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TAG: ECO-TOURISM

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Tourism & Culture December 01, 2015

Focus on back to basics in one of the most unique areas of the world highlights major eco-tourism potential

Klelia Vasiliou, Managing Director of the Troodos Development Company and the Troodos Geopark Visitors Center, and Savvas A. Malliotis, Managing Director of Filagro Group and Strategic Analyst for Troodos...
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Tourism & Culture October 29, 2015

Exceptional opportunities in Uganda’s tourism sector

Roni Madhvani, Director of the Madhvani Group, Uganda’s largest conglomerate with a total asset base in excess of $1 billion and businesses spanning agriculture, construction, hotels and insurance...
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Tourism & Culture May 28, 2015

Guyana pushes forward with green tourism agenda

With its Low Carbon Development Strategy and increased public and private investment, Guyana is ready to become South America’s premier eco-tourism destination
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Tourism & Culture May 15, 2015

An eco-tourist’s paradise

Guyana’s incredible natural beauty offers nature lovers a really wild adventure
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Tourism & Culture January 12, 2015

Green tourism on target for 2020

Malta’s “island of dreams” and an understated place of beauty, Gozo is developing its infrastructure and tourism industry in line with its goal of becoming an eco-island by 2020
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Tourism & Culture October 29, 2014

Wild Malanje has vast eco-tourism potential

With attractions such as the Kalundula Falls – Africa’s second largest – and the Kangadala National Park, the stunning Malanje province looks to become Angola’s eco-tourism center