Eco tourism is becoming popular nowadays, because people are becoming more aware of the harmful effects to our natural environment. So in order to conserve the environment and the welfare of the local people, more people are opting for eco friendly destinations. If you are one of them, then here are a few recommendations to travel and be in touch with nature.
Cambodia : Kingdom Of Wonder
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Located near the border of Thailand, Cambodia boasts of the largest forests. Cambodia shares equal place with everyone and everything like nature, animals, traditions, tourists and history. It is home to rare flora and fauna, this remote area is full of grasslands, dense forests, mountains, waterfalls and exotic wildlife. It also has untouched beaches with pristine water along its undeveloped coastline. The rugged terrain has been perfect for sustainable tourism, which is aimed at keeping the natural wonders intact for future generations.
Costa Rica: The Pioneer Of Eco Tourism
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Costa Rica is known for providing safety and shelter to wildlife and many different kinds of plants and animals. Tourism industry is centered in its natural resources which includes its abundant wildlife, lush mountains ecosystems and its cloud forests, The tourists travelling to Costa Rica feel secure knowing that they have made a difference to the environment. Also known as the pioneer of eco tourism, a quarter of the area is made up of protected jungle teeming with wildlife and birds.
Norway: International Leader In Environmental Policy
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The one country that is pushing towards green tourism industry is the Scandinavian country of Norway. It is one of the most exciting and adventure tourism destination, and all the activities are means of getting close to nature. The strict environmental regulations and the remote location, is the reason for the preservation of the famous fjords, the snow capped mountains and the waterfalls. The wildlife is so well protected and one can see the different kinds of animals and birds, Norway is truly an eco friendly place to live in.
Kenya : Home To Wildlife
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Kenya another eco friendly place attracts tourists to its wildlife sanctuaries and many are unaware that it is also a home to mountains, deserts, beaches, rainforests and lakes, each with its own unique ecosystem and wildlife. There are many eco friendly places to stay in where water is conserved and uses sustainable energy sources.
While travelling we must make sure that these places must remain unspoiled and beautiful for generations to come.