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Nature Tourism is based on the natural attractions of a geographical area. It involves visiting fragile, pristine, and relatively undisturbed natural areas. Nature tourism is the alternative to standard commercial tourism. It means responsible travel to natural areas, conserving the environment, and improving the well-being of the local people.

Nature-based tourism enables the local communities to conserve wildlife habitats upon which the industry depends. It promotes conservation by increasing the value on natural areas. As nature tourism becomes more important to the local economy, communities have additional incentives to conserve their remaining natural areas for the lovers of nature.

Examples of nature tourism include birdwatching, photography, stargazing, camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, and visiting parks. These experiential tourists are interested in a diversity of natural and cultural resources. They want what is real, and they want to be immersed in a rich natural, cultural experience.

Most of us live monotonous days following a single routine of commuting to work, spending the day in the office and going home and attempting to relax before repeating it all over again the following day. For this reason, when vacation time finally comes around, we want to find ourselves far from the hustle and bustle of daily life. 

With experiences like hiking into the depths of the Grand Canyon, kayaking next to the glaciers of Antarctica, watching lions cross the Serengeti and swimming with dolphins off the coast of Australia, you won’t yearn to return to your desk!

These are a few destinations and what they offer.

1.The Galapagos

Experience nature in its most pristine state by taking a trip to the Galapagos. These islands have been a resource of scientific study since their discovery in 1535. Despite the growing tourism in the area, they have maintained their uniqueness by remaining undisturbed by increasing human activity and colonization. A visit there could be one of the most immersive nature experiences one can have.

2. Alaska

Commonly called the “last frontier,” Alaska is an easy choice if you’re looking for a nature-packed adventure. Alaska is home to over 95 state park areas that boast beautiful coniferous trees, diverse wildlife, and incredible mountain views.

3. Grand Canyon

If you are in the US enjoy a grand time in the Grand Canyon. The Colorado River has been flowing through Arizona for over 17 million years. Today you can see the incredible result.

The Grand Canyon offers wonderful fun activities such as hiking, rafting, and exploration. As the second largest canyon in the world, the Grand Canyon stretches over 270 miles, with depths reaching over a mile. Apart from beautiful views, the canyon also gives visitors an opportunity to interact with desert wildlife that lives in the Canyon.

4. African Safari

You have not yet truly lived if you haven’t been on an African safari. The African wild is a darling for every nature lover. From the Serengeti which is home to the famous ‘Big Five’, to the deltas spanning across the landscapes. Experience the time of your life as you roam with the lions, giraffes and hippos too.

As one of the most popular guided tour destinations in the world, the African Serengeti has a lot more to offer to the nature lover who wants an unforgettable experience.

5. Victoria Falls

Though Africa is famous for the Serengeti and its incredible wildlife, it is also home to many other amazing natural wonders. These include the Victoria Falls which stand more than 360 feet high. No experience beats a visit to the largest water fall in the world.  

6. Costa Rica

Costa Rica is every nature lover’s paradise. From flora and fauna, to sand and surf, Costa Rica has it all. The county boasts 4% of the world's total species, along with coral reefs, rainforests, deciduous forests, and volcanoes. With so many different aspects to explore, Costa Rica is the ideal place to escape to for tourists and scientists.

7. Antarctica

The hardest place to reach on earth offers a most unique experience for explorers and tourists. With penguins and polar bears roaming in their super cold habitats. The continent may not offer the flora and fauna like other destinations but it offers a completely different kind of thrill.

8. Iguassu Falls

Welcome to Niagara Falls, the second largest waterfall in the world. With incredibly beautiful views the falls give you access to a first-hand experience of the great tropical rainforests. When flying into the small city of Iguassu, you can see sprays of water mysteriously rising from the ground.

The falls are located within the tropical rainforest. They border both Argentina and Brazil. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it’s no surprise that this is a necessary travel destination for all nature lovers.

9. Australia

The home to Kangaroos, koalas, and wallabies. It is the only continent where you can see the amazing creatures. With diverse rainforests, the infamous outback, and the astounding Great Barrier Reef, Australia offers a lovely combination of nature and wildlife. Various activities through the continent include snorkelling, hiking, and boat riding.

10. Amazon Rainforest

This is the largest rainforest in the world. It has everything to offer in terms of wildlife and nature experiences. Monkeys, jaguars, and toucans occupy the forest floor and canopy, giving travellers memorable experiences like no other.

With hikes, boat rides, and nature walks, the Amazon rainforest provides a place where travellers can completely immerse themselves in nature.

amazing 4 days tour from Tangier to Marrakech, get to explore the best of Morocco in this short vacation from Tangier


Casablanca, Casablanca 25250

In summer, this is the Land of the Midnight Sun with 24-hour daylight lasting several weeks. The park is some 77 square kilometers in size and famous for its pristine natural beauty and Nordic wildlife.

Includes international flights from a choice of UK airports, including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Dynjandi is known for being one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Westfjords part of Iceland and is situated on the Dynjandivogur Bay.

this trip is specifically for the active traveler. Spend 6 days kayaking, hiking, camping, mountaineering and snowshoeing, all included in the price.

If this is your first visit, our Antarctic Explorer voyage gives you the best of the stunning Antarctic Peninsula in 11 days.

Discovering the 7th Continent plus Cape Horn & Diego Ramírez

Check off a travel milestone by crossing the Antarctic Circle. Maximize your adventure by skipping the ocean transit and flying over the Drake Passage by charter plane.

Includes international flights from a choice of UK airports, including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Experience the peaceful beauty and isolation of the Antarctic peninsula as you sail with just 7 other passengers on-board.