Ecological tourism (ecotourism) is one of the ways of knowing yourself and the world around you, a trip to places untouched by civilization, where you can see our planet as it was hundreds, and even thousands of years ago.
Ecological tourism is popular in many countries and interest in this type of recreation is growing steadily. We conduct ecological tours, taking into account all your wishes, so that in a short period of time you can see as many interesting places as possible and get the most impressions from acquaintance with the flora and fauna of your chosen region.
Some of the most interesting places in terms of ecological tourism and most often visited by us are Altai, Karelia, Kamchatka, the Central region of Russia, Crimea, Kyrgyzstan, Finland, Iceland, Brazil, Venezuela, Peru, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Canada, Tanzania, the islands of Papua New Guinea.
Let's take a closer look at some of the places for ecotourism. Every year, more and more people want to escape from the bustle of the city and discover unique ecosystems where a huge number of plant and animal species have been preserved that are not found anywhere else in the world and get acquainted with local tribes leading a distinctive and isolated way of life, which allowed them to preserve their feeling harmony and principles of generational continuity. One of these unique places ideal for ecological tourism is undoubtedly South America, and here almost any country will fully meet your expectations, but I would like to dwell on only one, because for certain reasons I know it better than others. This country is Venezuela.
Ecotourism in Venezuela is gaining momentum, every year new specially equipped territories appear in the country, tourism and, in particular, eco-tourism is becoming a tangible item of state revenue and, possibly, in the near future, will remove the country from the oil needle. p>
Having lived in Venezuela for a total of about six months and traveled through it thousands of kilometers, I can confidently say that it has everything for the flourishing of ecological tourism. This country amazes even the experienced traveler with the abundance of various ecosystems. In a matter of days you can visit deserts, semi-deserts, savannahs, jungles, mountains - Andes, as well as coastal and island territories.
The main attractions of Venezuela, which, in my opinion, are most suitable for ecological tourism are the Grand Savannah, the Canaima and Roraima areas, as well as the state of Amazonas - in the South, in the West - these are the Andes mountains and their foothills , in the North - the Mochima Marine Reserve and the Los Roques Archipelago, in the East - the Orinoco River Delta, and in the Central part of the Great Plains - Los Llanos.
The abundance of flora and fauna of this not the largest country in South America will impress you for a long time, and the number of waterfalls combined with the grandeur and variety of mountain ranges will shock any imagination.
Going on a trip around the country, it is important to understand that Venezuela is still at the beginning of the path of civilized development and ecological tourism will be noticeably different from more developed countries, not to mention Europe, but for the Russian traveler there is undoubtedly a lot of familiarity in the mentality and character of the local population.
The good thing about eco-tourism, however, is that you don't have to go to the other side of the world to do it. For those who are close to Russian nature, it is enough to drive away from Moscow for a couple of hundred kilometers, and you will find yourself in the beautiful, virgin forest of the central biosphere reserve, where you can quite calmly observe animals such as wolves, bears and lynxes.
These animals have not lost contact with humans, and in particular with the specialists of the reserve, who, without any compulsion for the animal, using a certain methodology and a competent scientific approach in combination with great love, can observe animals in their natural environment habitat. And we can say with complete confidence that the reserve has all the conditions for the development of ecological tourism.
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