Eco tourism company buys protected animal habitat

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Le parc de Pumalin, près de 300.000 hectares appartenant à l’homme d’affaires américan Douglas Tomkins qui en a fait une réserve naturelle, © AFP PHOTO/SANDRA WEISS

Conservation Of Endangered Species To Bring Tourists

One of Chile’s largest Eco-Tourism firms, Nomads, plans to develop new tour routes after acquiring 22,000 hectares of un-spoiled land in southern Chile. The company hopes to create a conservation zone to protect various protected species living in the area.

Santiago Times

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