batikI’m enjoying the articles on the “Good Nature” travel blog. This one is about the importance of ecotourism in preserving cultural traditions as well as landscapes and ecosystems.

“When ecotourists pay to be a part of and witness a canoe-making ceremony, they are incentivizing the preservation of knowledge and therefore helping a culture retain tradition and heritage.”


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