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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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The Quilalea Marine Sanctuary was the first protected area to be created in the Quirimbas Archipelago which consists of 32 coral islands stretching from Pemba to the Rovuma River which forms the natural frontier between Tanzania and Mozambique. Within the sanctuary no fishing of any kind is allowed and the local fishermen agreed to remove their camps. Most of them then returned to acquire new skills in construction. Quilalea's buildings are of local rocks, seawater was used in a traditional cement mix, so the fragile ecology and its limited stocks of freshwater were preserved. The island villas are roofed with traditional palm thatch (makuti) ideal for cool and unobstrusive comfort.
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Rapa Nui Travel
If you are planning to visit Easter Island there is no one who could better organize your vacation than the fluently multi-lingual Conny Martin and her Rapa Nui-husband Papiano Tepano.
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Responsible Ecological Social Tours Project
Our aim is to organise, manage and develop programs for tourists who are interested in learning about Thai communities and their relationship with the natural environment by spending time with participating host families.
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Roatan Vista Villas
Roatan Island is 30 miles off the coast of Honduras and is approximately 33 miles long and 4 miles wide. All the private residences for vacation rentals are located within the protected marine reserve area of Roatan's northwest shore with full access to scuba, snorkeling and other tourist activities.
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Rongelap Atoll
One of the 29 atolls and 5 islands in the central Pacific region that make up the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Rongelap Atoll has been uninhabited for over twenty years but the development of a new fishing and diving ecotourism resort is well underway.
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The first ecological Kuna lodge in Panama, located on a private island close to the community of Playon Chico.
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Sea Lion Lodge
The premier place to stay in the Falkland Islands which strives to be as environmentally friendly as possible given its remote position. Its main achievement has been the use of solar panels for heating water. Fortunately, Sea Lion Island is free from introduced predators such as cats, rats and mice which would otherwise threaten the many varieties of ground nesting birds on the island.
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Small Hope Bay Lodge
Since 1960 we have been hosting scuba divers and nature lovers at our getaway on Andros Island in the Bahamas.
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Sonrise Beach Retreat
A unique and affordable ecotourism experience awaits visitors to our secluded 18 acre tropical nature reserve resort/sanctuary situated on Jamaica's north coast.
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Spirit of the West
Sea kayaking adventures around Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, including the Johnstone Strait considered to be the best place in the world to view killer whales.
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