Post Tagged with: "Ecotourism"

The Top Vegan Travel Agency Celebrates 20 Years

The Top Vegan Travel Agency Celebrates 20 Years

Seasoned world traveler Donna Zeigfinger founded Green Earth Travel in 1997 with one mission in mind: to provide a wide range of travel options for people who crave adventure and care about the planet. Since then, the company has remained on the cutting edge of conscientious traveling and become the nation’s premiere vegetarian/vegan/eco travel agency. Green Earth Travel lives up […]

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Interview with Ashlan Cousteau, Eco Luxury Expert

Interview with Ashlan Cousteau, Eco Luxury Expert

Ashlan Cousteau, is an eco-luxury expert and on-air correspondent. Together with her husband, Philippe Cousteau, they travel the globe seeking incredible stories and experiences to share with the world. Ashlan was recently named as the Eco-luxury ambassador for Dot Luxury.  We interview her about what hotels are doing to be more eco-friendly. Eco-friendly luxury resorts in top vacation destinations have […]

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Outer Shores Celebrates Protection of Great Bear Rainforest

Outer Shores Celebrates Protection of Great Bear Rainforest

Russell Markel, Captain and Founder, Outer Shores Expeditions, has long had a front row seat to one of the most important conservation conflicts in Canadian history. That’s why he’s particularly delighted to be bringing guests into British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest for a series of 9-day expeditions this summer and fall. As a marine ecologist and mariner who calls Canada’s […]

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See Yellowstone Wolves & Bears for National Parks Centennial

See Yellowstone Wolves & Bears for National Parks Centennial

What better way to celebrate the National Park Service, which turns 100 this year, than with an ultimate U.S. safari through Yellowstone National Park’s remarkable backcountry wildlife habitat – known as America’s Serengeti. The park’s wolves and bears show a softer, familial side in spring as bears emerge from hibernation with cubs in tow and wolves actively seek food for […]

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Green Travel With Asia Transpacific Journeys

Green Travel With Asia Transpacific Journeys

Tucked into the comfortable, resource-filled amenities of North America, it’s easy to forget that we are apart of a much larger community called humanity, all joined by the water and earth we share. For the ecologically minded, the countries we choose to explore and the ways in which we do so globe are paramount. Asia Transpacific Journeys recognizes that their […]

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New Exotic Wildlife Trips Celebrate Wild Planet Adventures’ 25th Anniversary

New Exotic Wildlife Trips Celebrate Wild Planet Adventures’ 25th Anniversary

Renowned wildlife travel expert Wild Planet Adventures celebrates 25 years of presenting award-winning wildlife eco-tours with a line-up of new safaris to observe rare and exotic animals in some of the world’s most isolated and remote locations. Winner of multiple awards from National Geographic for its trips to Thailand, India, Brazil, Panama and Zambia, Wild Planet’s 25th Anniversary season, according to […]

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Serenbe: A Luxury Eco-Travel Destination in the U.S.

Serenbe: A Luxury Eco-Travel Destination in the U.S.

Serenbe is a luxury eco-conscious and fully sustainable travel destination just 25 minutes from Atlanta airport that is focused on health/wellness and reconnecting Americans to nature–known to make for a happier and healthier life. In over 1,000 acres (70% of which is preserved as green space) Serenbe is made up of beautiful homes, hotels and rental cottages (including The Inn […]

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African Travel, Inc. Celebrates World Rhino Day, Sept. 22

African Travel, Inc. Celebrates World Rhino Day, Sept. 22

Concerned by the alarming epidemic of rhino poaching, “World Rhino Day” was established in an effort to spread awareness about the critical threats this endangered population faces and to support those working to ensure their survival. African Travel, Inc. is proud to directly support organizations like The Wilderness Foundation – Africa that assist conservation agencies and organized private game reserves […]

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Trinidad & Tobago Launches Eco-Trails

Trinidad & Tobago Launches Eco-Trails

The dual-island nation of Trinidad & Tobago continues to blaze a pioneering trail of eco-tourism with the development and recent unveiling of the Eco-Adventure Trails Project. Officially launched on Saturday, August 22 by Trinidad & Tobago’s Ministry of Tourism, Phase 1 of the project encompasses over five and a half miles of scenic trails stretching from Grande Rivière to Sans […]

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Chiawa Camp & Old Mondoro Become Africa’s First Carbon Neutral Safari Camps

Chiawa Camp & Old Mondoro Become Africa’s First Carbon Neutral Safari Camps

Those dreaming of a safari their whole lives can have their dreams fulfilled and their consciences salved at the same time – Zambia’s family-owned, very “Out of Africa” Chiawa Camp and its sister camp Old Mondoro are not only among the finest safari operators in Africa, but also the first to become carbon neutral, a claim based on extensive research. […]

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