Top 5 Ecotourism Spots You Should Visit Around the World

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Top 5 Ecotourism Spots You Should Visit Around the World

If you are an Eco- tourist or adventurist here are 5 spots around the world that you must visit to get up close and personal with nature.

The world that we live in is full of wonders. There are many wonderful things to see in the natural world. From lush forests to deep blue oceans, colorful coral reefs to snow covered mountains, there is beauty everywhere.

I personally find observing nature fascinating. Every year, I pack my bags, leave home and spend time in nature. A place of beauty could be as close to your home as in the corner of your neighborhood or thousands of miles away in another country.

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Top 5 Ecotourism Spots Around The World

So, which places around the world should you visit? Here are top five spots around the world that you might consider putting on your wish list.  This list is ranked based on some of the expert tourist guides on the internet and from my own personal experiences.

1. Denali National Park

If you would like to visit a cool place in the hot summer, Mount McKinley in Denali National Park would be the perfect place for you. Denali National Park and Preserve is located in Interior Alaska, centered around Mount McKinley, the highest mountain in North America. This park is full of natural beauty and open spaces and camping grounds. There are several lodging and hotel facilities available around the park, making it an excellent place for family tours, hiking, climbing and camping.

2. Iceland

Iceland is a unique destination which is a haven of unspoiled natural beauty. The Forbes Life’s list of The 10 Coolest Places To Visit In 2015  puts Iceland at the number one spot, based on the experiences of Owen Gaddis, a luxury travel manager at the Absolute Travel.  Gaddis says aside from the new Eleven Experience property, Deplar Farm, there are millions of other reasons to put Iceland at the top of the list.


Pokhara, Nepal

3. Nepal

Located in South Asia, bordering China and India, Nepal is often referred to as a as a trekking paradise for tourists. It’s a place filled with astounding beauty and diverse artistic traditions. The first thing tourists love about Nepal is the friendly natives and their hospitality. Nepal is especially famous for the Himalayan ranges and high mountain peaks, particularly, Mount Everest, the highest mountain peak in the world.  You will also enjoy forests, lakes and rivers in Nepal, in their undisturbed natural state.

4. Costa Rica

No eco-tourist can resist the temptation of visiting Costa Rica. Natural beauty of Costa Rica is unique, with thick rain forests, misty cloud forests, black sand beaches, and rushing rivers that host thousands of different species of wildlife. You would see a dazzling array of animals including Jaguars, monkeys, crocodiles, sea turtles, numerous birds and dart frogs. It is an ideal place for both, nature lovers and active travelers who love the wilderness and activities such as white water rafting, kayaks, hiking, or just for unwinding and relaxing in the nature.

5. Kenya

Kenya is known for its wild savannah grass lands that host several types of wildlife such as lions and elephants. Kenya is also known for its beautiful landscape that includes mountains, lakes, forests, rainforests, rivers, beaches and desert. Kenya has incredible natural diversity of wildlife, which is protected by 50 national parks and reserves across the country.

Hope you will enjoy traveling to some of these places this year. Each of these places has unique natural beauty and ecosystems that support a diverse group of wildlife, unique plants, and cultures that that ought to excite every eco-tourist and nature enthusiast.

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Source: Environmental Professionals Network

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