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This article brought to you courtesy of Cindy Passannante of CP Trips, Inc. Gresham Outlook Insider Travel Expert.

Cindy Passannante

So why is ecotourism important? As tourists, we want nothing more than to explore a breathtaking destination that is beautifully preserved and teeming with fresh, natural life. These places are usually found in some of the most remote locations on earth, where locals thrive in their own communities and often have no industrial means of income for further development.

Being an ecotourist means you respect local laws, do not contribute to pollution, but instead relish in the natural environment in which you're traveling in, all the while helping to protect and conserve the area.

This awareness must still be greatly pushed and instated in all parts of the globe. Sometimes, tourists don't think about the implications of travel to the places they explore, which contributes to further dilapidation of some places around the world. The Great Barrier Reef, for example, is slowly dying each passing year.

So if you plan on traveling the world, why not become an ecotourist? Help protect - sensitive environments and reduce environmental impacts on the earth while helping to protect natural areas and endangered species. You will learn more about the amazing world we live in while you relax and unwind. Visit HYPERLINK "www.ecotourismtoday.com" www.ecotourismtoday.com to learn more.

If more and more people adopt this idea, the world will have no problem sustaining our natural resources, which will greatly dictate the kind of future we will preserve for the future. For more information visit HYPERLINK "www.cptripinc.com" www.cptripinc.com or call Cindy at 503 658-5646. 

CP Trips. Inc.

Damascus, OR

503-658-5646

www.cptripsinc.com

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