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Have you ever wondered what carbon offsets actually mean when you are offered the chance to pay a relatively small sum compared to the airfare to do your bit for the environment. Well you are not alone – our special reporter on sustainable and regenerative tourism, Keeley Warren speaks to Patricia Woiton of Fly.Green, which is a search engine you can use when researching your flight options. It enables travellers to compare the relative environmental benefits of one airline against another and you might be surprised at what emission savings you can achieve as a result of the choices you are offered.
BUNDABERG, AUSTRALIA – WHERE GREAT CARE BEGINS
Now more than ever are we looking for ways that we, as consumers, can travel sustainably, while forging deeper connections with people and place, and seeking experiences that feed the soul. One destination leading the way with exceptional eco-experiences that help protect and preserve our backyard is the Bundaberg region with local eco-tourism warriors, supported by a passionate local community and proactive local government, are striving to achieve Eco Tourism status and encouraging visitors and locals alike to travel sustainably – Welcome to where great care begins in Bundaberg.
Ecotourism likes to present itself as a "green alternative" to other, much more destructive forms of tourism, often without realizing nature conservation, social justice, and local income opportunities. Thus, as the number of projects increases, there is growing concern about whether the programs are meeting their sustainability target or may even be counterproductive.
Khao Sok National Park
Older than the Amazon rainforest, Khao Sok offers rewarding insights into tropical wildlife and forest diversity. Jungle hiking, rafting, waterfall discoveries, birdwatching, planting trees at an ecolodge with a view, and tasting local southern curries are all part of the Khao Sok experience.
Ecotourism in Cambodia
Cardamom Tented Camp is an ecolodge located in lowlands just off the Cardamom Mountains in Koh Kong province, southwest Cambodia. Offering nine well-appointed safari-style tents, the lodge aims to minimise the human footprint on the natural world and serve as a role model in promoting sustainable ecotourism practices within both the national park and Cambodia as a whole.
Surfing in Portugal – it’s fun and sustainable
Portugal - the dream of all city dwellers and active vacationers. Smell the sea and taste the salt. Where does this work better than in Portugal? This report shows how you can and should travel to one of the most beautiful countries in Europe and then succumb to your passion for surfing.