Visit Ancient Cultures Preserved in Breathtaking Settings
Explore the world’s most beautiful paradises! The natural beauty of these stunning locales has been preserved for centuries by local populations. Travel to these magical places and experience their splendors in stunning high definition. Learn about local wildlife and regional ecosystems. Meet the locals whose dedication has preserved these lands and who are now building their economies through sustainable eco-tourism. Filled with unforgettable imagery, Green Paradise tells the stories of the most gorgeous natural places on Earth!
Sri Lanka: Today, Sri Lanka is known principally for the beauty and great diversity of its landscapes: heavenly beaches, mountains, falls, famous tea plantations and forests. This country has everything needed to meet the growing foreign demand and has begun to preserve its ecological resources and respect the environment, so travelers can enjoy its bounties for years.
Laos: Cut off from the rest of the world for 30 years, Laos is now slowly opening up to tourism. But its environment and its cultures are fragile. And only a responsible form of tourism will preserve its past and personality. From the fishing villages to the forests in northern Laos, meet the people who develop various alternatives designed to protect them.
Oman: Connecting Asia and Africa, Oman is a mountainous country surrounded by sand and water. Its azure oceans and emerald rivers contrast with forbidding deserts of red and golden dunes. Boasting one of the most diverse natural environments in the entire Arabic peninsula, Oman’s mountains, plains and deserts are captured here in all their beauty and wonder!
Indonesia: Discover Raja Ampat, an archipelago composed of four main islands, covered in thick forests and countless smaller islands. The beauty and variety of the Raja Ampat landscapes are breathtaking. Vast stretches of primary forest cover the islands, offering an ideal habitat for orchids, marsupials and birds of paradise.
Philippines: The Philippines consists of 7,000 islands, including the island of Palawan, which is one of the wildest in the world. Still very undeveloped and traditional, its abundant wildlife, breathtaking landscapes, jungle mountains and white sandy beaches makes it one of the most biodiverse islands in the Philippines.