Green Pearls Unique Places. On Eco Tourism in Africa.

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Green Pearls.Green Pearls Unique Places have a portfolio of handpicked, sustainable and unique places worldwide that focus on sustainable development. Their philosophy is based on the belief that we are all responsible for the world’s protection and we owe respect to the different cultures and the needs of the local people … As well as the environment.

Ahead of my trip to Thailand with them next week, they asked me some questions about Eco Tourism in Africa.

‘Personally, Africa is where I am moved most. Here there is a sense of space, wildlife to fill your heart to bursting, dust to get under your skin. I can see through the struggles to the optimism and hope of this continent and believe that once you have visited Africa it will continue to draw you back for more …’

To read the full interview click here.

For more about Green Pearls Unique Places visit their website and connect on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest and follow their blog to be inspired by their beautiful properties and the fine work that they do. An honour to be working with you Green Pearls.

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