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Ecotourism essentially means responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people.

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magazine article: Ecotourism. "Nowadays, many of us try to live in a way that will damage the environment as little as possible and we want to take these attitudes on holiday with us. This is why alternative forms of tourism are becoming more popular all over the world." Read article

word game: Ecotourism. Dirty Dan is a bad tourist. Match what he said to his friends when he returned from holidays to the seven golden rules of ecotourism that he broke. Play game

poem: Danger in the Wet Some people in North Queensland (Australia) love having tourists visit them so much that they tell them this tale... Read poem

cartoon: "They say you can make lots of money ..." See cartoon

trivia: Quotes: "If you want to see an endangered species, get up and look in the mirror". (John Young, Astronaut) See more ecotourism trivia

links: Wikipedia: ecotourism See more links

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