Member News and Projects

Member News and Projects

The Wayfarers' New Prague To Dresden Walk Discovers Czech Republic's Hidden Gems

Walking Vacation Highlights the History and Natural Beauty of an Undiscovered Corner of Europe

Japan Ecolodge Association Achieves GSTC-Recognized Certification Status

Japan Environmentally Sustainable Accommodations International Standard is recognized for implementing the Global Sustainable Tourism Criteria, the worldwide minimum requirement for tourism businesses of all size to approach sustainability.

 

Natural Habitat Adventures Launches New Active Expeditions Collection

The new Natural Habitat Expeditions will explore unusual and remote natural destinations via kayak, foot, wind power and determination.

Eco Zakynthos: Urlaub auf der griechischen Insel Zakynthos zwischen Natur und Kultur

21 agrotouristische Betriebe wollen der Krise trotzen und bieten echten griechischen Urlaub, Gastfreundschaft und Naturprodukte.

Romania Announces Framework for Voluntary Certification for Ecotourism Destinations

National Ecotourism Conference, Bucharest, Romania, November 2, 2012 (Photo by Raluca Munteanu)

 

John Muir Geotourism Center Highlights the Legacy of John Muir, Naturalist and Father of US National Parks

Muir and Nature Lovers and Followers Have New Website Resource to Connect and Enjoy Muir’sHistory in the Sierra Nevada Foothills

Going Wilder: Conservation Travel Innovator SEEtheWILD Adds New Species, Partners, & Destinations

SEEtheWILD.org, the world's first non-profit wildlife conservation travel organization, is expanding. The unique travel website now includes new dolphin and primate trips that benefit local wildlife organizations, six new tour operator partners, 15 new wildlife tours, and 10 new destinations.

 

O.A.R.S. Founder, George Wendt, to be Honored at 2012 California River Awards

River running pioneer commended for environmental and culturally responsible outfitting

 

Running Adventure: With Horsemen and Yaks in the Mongolian Wilderness

Runners from 20 countries participated in the 14th Mongolia Sunrise to Sunset – said to be the most pristine 100km and 42km run on the planet. The non-profit event supports environmental projects in Hovsgol National Park, Mongolia.

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