Some places have been at the top of the list for green holidays for a while now (Costa Rica, Galapagos Islands), but there are some off the beaten track eco-tourist destinations that you might be overlooking. They may be lesser known eco-destinations but once more people realize just how amazing they are, and just how they rival the green destination hotspots, they’ll be grabbing their share of the headlines. Here are some off the beaten track eco-tourist destinations I feel for sure will be making a big noise in years to come.
1. Savaii, Samoa
If you’re looking for eco-tourist destinations that have somehow managed to avoid being swept up in the hustle and bustle of modern life, the stunning island of Savaii in Samoa may be just the place for you. Boasting a multitude of great “green” activities, including hiking, diving and swimming, in addition to breathtaking attractions such as the Mu Pago Falls, the Saleaula Lava Fields and the Dwarves Cave, the island really is a little piece of Samoan paradise.