspiration. Are you ready for that?

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Biking in Norway: up and down until Egersund

From Ogna to the end of the route, in Flekkefjord, the road gets challenging, as it alternates ascents and descents frequently and the wind may not be a good help if it blows on your face. But that's a part of ecotourism and biking in Norway involves adventure and setbacks.

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Rurrenabaque: Gateway to the Bolivian Amazon

There is no easy route to Rurrenabaque, Bolivia. What looks like a very short distance from La Paz on the map is actually either a treacherous fourteen hour bus ride or a much pricier one hour flight. Given the obstacles, I was surprised to find that when my travel mates and I arrived in small town in Bolivia's Amazon basin, its entire face has been changed by tourism.

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