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Ecotourism

Tourism structured in a way that causes the least damage or has the least impact on the area visited. It may also involve visiting places of ecological interest. Ecotourism is considered sustainable and can be beneficial for the local economy.
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At that time my brother - a zoologist - said he was going to India to open an eco-tourist lodge to promote the survival of tigers.
The three-year project will outfit family homes with additional space and facilities to accommodate eco-tourists who visit the historic Central Java area.
Soon after this announcement, however, a proposed eco-tourist village at the Eyre Peninsula's Cape Bauer was declared a major development, a year after the state government had rejected a similar application.
Their objective was to build an eco-tourist village on a remote Fijian island and the cameras return one year on to check on their progress.
They want to build an eco-tourist village on a remote Fijian island called Vorovoro - and this new series follows their efforts as they struggle to ensure their dream island doesn't become another holiday nightmare.
It was reported today that the couple planned to open an eco-tourist resort in Panama offering kayak trips.
In response to the fact that many hotels and other tourist services in Tanzania were owned and managed by foreign companies, a number of eco-tourist organisations have been set up in that country to encourage visitors to use smaller guest houses.
College-level collections strong in cultural anthropology or environmental studies and sociology will find Tarzan Was an Eco-Tourist suitable for display with its catchy cover art and perfect for college-level analysis, coming from two anthropology professors who examine the changing nature and effects of the concept of adventure in both tourism and culture.
Deerpark is just 20 miles from the amazing Eden Project, a former mine which has been turned into an eco-tourist centre.
Potential customers will include those from eco-tourist markets in Germany, Canada, the United States.
While kayaking (or sea-canoeing as it is known in Thailand) has become big business, John Gray Sea-Canoe maintains itself as Thailand's only true eco-tourist kayaking company, featuring excellent guides who are knowledgeable about the issues surrounding tropical coastal environments.
Intended to attract a market in the area of luxury eco-tourist accommodation, the resort took 20 months to complete at a cost of US$16.