Are you looking for a vacation that takes you to different regions on the globe where you can feel good about yourself? A trip that makes you feel could about yourself would include the following:
- You get to see a preserved part of the world that is outside the mainstream traffic.
- You feel good because you are spending dollars to support a place on our planet where you can return in the future and know that future generations can enjoy it too.
Are you looking for a chance to see places and meet people that teach you a better understanding of the earth and its cultures? Cultural Ecotourism: Cultural ecotourism offers you a wonderful opportunity to experience uniquely beautiful parts of the world that can also teach you about other cultures and other environments. One thing to remember, to visit and learn from a place, you must not change the natural beauty of the land and its people.
Here’s what you may be looking for:
Suggestions for a few cultural ecotourism resorts among many others like these in various parts of the world offering everything from self-improvement activities to volunteer opportunities, where you can experience the traditions, the music, the food, and the spirituality of indigenous cultures.
Milia Mountain Resort, in Greece, is an old Cretan village restored in 1991 by people passionate about its place, its culture, traditions, and environment. Located in the province Kissamos, you find a really peaceful retreat from the rush of modern life. You’ll can chose from 13 guest rooms, each with its own distinct atmosphere.
For more information, please visit: MiliaMountainRetreat
Fazenda Santa Marina, in Brazil, is an early 19th century farmhouse deep in the state of Minas Gerais, in the region of Estada Real. It’s an example of colonial charm and is surrounded by a large Atlantic rainforest reserve. You’ll experience an intimate insight into Brazilian way of life, culinary traditions, and slow rhythms.
For more details, please visit: FazendaSantaMarina
Malealea Lodge & Pony Centre, in the Kingdom of Lesotho, is surrounded by the Republic of South Africa. You’ll stay in one of a small complex of five rondavels (traditionally constructed stone and thatch huts) farmhouse and lodge rooms in the breathing landscape of the Lesotho highlands. You’ll trek across a land without fences, wade through rivers, and embrace the dramatic scenery where you’ll forge an intimate relationship with the people and the place.
For more details, please visit: MalealeaLodge&PonyTrekCentr
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