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Ecotourism in Egypt

In contrast to eco tourism in other countries in the Middle East, such as Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and Iran, there is an extremely active Ecotourism Committee in the Egyptian Tourism Federation, which makes eco tourism in Egypt especially diverse, authentic, and unique. You can find high-end, and low end –- all satisfying experiences based on […]

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Sustainable Cruising Across the Caribbean

Millions of tourists and vacationers embrace cruising across the Caribbean to explore new destinations and the islands. The Caribbean is indeed a true cruising paradise as there are no two islands that are truly alike, and it is hard to resist those white sand beaches with crystal clear waters.

Staying at an Eco-lodge in Myanmar

When planning a trip to Myanmar, you should consider your accommodation choices carefully.  To get a Myanmar visa for US citizens, you need to provide information about your first few nights’ lodging. That’s not all, for the visa to be approved your accommodation must be a registered hotel, inn, or guest house. You can’t add […]

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Enjoy a Greener Experience with a Staycation

Going on vacation is something that we all love to do. Some people head overseas every year for their annual trip. However, over recent years a new trend has emerged, with many preferring to explore their own country with a staycation. For those who want to enjoy a more eco-friendly vacation experience, a staycation is the ideal choice.

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25 eco-athletes swim to save the Dead Sea

This week, 25 open water swimmers endured seven hours paddling throught the hypersaline waters of the Dead Sea to draw world attention to the environmental degradation of that three million year old lake. Equipped with facemasks and snorkels specifically designed to protect them from the mineral-rich water, they dove in on the Jordan shoreline, and emerged in […]

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The beauty of ecotourism in Israel

Most visitors to Israel concentrate on exploring the many biblical, cultural, and historical sites that abound Israel. And rightfully so! Israel has been the hub of Jewish, Christian, and Islamic history for centuries. These sites are fundamentally important as they inspire a connection with one’s faith as well as a deeper historical understanding. But there […]