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Eco tourism is a blend of conservation and tourism; it's aim is to be sustainable, with the least possible impact on the landscape and environment. Eco Tourism also involves a high degree of interpretation: learning more about the cultural and natural heritage of an area is vitally important. It is one of the fastest growing sectors of tourism worldwide.
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Posted on 24 May 2013
Thursday 6June 2013
The story of the first adventurers to walk across Victoria Island is showing at the Sydney Film Festival in June.
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