Disregarded eco-tourism destinations

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    tabrezrocksposted 3 years ago

    There are many destinations in the world attracts us for visiting but there are so many in the world have disregarded eco-tourism destinations

    here are the list below:
    1. Certain destinations, from Costa Rica to Kenya, have built a reputation for their eco-tourism activities. Other places have not yet earned headlining eco-tourism status, but are nonetheless known for their amazing landscapes and abundance of plant and animal wildlife. It doesn't really matter if you are going to “the next big eco-tourism destination” or traveling somewhere that has not yet made a name for itself, because the goal is always going to be the same: finding ways to be amazed by nature. In these 10 places, amazement is all but assured

    2. Bhutan
    Bhutan has already made its way onto many “best of” lists because of its nature and, more importantly, its well-preserved culture. Traditional practices are still at the forefront in this tiny Himalayan nation, which is tucked in the mountains between Indian and China. Though the country does have its share of harsh mountain landscapes that are difficult to access, its people are undeniably welcoming, and places like Jigme Dorji National Park are teeming with unique creatures like snow leopards, black bears and musk oxen. Guided treks through the country are possible, as are trips to remote villages, cliff-top monasteries, and untouched national forests.

    3.  Dominica
    The self-proclaimed “Nature Island” of the Caribbean, Dominica's tourism industry has little in common with the resort-oriented landscapes on neighboring isles. This land of boiling lakes, towering waterfalls, dense jungle and winding mountain trails is the perfect Caribbean destination for those who want to avoid the mainstream tourism scene that dominates this region. Sure, many islands have untouched interior forests and a handful of eco-tourism attractions, but on Dominica, nature is all-encompassing. Morne Trois Pitons National Park, as well as major forest preserves, provide trails that crisscross the island, making it possible to literally explore for days without once seeing the inside of a resort.