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Choose where to go and what to see - but always in an environmentally responsible manner. Here we introduce you to a large number of travel related organisations who specialise in ecotourism.
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Tokoriki Island Resourt
A founding member of the Mamanuca Environment Society in Fiji, Tokoriki Island Resort is committed to improving and protecting the local environment through awareness and education.
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Trans Niugini Tours
The leading inbound tour operator for tropical island vacations in Papua New Guinea who also own and operate a series of world famous wilderness lodges.
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Tribewanted is both an online and real island community. The aim of Tribewanted is to build a simple sustainable village on Vorovoro Island, Fiji, and a buzzing online community. When you join the tribe you can choose when you visit Vorovoro and, unlike any other adventure holiday, you can take part in the project online before and after your island stay.
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Tufi Dive Resort
Located on the northeastern coast of Papua New Guinea and just a short flight from Port Moresby, Tufi is perched on the flanking slopes of Mount Trafalgar overlooking sheer rock faces that plunge into an enclosed picturesque fjord draped in rainforest to the waters edge. The fjord opens onto pristine blue tropical waters and the coastline of the Oro Province and Cape Nelson with uncharted reefs, untouched WWII dive sites and stunning marine biodiversity.
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Turtle Island
When Richard Evanson bought the uninhabited island of Nanuya Leva in 1972, he made a commitment to restore it to its original state. As a result of this ethos, Turtle Island is now internationally recognized as a prime example of how environmental and cultural sustainability can be integrated into a quality tourist operation.
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University of Bristol Archaeology Field Schools
Accredited archaeology field schools in Bermuda, St Kitts and St Lucia offered by Bristol University, UK.
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Venezuela's Eco Portal to Ecotourism & Ecology
Los Roques Archipelago, located 90 miles north of Caracas, and one-hour flight from Margarita, is one of the biggest National Marine Parks in the Caribbean. It comprises 50 islands and more than 200 keys in a ring around a central lagoon with abundant mangroves and coral reefs. All tourist accommodations are former fishermen houses.
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Wakatobi Dive Resort
This eco-friendly resort is located in the Tukang Besi archipelago in remote Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia.
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Walindi Plantation Resort
A small dive resort situated on the shores of Kimbe Bay, Northern New Britain, Papua New Guinea. 70% of all coral species in the Indo/Pacific region are found in Walindi's waters. No other dive area in the world can boast such diversity. Walindi management policy is committed to supporting this unique ecology, both below and above water. To this end, the resort is supporting the establishment by the European Union of a Nature and Marine Research Centre within its grounds.
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Wasini Island
Wasini Island is situated off Shimoni village, a small traditional fishing and trading centre close to Tanzania. The whole area has remained largely untouched as its drowsy survival is protected by the 15km access road from the main coastal Tanzania/Kenya highway.
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