Eco Tourism

Blue Life promotes sustainable eco-tourism. Tourism in coastal regions can be a source of income but a challenge for the ecosystems and communities. The challenge for Blue Life eco-tourism concepts is to match the needs of present tourists and for the host regions while protecting and enhancing social, environmental and economic opportunities for the future.

To achieve this, governmental agencies, civil societies, experienced architects, and environmental consultants need to work closely together. There is the overall need to analyze the environmental and social impacts, striving for compliance with eco-tourism standards, and support activities in education, eco-businesses, art and awareness building.

Eco tourism is able to create a balance that does not disrupt the ecosystem and the communities.

Minimize impact by activities like:
Build environmental and cultural awareness and respect
Provide positive experiences for both visitors and hosts
Provide direct financial benefits for conservation
Provide financial benefits and empowerment for local people.
Raise sensitivity to host countries’ political, environmental, and social climate.