Take an Eco-Friendly Trip

There are many great destinations to travel to when it comes to eco-friendly and conservation centered retreats.

 

Kenya is a good choice if you are going for an eco-conscious getaway. You will be able to view wildlife in an educational way and Kenya is known for being a leader in ecotourism. Kenya began to ban plastic bags in 2017 and there are even tours available that are helping women to gain new skills.

 

Bhutan is another adventure that you don’t want to miss. Bhutan is the first country to be carbon-neutral in the world. The forests of Bhutan effectively capture carbon and this area is known for its cultural preservation as well as its socioeconomic development.

 

British Columbia is sustainability focused and is where you can enjoy nature at its finest, from its sea lions to its migrating salmon. Great Bear Rainforest is well-known for its sustainability initiatives such as its water turbine energy system that provides a renewable energy sources. There are many adventure trips available so you can choose your favorite.

 

If you’re looking for something a little more exotic yet still eco-friendly, then the Galapagos is the place for you. The Galapagos is a very diverse ecosystem where you can see sea lions, giant tortoises, and birds. You can also visit the Charles Darwin Research Station to learn more about the endangered species in the area. There are many outfitters in the area that offer eco-excursions of the area and many are community-driven. The Planeterra Foundation is a nonprofit project that teaches Floeana Island residents management training and also supports wildlife preservation.

 

Wild Ark was created by very passionate conservationists committed to preserving the wild for our future generations and educating people about the wild. Wild Ark was founded by Mark and Sophie Hutchinson who are actively working on making a difference in the world.

 

Wild Ark has a mission to protect the biodiversity of the various green belts around the world and conserving wildlife. Wild Ark is also researching and creating opportunities for people to not only become inspired by nature, but to also protect it.

 

Visit http://wildark.com/ for more details.