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17 travel features tagged “Eco-tourism”

Fictional Footsteps

Tarzan’s bewitching jungle home

Cameroon’s lush rainforests, secluded beaches and ape sanctuaries are a perfect setting for one of the world’s most famous stories.
Read more… 06 March 2014


The rhino wars of central Kenya

Solio Reserve is the premier place in Africa to see black and white rhino in the wild, but these precious animals are at the heart of a bloody poaching battle.
Read more… 16 August 2013


Life in Zambia’s lush Luangwa Valley

Spread over four national parks, this remote African valley is home to 60 animal species, including buffalo, elephants, lions and hippos and the unique Thornicroft's giraffe.
14 March 2013


Beyond the Headlines

Which countries deserve your money?

The 2013 list of the World’s Best Ethical Destinations gives travellers guidance on where their dollar is most needed and best spent.
Read more… 23 January 2013


The future of conservation in Kenya

By combining traditional lifestyles with the demands of tourism, privately-owned reserves are protecting the 70% of wildlife that lives outside of the country’s national parks.
Read more… 04 September 2012


Uganda's endangered mountain gorillas

Roaming in southwestern Uganda, between the borders of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda, are the only 700 mountain gorillas estimated to be left in the wild.
Read more… 29 August 2012


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