By choosing to visit the Galapagos Islands on a small tour cruise travellers can help preserve the delicate balance of these islands without completely missing out on their hidden wonders.
Far below the rim of the Grand Canyon hides a little cluster of rustic cabins dating back to 1922. Accessible only by foot, mule or raft, these cabins, known collectively as Phantom Ranch, provide intrepid explorers with a chance of a truly outside-the-box eco experience. It’s one you’ll never forget.
In order to maintain fish stocks, Lofgren has implemented a policy where for every ounce of fish consumed at the restaurant, twice as much live fish are released into the wild.
The regions getting a major rail investment include Washington, Connecticut, Missouri, New York and New Jersey. All in all, the total amount committed by the government so far towards rail development is a whopping $5.7 billion.
Located in Aucallama, a small Peruvian district about an hour away from Lima is the unique ecological artistic community Eco Truly Park. What was once a tract of unworkable, sandy land has been transformed into a community that has become an inspiring example of healthy, natural, yet simple, living.
It’s not often you get something for nothing, so take note: to celebrate National Public Lands Day this year, Yosemite National Park will be waiving all entry fees for the day!
The land of the Inca, home to the magnificent condor, Peru has held traveller’s fascinations for centuries, and it’s no wonder considering the country contains some of the world’s most amazing sights – both natural and manmade.