Ecotourism

Nature tourism, five destinations


Does your perfect travel idea involve exploring the junga, diving, coral reefs and journeys along deserted lands?
If so, then surely what is right for you is adventurous tourism in the name of nature and awareness.


The responsible tourism has become a real trend and every year more and more people decide to spend their holidays in close contact with nature. In this article we have seen which are the most romantic destinations of ecotourism. Today let's see which are the perfect destinations for the most adventurous.

Blue Mountains, Australia. Blue Mountains is a mountainous area located in New South Wales, Australia. It is among the most popular destinations for lovers of the environment and has been declared a "World Heritage Site". The Blue Mountains are famous for waterfalls that burst into mountainous landscapes, deep valleys and pristine habitats.

Amazonia, Brazil. About 20% of the world's oxygen is produced in the rainforests of the Amazon in Brazil. The Amazon rainforest is inhabited by hundreds of animal and plant species, plants of all kinds, fascinating reptiles, amphibians and mammals that are a delight for lovers of the environment. The forest is clothed and full of riches that will leave the traveler breathless.

Himalaya, Nepal. Nature lovers come to these areas to enjoy the rich biodiversity offered by the Himalayas in Nepal. The destination is especially loved by climbers who go to Nepal for the presence of Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world. The Himalayas offers a mix of breathtaking views, from woods to mountains without excluding valleys and pastures that will surely inebriate the tourist. There is no shortage of trekking routes, these are the ones that attract thousands of tourists every year.

Dominica. It is an island of pristine beauty but at the same time rich in culture. The island of Dominica, in the Caribbean, is the dream of every hiker and aficionado of the seabed. On the island you can start an endless adventure, it is full of woods, mountains, springs, rivers and waterfalls. It is the habitat of exotic plants and animals; Dominica is a picturesque location and boasts numerous coral reefs, streams and stunning coastline.

Norway. The wild and evocative landscape of Norway is surrounded by a magical aura. The experience of exploring the local culture and nature can enrich the traveler at 360 °. Tourists who will touch these lands will be filled with amazement when they are surrounded by crystal clear waters, snow-capped mountains, waterfalls and pristine beauties, typical landscapes of Norway. Among the more environmentally friendly destinations are the Norwegian Fjords, Geilo, Lofoten and the Svalbard Islands.


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