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“MEET Drops of Knowledge” #4 – MEET Ecotourism Manual

MEET network is proud to share, as fourth entry of the “Drops of Knowledge” series, the newly published “MEET Manual – A guide to discover the MEET approach”.

The purpose of this Manual is to provide local people, businesses, NGOs and especially protected area managing bodies with a clear pathway to plan and enhance ecotourism in […]

“MEET Drops of Knowledge” #3 – MEET Success factors

MEET Network is happy to share the third entry of the “Drops of Knowledge” Ecotourism series.

This time we would like to share a video of MEET project manager, Luca Santarossa, presenting MEET project approach and success factors during IUCN World Parks Congress held in Sydney, Australia in November 2014.

The video is part of the “UNDP […]

“MEET Drops of Knowledge” #2 – Survey of Ecotourism Best practices!

MEET Network is happy to share the second entry of the “Drops of Knowledge” Ecotourism series.

This time we are sharing a collection of Ecotourism best practices, prepared during MEET project by Europarc Italy – Federparchi with the support of the rest of the partners, to learn lessons form the best international experiences on-ecotourism, in order […]

“MEET” Cévennes national park ecotourism experience

In this last blog entry, we are glad to share a text by Ginger Warder of her experience during MEET fam trip in Cèvennes National Park, straight from GoNomad website a great supporter of MEET Tours! Enjoy!

A Locavore’s Tour of Cévennes National Park
“When I was invited to test an ecotourism itinerary titled Hiking Up a […]

By |February 2nd, 2016|Ecotourism, FamTrips, MEET Network, Protected Areas, Sustainability|0 Comments

Launching “MEET Drops of Knowledge” ecotourism series!

MEET Network is happy to share with all its “Drops of Knowledge” Ecotourism series.

The “Drops of Knowledge” ecotourism series aims at putting in value the work done and the lessons learned, sharing materials, presentations, documents and interesting facts…fruit of Mediterranean Experience of EcoTourism journey and beyond.

This first entry focuses on Environmental Interpretation in Protected Areas, […]

International Experts Sustainable Travel International support MEET in their ecotourism endeavours

On the southern coast of Crete, accessible only by boat or a seven-hour hike through the Samaria Gorge, sits the tiny village of Agia Roumeli. During the tourist season, May through October, 100 people live in the village. But during the winter months, the population shrinks to 20 and everyone depends on visitors for […]

Welcome to the MEET Network blog!

Welcome to the Mediterranean Experience of Ecotourism (MEET) Network blog. The Network’s work and vision is to conserve of the Mediterranean natural and cultural mosaic by developing ecotourism packages in natural areas following a participative approach to involve and benefit the local communities and drive conservation efforts. Here we will share stories, experiences and examples of ecotourism best practise from MEET […]

By |May 29th, 2015|Ecotourism, MEET Network, Protected Areas|0 Comments