Tag Archives: Ecotourism

Can you place the Comoros Islands on a map

Can you place the Comoro Islands on a map?

This little known archipelago located off the south-east coast of Africa to the east of Mozambique and north-west of Madagascar. Annexed by the French over the course of the 19th century, three of the islands – Grande Comore, Mohéli and Anjouan – obtained independence in 1975; Mayotte, the fourth island, has remained a French territory. […]

A Paradise that makes you think twice Post pic.

Central America’s hidden & stunning Caribbean Coast Pt.1 Kanantik Reef & Jungle Resort, Belize.

A peaceful escape awaits” at this eco-hideaway on 300 jungle acres between Dangriga and Placencia. Opened in 2002 by an Italian businessman, Kanantik, which means “to take care” in Mayan Mopan, is four miles from the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary (a jaguar preserve) and a short boat ride from the world’s second-largest barrier reef. The […]

Turtles and Tortoises survival Post pic

Turtles survival around the world. Its time we recognize it.

This past May we celebrated Happy Turtle day by giving the young ones a feel of surfing and at the same time let them experience their environment around them and learning about how they can protect this wonderful habitat by celebrating one of the most beloved species of reptiles that makes the pacific coast of […]

Weekend Cabin Series #5 Post pic

A Cabin For My Weekend! #5

The Stone House, Fafe, Portugal Note to self: If you ever build a weekend cabin, don’t make it so unique that it becomes a tourist attraction. In 1974, Vítor Rodrigues built a family retreat in the Fafe Mountains of Portugal by connecting a series large glacial erratics with stone and mortar. It has become so […]

Weekend Cabin Series #4

A Cabin For My Weekend! #4

Gulf Islands, British Columbia. The modern cabin is all too frequently more modern than cabin, but the four small dwellings designed by Osburn Clarke in the Gulf Islands of British Columbia are decidedly grounded in the traditional. Yet they still retain the open and airy nature of the contemporary. They take advantage of coastal B.C.’s […]