So what makes a tourist spot eco-friendly? Conservation, Wildlife Conservation. In other words the proper management of a region’s biodiversity. This is where you will still find nature’s goodness undiluted, always greener. One good fact about Africa is that we did not and have not contributed to the global warming concerns, at least not in a significant percentage. That means our natural environment are serving the purpose of their creation to man. As much as Africa strives to be as developed as her western counterparts, she is also taking cognizance of the dire need to protect her natural endowments, her natural embellishments which are continuously threatened by the pressure of development.
By default Africa as a whole is the place to be when you want a perfect blend of the tropics and the sandy Saharan areas. Both have great tourism potentials so much so that they have afforded Africa her priceless luxury safaris, unimaginable verdure and an inestimable wildlife. Africa is in the business of protecting and conserving her heritage, so also is she concerned about the conservation and development of her ever freshly green environment, caverns and water bodies. Eco-friendly spots are simple yet sophisticated nature loving attractions.
1. Mombo Camp (Okavango Delta)
According to CNN, this tented camp has become a favorite eco-tourist attraction in Africa. It has a luxury Lodge, predominantly made and furnished with wood works. Nature is felt more closely at the sight of the fauna and floras of the wilds
2. Nkwichi Lake
Oh dear… What could be more beautiful? The white sand, the deep blue ocean or the magnificent skies. The Malawian Nkwichi lake is simply as divine as it’s nature friendly; a nice place to have that disconnect from unnecessary noise.
3. Nkwichi Lodge (Lake Niassa)
A vacation here will make you think twice about the once glorified industrial revolution. Experience peace, embrace it and stir it in the face if you have to. The lodge is more gorgeous in the twilight because of its lantern lit exquisite interior; there in, you can have your meals or outdoors in the sand. Nkwichi lodge offers you an ocean view in the day time and perhaps a chat with the stars in the moonlight.
4. Majete National Park
Did you know that Lions were relocated here from South Africa to this Eco- fascinating destination? Most obviously for the quality of the Majete National Park; talk about the beauty and perks of conservation. Right in this eco-beauty, many depreciating species have been resuscitated. With such devotion and commitment from all the Safaris in the continent, Africa need not worry about endangered wildlife species.