Tag Archives: Ecotourism

Top 5 Activities on the San Blas Islands

Known for their natural, pristine beauty, including beaches and mangroves, the San Blas Islands are becoming a popular destination for ecotourism.

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Ecotourism and Sustainability in the San Blas Islands

San Blas Islands

The local Kuna communities in San Blas place high importance on the sustainability of their environment. The Kuna’s staunchly defend and [read more]

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365 in 12: Touring the San Blas Islands

For those looking to get off the beaten path while on vacation, the San Blas Islands of Panama offer a wealth of biodiversity seldom experienced by tourists.

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Top 5 Green Hotels

It’s not easy to create green hotels. Most existing chains agree that retrofitting the HVAC system in every franchise, renovating interiors in favor of green materials, and making other major overhauls would be great. But most also agree it’s just not feasible, especially during this economy. That said, there are plenty of smaller ways hotel chains can be green. For ...

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Ecotourism Spotlight Kerala, India

In Kerala, India, feel free not to have a care in the world. In this hot ecotourism spot for 2013, you can actually not have a care in the world while still actually caring for the world in “God’s Own Country.” Who knows? With its opulent forests and pristine beaches, you just might become enticed enough to make it your ...

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Ecotourism: Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, World’s Largest Rotating Tramcar

We all want to go a little higher—in our jobs, in our net worth and in the value we add to the world around us. But just as becoming more environmentally friendly can be rewarding to Mother Earth, going green on your next vacation can also be rewarding back to you: Mother Earth will gift you with herself when you ...

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Green Jobs: Top 5 Green Hotels

It’s not easy to create green hotels. Most existing chains agree that retrofitting the HVAC system in every franchise, renovating interiors in favor of green materials, and making other major overhauls would be great. But most also agree it’s just not feasible, especially during this economy. That said, there are plenty of smaller ways hotel chains can be green. For ...

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