Eco-Friendly Travel Destination Options

Many people choose vacation destinations based on proximity to a beach, body of water or a city that has a great deal to offer. Still others choose vacation destinations based on the reviews and recommendations of friends and family. No matter the destination, the goal of a vacation is to relax, recharge and take time out to appreciate a different way of life. Rather than choosing one of these “standard” locations, why not consider a more eco-conscious travel destination? Learn more: http://wildark.com/journal/

 

Places like Chile and Uruguay offer amazing beaches and beautiful forests while Lithuania is a leader in renewable energy and plans to continue improving its practices. For people that are looking to vacation within the United States but still focus on being eco-friendly, consider visiting the Alaskan wilderness, Michigan’s national park system or even the Utah mountains, all of which have improved their practices and are focused on leaving a smaller footprint. The gorgeous nature of these areas is not to be understated, but if you’re willing to travel even further, consider supporting the mission of Wild Ark. Learn more: http://wildark.com/travel/

 

For a more adventurous vacation that will immerse you in the African culture and landscape, Wild Ark has numerous packages and safaris that can be tailored to individual desires. Visiting game reserves, going on safaris and even camping in tents in the middle of the gorgeous landscape are all possible – and the best part is that the nature of these vacations allow them to be sustainable, raise awareness for the landscapes and animal populations that need to be conserved, and provide a once in a lifetime experience for those that take part in them. Learn more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2017/03/25/the-last-21-km-of-fenceline-between-david-pocock-and-his-wildest_a_21884731/

 

No matter what your interests may be, a trip through Wild Ark is something to remember for a lifetime. Seeing birds, animals, landscapes and even meeting indigenous residents ill offer travelers a different glimpse into the way things work in other areas of the world, allow for learning and personal growth and even will help to provide the funds to preserve these beautiful and important locations. While it is important to preserve and help these locations to flourish, it is also imperative that people can see them first hand, helping them to understand what they mean to the rest of the world’s ecosystems.

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