Ecotourist

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Ecotourist

A person or group that takes trips structured in a way that causes the least damage or has the least impact on the area visited. Ecotourists may also visit places of ecological interest. Ecotourism is considered sustainable and can be beneficial for the local economy.
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The structures are used by members for music, poetry and tai chi and are popular with locals and eco-tourists.
Establishing a visitor center to present sea snakes to eco-tourists and introducing them as an important, but little known module of marine ecosystems.
Kenya attracts eco-tourists and offers safaris and beaches, but is currently challenged by terrorism.
The trip to Javaher Dasht is not for the luxury traveler but for eco-tourists looking for a rustic weekend break.
In Washington State, eco-tourists should check out the Rolling Huts, a series of small mobile cabins designed by modern architect Tom Kundig and situated in a field alongside the rushing Methow River amid one of the nation's best networks of cross-country ski and mountain biking trails.
But the path and Kilbarry Bog are due to get a facelift in the hope of attracting eco-tourists, as laid out in Waterford City and County Council's Nature Park Management Plan.
The sloth is a big draw for eco-tourists who are treated to a wide selection of amazing wildlife including colourful frogs | The sloth is a big draw for eco-tourists who are treated to a wide selection of amazing wildlife including colourful frogs
Moreover, it is a nice attraction for eco-tourists and researchers visiting the newly-formed 90,000-hectar nature reserve in the Karakum desert, Turkmen academics believe.
The Galapagos: A Natural History provides a fine survey of the region and its unique species, and comes from a science writer who here offers the natural and human history of the archipelago and how it changed from a deserted, little-known wilderness to a focal point for scientists and eco-tourists alike.
Now one of the world's premier dive sites with UNESCO World Heritage status, Heron attracts marine scientists, water sports enthusiasts and eco-tourists worldwide.
For eco-tourists, the Eden Project offers a walking tour of the largest domed greenhouse in the world, located in the heart of Cornish mining country.