Eco tourism - 3 holiday destinations for eco-friendly activities

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Its commitment for the environment goes beyond boat rental in Nice. For example, we have created an academy for self drive boat. Our environment commitment goest beyond boating when possible. This section Eco tourism promotes also destinations and other ways of travel that seem relevant to us.

Eco-friendly activities are mainly defined by the discovery of nature in respect of the environment and the local culture. If this type of tourism interests you, here are 3 destinations to choose for eco-friendly trips. Of course, do not forget to compensate the CO2 emitted for your trip!

Village of Tanzania: nature tree landscape

Village of Tanzania: nature tree landscape

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Tanzania: an eco-responsible immersion

Tanzania is also an interesting destination for eco-friendly activities. Renowned for its vast wilderness, you can discover a unique cultural and natural wealth. For example, you can see the big fives, elephants, lion, leopard, buffalo and rhinoceros during a safari in Manyara National Park. You can also live authentic days with the Maasai, Hadzabe and Dagotas. These are local tribes in which you can live their daily lives by participating in different tasks and living in the countryside.

Brazil: a destination not to be missed 

Brazil will allow you to enjoy eco-friendly activities thanks to the strategy of the Brazilian Ministry of Tourism to focus on the development of sustainable tourism. A trip to Brazil is an adventure and an exploration that is far from mass tourism. You can go to the city of Bonito which is one of the true emblems of ecotourism in Brazil. The surrounding nature is exceptional: thick jungle, caves, underground lakes and waterfall. It's a true paradise for nature lovers. You can also do a cultural immersion in the heart of this beautiful country by tasting local specialties such as Feijoada which is a bean stew with pork and beef meats.

Mongolia: a cultural discovery

Delimited by China and Russia, Mongolia is known for its vast wilderness and nomadic culture. Between the steppes, the lush forests, the grasslands and the northern Siberian taiga and the Gobi desert to the south, nature lovers will be delighted. You can, for example, visit the Gorkhi-Terelj National Park, which is perched at an altitude of 1,600 meters, or the Khustai nuruu National Park, which is home to an incredible wealth of flora and fauna. To better appreciate the trip, you can immerse yourself in a nomadic family and participate in the various daily activities of the family such as looking for wood, prepare meals, feed the calves and bring back the flock of goats.