The main intension of Eco Tourism is to introduce people to a natural environment, showing them the beauties of it and to educate them on the factors that affect its existence and the ways to protect/conserve it for our future.
The company strongly respects the boundaries of natural organisms and its surroundings. We enter the knuckles reserve to cherish its beauties and to learn its lessons without altering it in anyway for our benefit.
Coming back from this paradise we take nothing but memories and leave behind , nothing but foot prints.
Starting as a symbolic lights out event in Sydney in 2007, Earth Hour is now the world's largest grassroots movement for the environment, inspiring millions of people to take action for our planet and nature. Do you switch off? We do!
"Elephants are threatened and they need our help more than ever. Put your name into conservation and be an ambassador for elephants."
Since 2017, people have the chance to take part in the so-called “Mammutmarsch”, a walking event of 100 km in 24 hours, taking place in Germany .
When signing up for this event our guide Katharina noticed that this “once-a-year challenge” is actually an “everyday challenge” for elephants. Each day the gentle giants walk for miles and miles in search for water, food and space. But threats like poaching, habitat loss and climate change make their journey even more difficult. The bitter truth: Elephant numbers have dropped by 62% over the last decade. Driven by her passion for nature, wilderness and conservation Katharina decided to dedicate this walk to elephants – and launched the initiative #walkforelephants.
Her message: "Start moving and help spread the message by creating an awareness about elephants in need and educate people."