Old Dec 14th 2004, 5:12 pm
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Default eco-tourism

There is no standard definition of ecotourism. However, most people agree
that it is small group travel to natural areas: travel that brings
benefits for local people, contributes to nature conservation and cultural
preservation and seeks to minimize negative impacts arising from visiting
such areas. Ecotourism is an effective way to integrate both development
and natural resource conservation goals.

ecotourism is an insightful, mindful and participatory travel experience
to natural and cultural environments, assisting the well-being of the
local cultures and environments for future generations. At the same time
ecotourism produces viable economic opportunities for the host areas.

Africa is a wild continent. Whether on safari in the expansive wilderness
savannas of the Rift Valley, the Serengeti ecosystem, the deserts and
deltas of southern Africa, or gorilla tracking in the impenetrable
forests, you return to the natural world

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