In celebration of Earth Day, there's no better time to start thinking about ways we can reduce our impact on the environment and promote sustainability. One way to do this is by learning more about faraway destinations by traveling to them in a responsible, sustainable way. From exploring ancient forests to visiting a city on the brink of sinking, these tours are a great way to connect with nature and learn more about the importance of protecting our planet. Read on to discover how you can make a positive impact while still experiencing all the wonders that the world has to offer.
Butterfly Garden from the Cloud Forest in Ecuador
Universally recognized as beautiful and graceful creatures, walking amongst delicate butterflies in a lush Ecuador cloud forest setting will give you new appreciation for these exotic creatures. An immersive sensory experience that's hard to forget, you’ll be greeted by the sight of hundreds of delicate creatures, their wings shimmering in the sunlight amidst a stunning array of tropical flowers, from orchids and heliconias to hibiscus and bird-of-paradise, as our expert guide gives insights into butterfly behavior, biology, and conservation efforts.
Enchanting Rialto: Discover the Vibrant Center of Venice
Journey through the winding canals and historic landmarks of Venice without adding to the city’s intense influx of visitors. Also known as the “Floating City”, observe the bustling day to day activities at the local fish market and sites like the Rialto bridge as you explore the city's iconic waterways originally created as a means to connect the city’s 118 small islands. Our guide will re-tell the city’s storied past while sharing more about how climate change, pollution, and human activity is causing the canals to dry up, and what residents are doing to preserve the unique beauty and history of Venice for generations to come.
Ancient Forest: Walking Among 800 Year Old Trees in Canada
Join local filmmaker and outdoor adventurer Dan King on a unique forest walk through one of the world’s oldest and most spectacular forests. Located in the heart of MacMillan Provincial Park on Vancouver Island, Cathedral Grove boasts some awe-inspiring 800-year-old giant Douglas fir trees, some as tall as 75m (250 ft) in height and 9m (29 ft) in circumference. Be transported to a world where the only sounds you'll hear are the rustling of leaves and the songs of birds and reconnect with nature and experience the peace and serenity that only a place like this can offer.
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