Eco-Sense Tour

Category: Sustainable tourism


EcoCamp Patagonia

Ecocamp Patagonia is for eco-conscious travelers the best place to stay in Patagonia! Ecocamp was established in 2001 by the Chilean tour operator Cascada Expediciones specialized in adventure tours. Their idea was to develop and encourage eco-friendly tourism in this pure and…

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OSA Conservation

The Osa Peninsula, named by National Geographic as “the most biologically intense place on earth“, is a wild area of 700 square miles located on the southern Pacific coast of Costa Rica. It is considered as the most significant wetland ecosystem…

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ASVO

ASVO (Association of Volunteers for service in protected areas) is a nonprofit-based NGO created 25 years ago to protect the environment in Costa Rica. ASVO’s main objective is to protect the natural heritage of Costa Rica while allowing people to…

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Annapurna Conservation Area Project

The Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP), launched in 1986, is the largest project of the National Trust for Nature Conservation and also the first Conservation Area and largest protected area in Nepal. It covers a surface of 7,629 sq.km and…

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Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park

Phong Nha-Ke Bang was originally designated as a Nature Reserve in 1986 and became a National Park in 2001. It is under the responsibility of the Management Board that is in charge of the forest resources and biodiversity protection since…

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Organic Farm Vang Vieng

Organic Farm Vang Vieng (OFVV) is a charming farm located at 5-10 km from Vang Vieng town. It was founded by Mr. Thanongsi Sorangkoun in 1996 who wanted to introduce organic permaculture methods to visitors and local people. The farm…

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Bako National Park

Bako National Park is located at 37 km from Kuching at the tip of the Muara Tebas peninsula. It is one of the most popular park in Sarawak and a protected area since 1957. It is one of the smallest…

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Semenggoh and Matang Wildlife Rehab Centres

  Orangutans, an Endangered species In Malay, orang means “person” and utan (hutan) means “forest” which is literally translated as “person of the forest”. The orangutan is found in Malaysian Borneo rainforests (Sarawak and Sabah, Indonesian Borneo (Kalimantan) and North…

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Serenity Eco Guesthouse

  Serenity Eco Guesthouse, located in Canggu (South West of Bali) and only 5-minutes walk from the beach, offers a relaxing lodge and accommodation and various healthy activities such as yoga classes, surf lessons and traditional massages. In accordance with…

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Nadis Herbal

Nadis Herbal is a Balinese company that produces natural products based on Ayurvedic and herbal medicine such as teas, powders, essential oil and other beauty and spa products. The company also organises Bali Nature Herbal Walks to educate about  the…

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