Borneo, South East Asia
Borneo is the third largest island in the world and the largest in Asia. Being one of the oldest rainforests in the world, it is home to tens of thousands of flowering plants, trees, mammals and bird species. Renowned for pristine beaches and ancient, biodiverse rainforests, it is home to animals like orangutans and clouded leopards.
Costa Rica, South America
With coastlines on the Caribbean and the Pacific, Costa Rica is home to endless forestland. Costa Rica is famous for its culture, beaches and volcanoes. Almost a quarter of the country is made up of jungle rich with wildlife, home to the spider monkey. Considered one of the most bio-diverse regions in the world, Costa Rica is divided in 20 natural parks, 8 biological reserves, and a series of protected areas that captivate ecotourism lovers.
Alaska, the largest and most sparsely populated state in USA, is known for a terrain of wide open spaces, mountains and forests. It is home to Humpback whales, brown bears, sea otters and sea lions. The snow-capped mountains, sprawling tundra and remote Artic north of Alaska can enthral any travellers.
Kenya, East Africa
Kenya forms the heart of Africa, blessed with cultures and creatures. Kenya is best known for its wide savannahs of lions and elephants. But Kenya surprises travellers with mountains, lakes, rainforests, deserts and beaches, each with its own unique ecosystem and wildlife.
These are some amazing Ecotourism destinations which are must-see for every traveller. However, whenever you travel abroad, ensure that you have a travel insurance cover to safeguard you against any unforeseen incidents that may occur during the trip.