All posts in "Eco-Friendly Travel"
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Bahama Vacations

By myke

And now for something completely different – Bahama Vacations – swimming with pigs…! I found a very interesting spot you might like to go to visit if you are ever in this part of the world on holiday, it’s really quite amazing. Make sure you click here to like > Daily Green Post on Facebook […]

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Maldives Island

By myke

Stunning Maldives Island Paradise Vacations Eco-tourism and Maldive Island holidays – can the two go together? The eco-friendly tourist, aims to be accountable for his holiday choices when travelling to delicate, beautiful, and generally safeguarded areas of the world and hopes to have as little impact on the their environment as possible. Make sure you […]

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Making the Travel Industry a Little Greener

By myke

Today we have a guest post by Sam Marquit, who gives us an insight into the unlikely venue of Las Vegas as being a green tourist destination. Making the Travel Industry a Little Greener Guest Post By Sam Marquit On my travels, I have seen a number of different environmentally friendly methods and green building techniques. I […]

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International Ecotourism Conference

By myke

The International Ecotourism Conference 2013 will be Hosted by Kenya Let’s hope for great things to come out of this years conference, ecotourism is definitely one of the buzz-words you hear more and more frequently in the green communities and forums online. International Ecotourism Conference & Sustainable Tourism by Kate Berrisford on March 29, 2013 in Green travel […]

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Eco Tourism – Gavi Kerala

By myke

Sustainable Eco Tourism – Gavi Kerala India – Totally Amazing Part of the World…!!! Today, I have discovered somewhere completely fascinating, Gavi in Kerala, India. This has gone straight on to my list of places to visit before I die..! Gavi is situated at the easternmost extreme of Pathanamthitta district of Kerala and is situated […]

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City of Pascagoula

By myke

City Of Pascagoula, Mississippi – Magnolia Birding Pier Here at the Daily Green Post we are always on the lookout for articles on Eco-tourism and eco-friendly travel. We like to highlight the destinations where the people of their own locality are trying to make a difference to their environment. If you hear or read of […]

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Bhutan Tourism

By Isobel

Something for the dedicated eco – traveller: The Bhutan tourism trail. Did you know that, Bhutan aims to be first 100% organic nation? More of that later, first a little information for the traveller who might like to consider – Bhutan Tourism. Bhutan, officially the Kingdom of Bhutan, is a landlocked state in South Asia, […]

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Eco Friendly Resorts

By myke

A taste of paradise from Eco friendly resorts Bali, Indonesia Jegog is a form of gamelan music indigenous to Bali, Indonesia played on instruments made of bamboo. The tradition of jegog is centered in Jembrana, a region in Western Bali. In recent years jegog has started to become popular in other regions of Bali with […]

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Benefits of Ecotourism

By myke

What are the Benefits of Ecotourism? The benefits of ecotourism are many and varied; I have put together some articles and videos below which I hope you will find illuminating and give you a good insight into how you can enjoy contributing to the sustainability of mother earth and all the pleasures and delights she […]

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Ecotourism Destinations

By myke

Where are the best Ecotourism Destinations? You might be surprised at the wide diversity of choices available to you! From ecotourism destinations close to home, to more exotic far-flung places. This article will endeavor to give you an insight into just what is possible nowadays. If three decades ago ecotourism was just a wild idea […]

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