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5 travel features tagged “Eco-tourism”

The Galápagos Islands, a land untouched

Ecuador’s famous archipelago is still a place where animals have the right of way, the exotic is accessible and the pages of a magazine come to life.
Read more… 29 November 2012


Beyond the Headlines

The repercussions of rainforest reduction

While sustainable forestry techniques could reduce rainforest deforestation by millions of acres per year, travellers can also play their part.
Read more… 02 November 2012


The Galápagos: Lessons in natural selection

This archipelago some 1,000km off the coast of Ecuador is a living laboratory where wildlife is a prime illustrator of how only the strongest survive.
13 September 2012


Beyond the Headlines

Have the Galapagos been saved?

The islands are no longer an endangered World Heritage site, but they may still be at risk.
Read more… 03 February 2011


Ecuador’s mainland animals

Not all of Ecuador’s animals are found on the bio-diverse Galapagos Islands that Charles Darwin made famous in On the Origin of Species. Straddling across the Andes from the Amazon to the Pacific Ocean, there are record numbers of insects, reptiles and birds to be found on the country’s mainland.
02 February 2011


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