What better way to take an Eco-Friendly vacation than to go on one that lets you enjoy the culinary delights of a region by pedaling or hiking along its back roads. Or you may want to take a horse back ride or learn yoga while you experience the scenery and continue to preserve it. With these types of trips you can have invigorating sensory and physical experiences as you work up an appetite for the next delicious meal.Read more...(649 words, 10 images, estimated 2:36 mins reading time)
Do you love new cuisine experiences? Do you seek out travel that offers adventure?
But, do you want cuisine experiences and adventures that will help sustain and preserve earth’s beauty? Then a culinary eco-tourism is just the ticket for you. Its goal is to educate and inspire food and wine enthusiasts while it gives them a chance to travel and explore local areas around the world. The traveler gets an opportunity to explore local areas and learn about local food trends, cooking techniques, and food history.Read more...(551 words, 7 images, estimated 2:12 mins reading time)
If you’re Eco-Friendly, you’re a responsible traveler who wants to visit places on this planet that we all want to preserve for their natural, cultural, and environmental beauty. You may already be a photographer who takes beautiful pictures that capture these places for everyone to enjoy; to either inspire others to visit these locales or share ecotourism gems with people who cannot visit them. Regardless, if you’re a photographer you know in your heart, why you like to take pictures.Read more...(525 words, 12 images, estimated 2:06 mins reading time)
Like great creative people such as Leonard da Vinci and Frank Lloyd Wright whose nature studies inspired their works of art and architecture, Charlotte Bronte too used nature to enrich her writings.
Charlotte Bronte makes use of nature’s imagery throughout “Jane Eyre,” and comments on both the human relationship with the outdoors and human nature. The Oxford Reference Dictionary defines “nature” as “1. the phenomena of the physical world as a whole; 2. a thing’s essential qualities; 3.a person’s or animal’s innate character; 4. A vital force, functions, or needs.” Read more...(557 words, 9 images, estimated 2:14 mins reading time)