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Eco Traveller is a digital travel magazine that focuses on global sustainable tourism. It offers in-depth features, guides and interviews across a range of categories and is available for consumers to download for tablets and smartphones – free of charge.
The magazine's features portray exciting yet often lesser-known destinations in rich detail, aided by stunning imagery and an elegant design. Read interviews with renowned adventurers, business leaders and key players within the travel industry.
The categories include;
- Food and drink
- History and culture
Eco Traveller is your guide to the world's finest authentic experiences, and how to explore them with a clean conscience.
In This Issue:
On the edge
One of Scandinavia’s most scenic natural sights is the famous ‘pulpit rock’.
In deep water
In September 2012 the Soviet-style paper mill by Russia’s Lake Baikal shut down. Environmentalists had good reason to celebrate.
Northern America: Hawaii
Smoke and fire
The Hawaiian archipelago offers wonderful views for volcanic activity.
Latin America: Peru
Oasis of America
Huacachina is one of the few true oasis villages in the Americas.
Graveyard of trees
On an arid clay plan in western Namibia, dead trees have stood for 900 years.
Middle East: Saudi Arabia
Set in stone
In the touristic shadow of Petra, Mada’in Saleh may start to get the visitors it deserves.
Australasia: Lord Howe Island
It has long been troubled, but the ecosystem of Lord Howe Island has received a welcome boost.
Hitting the road
The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route features corridors of snow that tower 20 metres above the highway.
Recent conservation efforts give the threatened Giant panda reasons to be optimistic.
Testing the water
Bangladesh struggles to provide fresh drinking water to parts of its population, but a UNICEF project aims to help.
Food and drink
A guide to biodynamic wine
Learn about the art of making biodynamic wine with guest contributor Carlo Pandian.
Green city guide: Malmö
Malmö has undertaken stunning redevelopment and is now among Scandinavia’s greenest destinations.
History and culture: France
Turning the tide
The iconic Mont Saint-Michel has gradually become attached to the mainland, but that might be about to change.
Luxury travel: Greece
It is one of the most visited destinations in Greece, but the history of Santorini is anything but common.
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