Do You Want Some Great Ideas for the
Best Eco Holidays?
When you start thinking where can I go for the best eco holidays, what springs to mind?
There are so many different and diverse choices to decide from, it can make your head spin.
I have listed some ideas you might like below; if you have any ideas you would like to share with us, leave your comments at the end of the post.
Two young cheetas on a mound, Kenya
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Here, we have listed out some of the best eco holidays destinations that you can visit if you are a green warrior.
These destinations are for you – if you are keen on protecting the environment while traveling and having fun.
Kenya is a place that you would imagine as a vast Savannah with zebras, lions and elephants all around.
Well, you will surely find these in Kenya.
But there is a lot more to explore in this country than the wildlife. It is a destination with some exciting adventures on offer.
Kenya has more than fifty national parks and wildlife reserves, with a huge variety of animals and birds along with lush rain-forests.
In addition, there are lakes, sandy beaches, coral reefs, deserts, mountains and even snow-capped peaks, each with their own unique flora and fauna.
Image: Mountain Bongo, Kenya
This country has been identified as the greenest country in the world.
It is possibly the best example of an environment-friendly nation.
Costa Rica has beautiful black sand beaches, misty and lush green rain-forests, gushing rivers, along with a number of wildlife reserves housing some rare and endangered species of flora and fauna.
There are also a large number of resorts and hotels that are nature-friendly. This is one green destination to look out for if you wish to be sensitive to the environment and have loads of fun at the same time.
Iglesia católica de Miramar. Cantón de Montes de Oro,
Provincia de Puntarenas, Costa Rica
This is a small state nested in the southwestern corner of India. Many call it “God’s Own Country”, a name that couldn’t be any closer to describing this heavenly destination. It is one of the most pristine locations in India, well preserved and protected.
Kerala has lush green forests and unspoiled sandy beaches. Along with this, it houses a very wide range of flora, many of them endangered.
The Lake Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is home to animals like wild boar, elephants and bison.
The Rajamala National Park is home to the nilgiri tahr, which is an extremely endangered species of mountain goat.
This is the place for you if you like being amidst nature and take in all its sights, smells and sounds.
Brazil (also spelled Brasil)
You may not think of Brazil when it comes to green destinations, as it is known mostly for its beach holidays.
But it now slowly emerging as a hot destination for eco-travelers,
with the government and the people adopting many environment-friendly measures.
Brazil is home to the Amazon basin, which has been recognized as having the highest concentration of biodiversity in the world. Many species in this region are yet to be documented, and many others are rare and endangered species.
Cristo Redentor, statue on Corcovado mountain in Rio de Janeiro
This is a destination that not many may know of.
It is extremely remote and hidden away safely by its location as well as government regulations preserving it.
Norway is a world leader in environmental policy, and this is reflected in the way its ecology is preserved.
The Norwegian Fjords offer waters that are crystal clear and pristine, snow-capped mountains and cascading waterfalls.
There is a lot of wildlife here to go with this scenic and beautiful surroundings.
These are some of the top destinations that you could look at when planning your holiday if you are looking at having a good time while keeping up your role as an eco-warrior. Happy Holidaying!!!
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So there we have it, if those destinations don’t whet your appetite for adventure and travel in an environtmently eco friendly way, I can’t imagine what will.
Best eco holidays for the health of the planet, surely that is the way forward, any suggestions or comments please leave below, many thanks; see more articles on The Daily Green Post home page.