“Wild” about ecotourism

The world’s population grows more every minute, and with expansion causing the destruction of natural habitats to make way for man-made structures, it is getting more difficult to see nature in her most authentic forms (http://wildark.com/journal/). We are losing wilderness around the world every day, but there are those that strive to educate the public, even through conservation vacations. The hope is to teach about the wild, and ways to save it, while giving vacationers the chance to work, hands-on, for the good of the ecosystem, and all of it’s inhabitants.
One such group is Wild Ark, which was created by Mark and Sophie Hutchinson, who made the commitment to work on ways to make a difference and educate the public. Their team have been “creating research and experience opportunities for people to reconnect with nature and become inspired to protect it” with adventures such as various exploration packages to Africa and Alaska Learn more : http://wildark.com/travel/. A traveler can be taught survivalist skills in the wild bush of Botswana or South Africa, go on a birding or photography safaris, or a sportsman trip to Alaska. All of these trips focus on conserving the ecosystem, and leaving the smallest impact possible. Leave it wild, but take the memories home with you.
Other individuals and groups are making similar commitments to conservation through volunteer opportunities; working vacations. Ecotourism can give you experiences in Costa Rica, Africa, Madagascar, the United States and various other locations. There are amazing chances to work with land and ocean conservation, for flora and fauna alike. Participants may have the chance to work alongside top scientists and other like minded conservationists, and make an impact on the Earth. Some individuals with sizable properties, like Ted Turner, will often open their home and properties to those who wish to explore nature, but with a more posh, albeit temporary, abode.
Truly natural, unspoiled lands are precious and difficult to find, but it is very important to save them. Ecotourism gives everyone a chance to see Earth in her most basic forms, and to have a hand in saving what little is left.Learn more : http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2017/03/25/the-last-21-km-of-fenceline-between-david-pocock-and-his-wildest_a_21884731/