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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Stretching over 18 square kilometres, the wetlands have become a popular destination for eco-tourists as well as researchers, students and wildlife photographers in Oman.
Farm Forward plans to build educational buildings, including a test kitchen, for farmers, industry officials, retailers, university students, missionaries and eco-tourists at Reese's farm in Lindsborg, Kan.
It is also hoped the site will become a draw card for eco-tourists, Mr Taylor said.
When you pull into the parking area off NC86, you can usually see families fishing at the pond, u-pickers filling buckets of fresh blueberries, and eco-tourists or cyclists sharing lunch on a picnic table.
Seda Atria is also targeting leisure travellers seeking to enjoy Iloilo City's emerging tourism destinations focused on natural and biodiverse protected areas sought by a growing sector of eco-tourists.
The structures are used by members for music, poetry and tai chi and are popular with locals and eco-tourists.
Luxurious resorts have sprouted and the country attracts eco-tourists and those drawn to adventure in impressive numbers.
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.