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Bermagui Ecotourism

Enjoying Eco-Tours In Bermagui – The Fishing Village Of New South Wales

This was written by Teena Celis of http://www.adrenalin.com.au/. On the south coast of New South Wales lies the town of Bermagui, famous as the ultimate fishing destination of the Bega Valley Shire in Australia. Bermagui is an international fishing destination, ever since American author Zane Grey pioneered the game-fishing sport here in the 1930′s. Fishing […]

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Fitness Retreat Camps

Fitness Retreat Camps: A New Way to Enjoy the Holiday Season

This was written by Shaiya Ong of Daily Chump. The holiday season is just around the corners. Many are already planning their vacation escapade. Why not try a new experience that is healthy for your body and friendly to the environment. Find a fitness retreat camp near your place and help rejuvenate your mind and […]

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World Tourism Expo 2012 in Assisi Italy

The World Tourism Expo Lands in Assisi, Italy on September 21 to 23

This was written by Shaiya Ong of Italian Airport Guide. Italy holds the position of holding a handful of 47 UNESCO Sites, which includes the Colosseum,Vatican City, Field of Miracles, San Gimigmano, and Villa d’Estate, which makes it the perfect place to host the Third Edition of the World Tourism Expo for the year 2102 […]

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Wildlife Sanctuaries in Sabah Malaysia

Wildlife Sanctuaries in Sabah, Malaysia

This post is by Shaiya Ong with the Sabah Guide. The list of endangered species is growing and those that have gone instinct have also increased. It is sad news for any earth lover, but it is uplifting to learn that there are certain countries that consider the wildlife its ultimate gem; thus taking care of […]

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Oceanopolis Brest France

Oceanopolis: An Amazing Work of Nature and Technology

This guest post is by Shaiya Ong of Brest Airport. It is sad to learn that many tourists fail to enjoy the beauty of France, simply because they remain crowded in Paris. If only they realize the beauty lurking in the coastal area of Brest then they would rush over enjoy the beauty of this place. […]

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Ecotourism and Kids

Ecotourism and Kids – An Unforgettable Life Lesson

This guest post is by Shannen Doherty with family adventure holidays. Travelling somewhere with children is a chance to open their eyes to the world. It’s also a chance to help them understand issues such as sustainability, responsible travel and climate change. It’s generally true that people who are enthused by natural places around the globe are […]

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Earth Friendly in Marseille

Let’s go Earth Friendly in Marseille

This guest post is by Shay of www.frenchairportguide.com/mrs/. Traveling to Marseille is so much fun, but it would be better if you share it with friends who appreciate nature as much as you do. Consider these following places and you will love Mother Earth even more. Green Bear As the name implies, this restaurant serves […]

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Green Up Your Travel

Green Up Your Travel!

This guest post is by Felicia Baratz of Eat Breathe Blog. Green Up Your Travel If you’re committed to being green, vacation should be no exception. While you may not be able to bike to your destination, and you don’t have complete control over the green practices of your hotel, you can do your best […]

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Ibiza Joins the Green Movement

Ibiza Joins the Green Movement

This guest post is by Shay of http://www.ibizaairport.org. An estimated two million tourists visit Ibiza in a year. This is no surprise, since the place has long been declared as the entertainment or clubbing capital of the world. People from different corners of the globe make early reservations to beach resorts for a chance to […]

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Backwater Eco-tours in Kerala (India) by Eco Trails Kerala

Kumarakom, a small but peerless Village is a fast developing backwater tourism hub in Kerala. It is situated on the bank of the Lake Vembanad, the biggest lake in the west coast of India. This lake and the canals flowing to it offer a unique canvas to the travelers. On the banks of this backwater, […]

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