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Canadians aim to monetize on ecotourism: popular and safe

As people travel more and more in the 21st century, at some point it feels boring to simply raise your feet on another beach somewhere in Europe or visit a hundredth museum in a row. Escaping from the city vibes in search of some extraordinary experience, many travellers have now turned to ecotourism: visiting natural areas attempting to leave the minimum carbon footprint (for example through getting to the point by boats instead of fueled transport), therefore preserving the natural integrity. In most cases, the ecotourism destinations are not adapted to host guests at all, which is why visitors have to literally survive there on their own. Continue reading “Canadians aim to monetize on ecotourism: popular and safe”