Buffalo in Ukraine Transcarpathia in the Ukraine was always famous for its rare kind of animals. For example the Carpathian buffalo. They were often
During the first week of February at the National Park Zacharovanyy Kray, there was a meeting of the cooperating partners of Zacharovanyy kray and
Lots of comments to my posting about wolf tourism and it is great to read that so many people are interested in the topic.
Our Ukrainian colleagues attended the first meeting of Council of tourism cities and regions of Ukraine which was conducted with the support of Tourism
Wolf tourism more profitable than believed There are already areas that have wolves that make ten times more money organizing sightseeing tours than for
the European Wilderness Society develops opportunities through sharing economy while restoring more wilderness in Europe
The European Wilderness Society launched its large scale connectivity initiative, the Pan European Green corridor network (PEGnet) at the end of last year. We
The 3rd European Ecotourism Conference took place yesterday and today in Jachranka, Poland, convening over 180 ecotourism experts from all over Europe. Michael
In the past decade, the importance of economic analysis of ecosystem services of protected areas has caught the attention of researchers, policy- and decision-makers.
The recent Walk on the Wild Side: Estimating the Global Magnitude of Visits to Protected Areas report from researchers in Cambridge, UK, Princeton, New
A recent blogpost on Sean David Smith blogpost was asking a question whether protected areas managed by the US National Park Service are national
The Wolfsradweg (Wolf´s Bike Trail) in the saxon area of Lausitz offers you to follow the tracks of German’s first wolves, who recolonized the area
Join adventure athlete Ian Adamson and ultra-marathon runner Kara Henry as the explore the wilderness of the Rocky Mountain National Park. Excellent video on
A survey of around 900 tourism enterprises in 57 European protected areas showed that tourism companies implement sustainable policies for different reasons. Sustainability Motivations
Several unfinished and abandoned construction and building projects proves that there is enough space in Europe to restore wilderness and designate 5% of our land for natural processes! We shall not waste our land for unsustainable development.
EWS partner CARPATICA offers a wildlife watching and nature tours. Massive Cranes Spring Migration, in Eastern Slovakia is a great experience.
The mobile seminar on Planning and Managing Tourism in Protected Areas is an intensive, 2.5 week seminar for individuals involved in efforts to use tourism and outdoor recreation in protected areas.
The US National Park Service has recently published the ‘2012 National Park Visitor Spending Effects report’. The study shows that the whole National Park System (NPS), which is largely wilderness!, received over 282 million recreation visits.
The Costa Rican News agency has just reported about a study conducted by US researchers, which suggests that ecotourism has a positive impact on poverty reduction.
ARPATICA offers a wildlife watching and nature tours in Eastern Carpathians (Slovak-Poland).