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UJUNG KULON PACKAGES

  Ujung Kulon Adventure A

  Ujung Kulon Adventure B

  Ujung Kulon Adventure C

  Ujung Kulon Cruising Tour A

  Ujung Kulon Cruising Tour B 

  Ujung Kulon Expedition Tour A

  Ujung Kulon Expedition Tour B

  Ujung Kulon Jungle Tour A

  Ujung Kulon Jungle Tour B

  Ujung Kulon Trekking

  Ujung Kulon - Baduy Tribe Tour A

  Ujung Kulon - Baduy Tribe Tour B

  Peucang Island Tour 

  Surf Panaitan Island

KRAKATAU PACKAGES

  Krakatau Volcano Day Tour

  Krakatau Overnight Tour

  Krakatau - Ujung Kulon Tour A

  Krakatau - Ujung Kulon Tour B

  Krakatau - Ujung Kulon Tour C

  Krakatau - Baduy Tribe Tour A

  Krakatau - Baduy Tribe Tour B

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Ecotour Guideline

 

As an eco- traveller it is your responsibility  to prevent or minimise any negative impacts on the environment,  local community and economy of the destination you are visiting.  Our aim is to provide guidelines that will help you to remember  the principles of ecotourism throughout your trip.

Before you go

Choose your travel provider on the basis of their eco principles  and practices.  

Educate yourself about the destination you are visiting by  reading guidebooks and travel articles.  

Be aware of local history, culture and customs of the locals  before arriving. Learn enough knowledge of the language to be  polite i.e. hello, please and thankyou. By making the effort  to learn even the basics it will be appreciated by locals; and  enrich your experience.

When packing, if you want to bring gifts for local people  in developing countries don't give sweets; instead bring clothes  and pens, and ask your tour operator or driver to give them  to community elders so that you don't encourage begging from  children.  learn about the vital eco-systems before arriving.  

During your Stay

Be sensitive to the local culture by wearing clothing that  is accepted. Be aware of people's sensitivity to being photographed;  always ask first. Observe local customs.  

Remember that you are a visitor and therefore be aware that  your cultural values may differ from those of the locals. This  may include different concepts of time, personal space, communication  etc. which are not wrong or inferior, just different.  

Demonstrate responsible behaviour to other travellers who  are less informed than you by acting as an example.  

Use local transportation, guides, inns, restaurants and markets  to benefit the local economy.

Be sensitive to displays of wealth in front of people from  developing countries. By displaying possessions such as cameras  and jewellery, feelings of jealousy may be created which then  generates barriers that inhibit genuine interactions between  travellers and locals.  

Ask your tour operator or guide what their established environmental  guidelines are for limiting and improving tourist impact on  the environment and local culture. General guidelines involve  staying on trails, maintaining set distances away from wildlife,  and not encouraging drivers to move too close to wildlife, even  if it is tempting for getting a better picture.  

Comply with international environmental conventions. Do not  buy any animal products while travelling. Do not remove any  objects, plants or animal products from nature. Not only can  these affect fragile ecosystems, but is also illegal.  

Conserve Resources. Be aware of resource shortages such as  water and food as many tourist destinations are under increasing  pressure.  

Don't allow your guide to hunt endangered or threatened species  or harvest rare plants for your consumption.  

Encourage practices to conserve the environment, including  the use of renewable resources in a sustainable manner and the  conservation of non-renewable resources.  

On return

Continue with your commitment to conservation at home by incorporating  it into everyday life. Support organisations or societies that  follow eco-principles and share your experiences with others  with the goal of increasing awareness of environmental issues.  

Conclusion

These recommended guidelines should be followed by all eco-travellers.  However by choosing a tour operator through EcoTour Directory,  a small part of the work has been done for you as the eco-policies  of every listed operator has already been reviewed; and is displayed  for you to read about.

 By encouraging the tourism industry to comply with these policies  on a local, regional and national level the aim is to restructure  the tourism industry into making a positive impact towards environmental  sustainability, economic sustainability for all stakeholders  and the preservation of culture. By choosing only travel providers  that hold eco-principles, the rest of the tourism industry will  be forced to follow due to the power of consumer demand

 


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