European Wilderness Society Strategic Partners

Our partner Network includes tourism companies specializing on wilderness experiences, donors and NGOs.


The name is our slogan and what we do

Linking Tourism and Conservation (LT&C) is an innovative and effective shared network. It is designed to develop tools and incentives for replication of best practices and examples of sustainable tourism that supports the establishment and management of national parks and other types of protected areas. LT&C works with individuals, businesses, and governments to strengthen the benefits of both sustainable tourism and area protection and management.
LT&C envisions a world, where travellers are inspired by experiencing nature and the beauty of natural landscapes. This is supported through a global network of well-managed protected areas that represent the world¹s diversity of habitats and ecosystems. Tourism business and individual tourists play a major role in supporting, implementing and sustaining this high quality network of national parks and protected nature areas.


With a great enjoyment I want to introduce our strong partner, supporter and Wilderness Advocate Mr. Tomáš Kaliský. His unique travel agency CARPATICA  is strongly focusing on nature-based experience!

CARPATICA offers a wildlife watching and nature tours in Eastern Carpathians (Slovak-Poland). With CARPATICA you can experience the spectrum of activities also in High and Low Tatras, Veľká and Malá Fatra. The tours cover wide variety of activities ranging from bird watching in Eastern Slovakia to cross-country ski lessons in Tatras, from beaver watching tours in Poland and rare herbs and plants educational hikes to wildlife photography lessons.

The philosophy of CARPATICA is to contribute to protect and enlarge the wild areas in Europe. The idea supports nature preservation through development of nature oriented “soft” tourism. CARPARTICA is an official partner of European wilderness Society and also AEVIS foundation . The common vision of these three entities is to contribute to the wilderness conservation in Europe and establish new wilderness areas.

CARPATICA main goal is cooperation with the local community to create attractive wildlife tourism products. The most important precondition of our approach to wilderness conservation is a pride of the local community to their wilderness. CARPATICA emphasizes the importance of developing clients’ relationship with the nature and particularly with wilderness.  Building the sensitivity to wild nature is much more worthy than developing tourism product based on intensive experiences very often damaging wilderness and disturbing wildlife. Our philosophy can be shortly described by quotes of famous American forester and conservationist Aldo Leopold who wrote already in the 1940s (!):

“Recreational development is a job not of building roads into the lovely country, but of building receptivity into the still unlovely human mind.”

More information on

NGO’s as Partner of the European Wilderness Society




Donors and Sposors of the European Wilderness Society

John Muir

Wildland Research institute (WRI)

UAETA – Assotiation of active Tourism Ukraine

Die Medienwerkstatt






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