What Is Green Tourism?

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Historically, green tourism is travelling that is environmentally welcoming or a kind that is universal. This form of travelling also does not concern itself with economic or cultural elements of the destination, but current uses of the expression that contain full sustainable tourism principles.
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Green tourism is used to describe two groups of activities: tourism focused on visiting wildlife sites, and secondly tourism which is sustainable, that is tourism which does not damage the sites and communities being visited.
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