In this article we explore some of the most fascinating and beautiful ghost towns, villages and cities across the globe, and reveal why they’re worth a visit.
Late last year, Lonely Planet released their must-visit destination list for 2011, and although we’re half way through the year already we thought we’d take a look at the list and see what each of the chosen hotspots offers in terms of ecotourism and green stays, so you can plan your trip accordingly.
Every year, the list of ecotourism destinations is expanding and branching out from traditional hot spots to places you wouldn’t usually think about venturing through. Jabal Moussa in Lebanon proves to be one such newly added gem. Read on to find out why.
It sounds crazy, but eucalyptus leaves may soon become the new jet fuel. Virgin Australia Ltd. plan to turn the proliferate foliage into fuel to protect the environment.
The winners of The Travel Photographer of the Year 2011 competition will benefit from huge international exposure, with the winning images appearing in the Travel Photographer of the Year Book and exhibited at the Royal Geographical Society in London in the run up to the 2012 Olympics.
Imagine heading to the beach for the day to cool off from the intense heat only to find a blanket of squidgy green algae covering the shore. It happened to a hoard of day trippers in Qingdao, China just last month.
Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar Sushil Kumar Modi’s recent announcement that the government was keen on turning the Valmiki Tiger Reserve (VTR) into an exclusive ecotourist destination has been received with great excitement and enthusiasm.
Travellers are spoilt for choice these days when choosing environmentally responsible and sustainable locations to vacation, so deciding where to go can be difficult. Here we present five of the top eco resorts worldwide that boast some of the best renewable technologies, making them true green stays, and your decision a whole lot easier.