The ten greenest places around the world
Thursday 30 July 2009
Are you looking for a holiday that gets back to nature? Travel website
introduces the most environmentally friendly countries in the world and a range of back to nature, eco-friendly holiday ideas, as voted for by The Economist.
So reach for your inner hippy and explore the world of camping, 'glamping' and eco-lodges this summer, with Skyscanner's selection of low impact, enviro-holidays in the world's top 10 greenest countries.
Smell the coffee in Colombia, climb the mountains in New Zealand, eat chocolate in Switzerland or enjoy a visit in a yurt in France. No matter in which country you stay and what you do, you'll definately have a very green journey.
Click on the image to the right to launch the gallery, and leave your comments and suggestions below.
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