South America

South America

EXPERIENCE AND FALL IN LOVE WITH THE NATURAL HERITAGE OF THE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT OF QUITO

 


EXPERIENCE AND FALL IN LOVE WITH THE NATURAL HERITAGE
OF THE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT OF QUITO

 

District Biodiversity

Little Fishing Villages, Big Vision of Ecotourism in Brazil

 

 

Little Fishing Villages, Big Vision of Ecotourism in Brazil

by Felipe Zalamea

 

Community-based tourism: a tool for sustainable development

 

Community-based tourism: a tool for sustainable development 

by Felipe Zalamea

 

This original article can be found on the Sumak Travel Blog.

 

Why llamas? Because they are a native and highly eco-friendly animal

 

 

 

Why llamas? Because they are a native and highly eco-friendly animal

 

Llamas are indigenous animals perfectly adapted to pack labor in high altitudes and mountain trails, unlike foreign carrier animals introduced to Peru such as donkeys, mules and horses, whose use results in trail erosion and ecosystem degradation.

 

 

Training Guides in Guyana S.A. - Lesson Learned

The group of guides (and instructor Chuck Lennox- lower right) that received training at Kaieteur National Park, Guyana.

 

By Chuck Lennox, Principal/Consultant, Cascade Interpretive Consulting LLC

Inkaterra is the first Peruvian hotel chain awarded with a Green Choice Sustainable Tourism Certification

Peterson Control Union Green Choice Sustainable Tourism Standard is the first Green certification approved by the Dutch Accreditation Council (RVA)

 

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