On March 28th, 2024 Natural Greece and MOYO Training Foundation will join forces to bring an insightful introduction to Nature Positive Tourism and Travel. This approach to tourism emphasizes a positive impact on nature and wildlife, combined with enriching travel experiences. Our presentation features real-life examples and case studies from Europe, especially Greece.
Nature-positive tourism is an emerging trend that represents a shift towards more sustainable and environmentally responsible travel. In our introduction, we explore the essentials of the tourism industry, Focusing on current wildlife conservation trends, including the innovative concept of rewilding. We discuss the critical role of community engagement. We also explore, how the travel industry can significantly contribute to the preservation and enhancement of natural environments.
What to Expect from the Nature Positive Tourism & Travel Workshop:
Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of nature-positive tourism, exploring the tourism industry’s role. In addition, they will learn more about wildlife conservation trends (including rewilding), and community engagement. Moreover, they will how the travel industry can actively contribute to the well-being of our environment.
Exploring Examples of Positive Travel from Europe:
Europe’s diverse landscapes and rich cultural heritage make it a perfect setting for nature-positive travel experiences. Our presentation showcases a variety of examples from across Europe, demonstrating the essence and impact of Nature Positive Travel. These examples broaden your understanding of such practices and motivate you to consider how you can contribute to this positive change.
Case Studies of Positive Travel from Greece:
Sea Turtle Conservation School Holidays: Discover educational and participatory experiences tailored for school groups. These holidays are focused on learning about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) while aiding in sea turtle conservation.
Mediterranean Monk Seal Expeditions: Get involved in observation and conservation initiatives for one of the world’s most endangered marine mammals, the Mediterranean monk seal.
Brown Bear Tracking Tours: Experience wildlife up close by tracking brown bears in their natural habitats, raising awareness and support for bear conservation efforts.
Join the movement towards Nature Positive Tourism and Travel, and contribute to the protection and appreciation of our planet’s natural wonders. For additional details and to reserve your spot in this workshop, please learn more on the T-HAP website.