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Book an eco tour for an environmentally sustainable experience.
Book an eco tour for a unique way to experience your next travel destination. Eco tours provide guests with an environmentally sustainable way to experience undisturbed natural areas. From an eco-tour through mangrove forests in Antigua and Barbuda to a quiet river paddle trip in Austin, the options are endless.
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Things to consider when booking an eco-friendly boat tour.
- There are different types of eco tours, including wildlife-focused and sightseeing, so pick one that suits your preferences.
- Sustainable travel with your friends and family is a great way to remain environmentally-conscious even when you're on vacation.
- Check with the captain on anything you should bring for your eco-tour, like sunscreen, water, snacks, or a hat.
GetMyBoat customer reviews for Boat Rentals worldwide.
For anyone interested in nature and the outdoors, this is a fantastic trip. The speed boat is exciting, and having a chance to see how people live along the river as well as all the local wildlife along the way is extremely interesting. I was afraid that the stop at a local market would be a kind of tourist trap, but not at all-- it was a genuine, bustling market with a fascinating diversity of objects for sale (both natural and almost supernatural), and our kind hearted and well-informed tour guide "Kha" did an excellent job of explaining aspects of cuisine and everyday life as we walked through the different parts of the market. The Sanctuary itself is magnificent with huge mangroves and a quiet canoe ride that slips you into the forest to an island where you can view a large colony of chattering fruit bats hanging in the trees. The water is filled with interesting fish with many kinds colorful crabs along the tangled banks, and the interior waterways attract birds ranging from kingfishers to herons. The family-style lunch is refreshing and delicious. The return boat ride involves a thrilling journey into a huge, industrial harbour, and offers an unparalleled view of the explosive development of housing and high rises that characterizes modern Ho Chi Minh City. For anyone worrying about the degree of difficulty-- I have a bad knee and was concerned about whether there would be much serious hiking, but this was not a problem. The trip is well-suited to groups of all ages.
John was an awesome captain. We had a great time and saw many icebergs.
Pathum & the Guides are very kind, helpful & responsive
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