Alisa Lebedintseva on Ecotourism

Alisa Lebedintseva on Ecotourism

Alisa Lebedintseva on Ecotourism



During last decades, there has been deterioration of the environment, climate change, overpopulation and pollution of popular vacation destinations, ski resorts and seaside. Hence, a new trend was created – ecological tourism which is actively being advanced worldwide. Development of ecotourism is aimed to minimize changes to environment. Ecotourism is positive impact by human beings on environment.


Fundamentals of Ecotourism


1. Active actions on preservation of natural and cultural heritage
2. Attraction of local and ingenious for management, development and performance of ecotourism activities which promote their well-being.
3. Educate tourists on significance of natural and cultural heritage of the visited tourist attractions.
4. Emphasis on individual tourists and organized small-sized tourist groups.


Ecotourism is the ecologically safest way of nature use.


Educational – purposeful learning of the elements of ecosystem.


Introductory (Orientation) – non-professional observation of nature. At the same time, there is an active examination of the territory, move from one object to another or permanent placement in a single nature place.


Several Main Commandments of EcoTourists

1. Leave only footprints, take only photos and kill only time
2. Respect Locals
3. Do not buy the products that harm environment
4. Whenever possible use the methods aimed at preservation of environment
5. Travel with the companies

Together, we will preserve environment.

To consult on ecotourism as well as discuss other issues, contact us at 310-570-7294.


Alice Lebedintseva



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