Do most vacations to small island countries count as an eco tourist vacation?



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    No, just being in a beautiful natural place does not mean you are an eco-tourist. It all depends on what you do during your vacation, eat, drink, and travel on your vacation. Many all-inclusive resorts are not very efficient, import the majority of their foods from other countries, are wasteful, and ruin the land (golf tourism is non-sustainable). It also depends on your transportation you use to get there. The Eco-tourism Society defines eco-tourism as “responsible travel to natural areas which conserves the environment and improves the welfare of the local people”.

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