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  • n. Plural form of ecotourist.


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  • Tour operators now offer "ecotourists" the chance to see the stunning wilderness and species such as whales and penguins.

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  • A few years ago, in the early morning mist at a municipal garbage dump near Tamazula, two hours drive south of Lake Chapala, there were so many black vultures spreading their wings and breakfasting that a group of Canadian ecotourists in my charge stood and stared in a mixture of wonderment and fear.

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  • American ecotourists spend $66 per day on travel outside the U.S., compared with $88 for Americans engaging in traditional travel options, according to the U.N. World Tourism Organization.

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  • In general, ecotourists lean toward budget travel.

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  • The government there has granted concessions to six backcountry ecolodges, 11 heli-skiing and heli-hiking operators and scores of other naturalists billing themselves as ecotourists.

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  • The Brazilian interior, famous for its generous spirit and cowboy bonhomie, is now the scene of a political cat fight between the scientists, environmentalists and ecotourists who want to protect the jaguars and the embattled ranchers who want to protect themselves and their livelihood.

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  • As Nunes and other ecotourists are discovering, these big, beautiful animals, once at the brink of extinction, are now staging a comeback.

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  • Manatees living behind turtle-nesting beaches in Costa Rica are mangled by speedboats carrying ecotourists.

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  • My town-to-be, La Paz, BCS, is coastal but far from the US border and not horrendously touristy (Mexican tourists from the mainland, North American and European ecotourists and fishers).

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  • Why a growing flock of well-meaning ecotourists is posing a new threat.

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