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Archive for January 2013

Six reasons why families should take an Eco-Friendly vacation

Many families find that ecotourism vacations bring learning to a new level, since ecotourism is full of what educators call teachable moments. Parents find that ecotourism offers unplanned opportunities for children to explore and unintentionally learn outside the classroom, since most ecotourism vacations include meaningful time in nature.   Wonders of Nature An important part…

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Eco-Friendly Skiers find great skiing in Colorado

Skiing in Colorado is like the unknown author’s quote: “Skiing is a dance, and the mountain always leads.” Colorado offers skiers and snowboarders multiple options throughout the Rocky Mountains. Colorado receives heavy snowfall above 10,0000 feet, under tons of sunshine surrounded by historic ski towns. For the Eco-Friendly skier, there’s another plus. Skiing is about…

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Get physical with interesting Eco-Friendly volunteer vacations

Do you want a vacation where you can reduce stress and rejuvenate yourself physically? And do you also want a vacation that benefits the world around you? The answer to your quest is a Volunteer Vacation. To find these vacations, you can travel across the country or around the world with opportunities to study the…

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Here’s a suggestion for lovers looking for an Eco-Friendly vacation

Are you planning a romantic getaway with the advantages of Eco-tourism? For lovers, Hawaii could be your choice. It’s the land of romance, and it offers Eco-tourism that helps you share an awareness of other cultures and still keep the natural ecosystem. Hawaiian Eco-tourism: For help finding Certified Eco-tour Operators the Hawaii Ecotourism Association developed…

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