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© Tim Dawson
Well, the definition is wider than you might think:
"Responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people. Eco-tourism meets the desires of discerning visitors seeking more than that offered by 'mass-tourism'"
Mull and Iona are ideal eco-tourism destinations - pristine landscapes, an abundance of natural history and a vibrant culture.. The majority of tourism businesses on the islands are locally owned and operated.
© Tim Dawson
We seek to reduce the impact of tourism, and of ourselves, on our environment by minimising the use of energy, reducing waste and pollution.
We contribute to the conservation of our environment by learning to reduce our carbon footprint.
We promote our local culture, our heritage and to foster mutual understanding and exchange.
Through supporting island businesses we encourage stable employment and a healthy local economy. We promote the principles of Fair Trade.
Eco Tourism is not just about rainforests and composting toilets. It's 'tourism with a soul and a human face'.