Using free time in nature is to become impregnated with the beauty and silence of wild places. Contemplating their plants and animals helps to capture the richness of their biology. While oneself feels a sense of being part of the life on the planet.
Knowing lifestyle and peculiarities of the inhabitants of regions with such exceptional nature often protected is a privileged way to learn about tolerance in a world rich in diversity of people and cultures.
That touristic activity contributes to conservation not only of the natural places but also to the people who live in their environment is a concern for sustainability recognizable under the name of ecotourism.
Trough a respect for the environment guided by quality criteria that benefit the revitalization of local communities also contributes to the diversification of tourism in nature. In short, collaborating in the conservation of unique natural areas is wagering for life.