“Ecotourism is a responsible way of traveling to natural areas, preserving the environment, improving and supporting your own well-being, as well as the one of the local populations”.
A Slow Life holiday is …
… relaxing and experiencing the benefits of nature contact on our health and well-being
… finding out about nature’s powerful influence on the quality of our lives
… understanding the importance of environment protection and conservation
… providing funds for the development of natural preventive medicine and health promotion
… learning about the local culture, history and traditions
… discovering the local products
… enjoying the destination and supporting small local economies
… recognising and assisting those who defend biodiversity
… taking home live and unique experiences that fill your heart with real emotions
… respect for others and nature
… meeting new friends
Ecotourism is a responsible way of traveling to natural areas, experiencing and enjoying nature in a sustainable manner by involving small groups of travelers. Its purpose is to sensibilize and educate the partecipants, to provide funds for the development of natural preventive medicine and health promotion, to directly benefit the economic development of local communities, and to foster respect for different cultures.
Ecotourism minimize the negative aspects of mass tourism on the environment and enhance the cultural integrity of local people.Ecotourism is intended to offer tourists insight into the impact of human beings on the environment, and to foster a greater appreciation of our natural habitats. Our health and physical, material, emotional and spiritual well-being are strictly connected to the natural world.