Conservation Centered Travel Destinations Worth Visiting

Same as authentic and experimental, sustainable and eco-friendly are terminologies that are frequently used when describing travel destinations. With the environmental changes currently being witnessed in our planet, it is encouraging to see resorts and various hotels inviting their guests to reuse their towels while at the same time installing LED lights and solar panels in their enterprises.

 

Specific extraordinary lodge, camp, and resort owners are giving new meaning to sustainability. For these owners, environmental conservation is paramount hence they wouldn’t bother welcoming paying guests to their establishments if the guests can’t make donations to their conservation efforts.

 

A practical case of such an occurrence is in the Ol Jogi resort located in Kenya. This establishment is run by Alec Wildenstein who inherited the development from his family. Ol Jogi offers a fantastic glimpse into an ostentatious lifestyle considering all the amenities in this establishment ranging from antique furniture to rare ornaments. The owner, however, stated that all these magnificent pieces are there to woo paying clients who are willing to donate to the anti-poaching campaign.

 

Ted Turner who currently owns an excess of 2 million acres of land in various regions of the united states recently opened his gates to the public to one of his properties in Vermejo Park, a ranch in New Mexico. Since he has been enjoying the serene atmosphere and environment provided by his property all alone, Turner saw it fit to share this with other human beings as we exist on this planet to marvel at its beauty.

 

The owners of these establishments have committed a lot of effort and money towards various conservation efforts. As the planet faces multiple challenges brought about by human activity, the only thing left is to salvage and protect the earth and the different species that live here from ourselves. All this needs funding and more than just a deep pocket, that is why protecting the ecosystem and conserving it has become an integral thing in the 21st century.

 

Wild Ark was conceived by a team of dedicated and passionate conservationists whose objectives include educating the general population on why it is fundamental to protect the planet for posterity. Mark and Sophie Hutchinson established the wild ark in partnership with their team of dedicated individuals who are concerned about the various challenges facing the world’s remote and wild regions. The mission is to conserve these areas and their ecosystem, the more extensive plot being able to preserve wildlife’s biodiversity. Learn more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2017/03/25/the-last-21-km-of-fenceline-between-david-pocock-and-his-wildest_a_21884731/