Friday, February 24, 2012

Eco Resorts Australia

Back to the Nature
 
By Darmansjah

Protecting the environment has become a lively issue discussed since the last few years. One of the triggers is the issue of global warming are increasingly aware of the importance of maintenance of ozone and natural resources. Various new trends emerging in anticipation of the issue of global warming, one of which is eco-tourism dimanan we can better put themselves in harmony with nature.

Australia, the last continent discovered by European explorers, has a wealth of outstanding natural complete, ranging from the desert, rain forest, until the wealth of the oceans that are all relatively unspoiled wild hands. Because of its natural beauty, do not be surprised if the continent is becoming one of the youngest okasi world's favorite eco-tourism. Starting from the Great Barrier Reef, Ayers Rock, to Philip Island, all promising spectacular views yagn you will get closer to nature. For those of you who want to stay longer to take in the beauty of nature that God has given, stay in one of the following ecological resort will provide new inspiration in your life.



Located in the middle of the continent of Australia there Longitude 131 *, an ecological resort that will take you directly into the middle of the natural landscape that is almost untouched. Desert sand with orange-brown shades meet panorama directly from your bedroom window, of course, with Ayers Rock, a giant rock hill, as a place of emergence of sunrise in the morning. The sun's rays slowly illuminate the whole plain in words Tjuta National Park will be the perfect companion when you do the Uluru Sunrise Walk. One thing that should not be missed is the dining experience at Table 131 *, with a range of first class cuisine and the best wines, while feeling the cool breeze directly under the starry sky.

If the Great Barrier Reef charm has captivated you, the remote island Haggestone Island shall be included in the list of your visit. Initially the island in the northern Great Barrier Reef is a land untouched. New in 1985 islands in Queensland state was changed by a couple Roy and Anna become an ecological resort is secluded and blend harmoniously with nature. Blue lagoon with colorful corals and coral fishes become a common sight here.

But do not think the facility is minimal presence on the island. Each rooms (huts) have been artistically arranged, complete with a five star hotel facilities. House Mawu for example, consists of three rooms all overlooking the sea, perfect for your family holiday event. The Kwila and Tea Hut Beach Hut is a two-room almost all the material made of wood, facing directly into the lagoon blue nan. The Main Pavilion is where you read books in the library while relaxing on the couch. If you want to relax and enjoy the high seas, The Jetty is the right place because here you can meliaht beauty of the sunset with sound waves and the rustle of sand.

As an ecological resort, Haggerstone Island provides a variety of foods that are obtained directly from the surrounding environment. For breakfast, there are toasted coconut flavors of the home made muesly presented with a piece of banana or papaya plucked straight from the tree. At lunch, you will be treated osyters steamed with ginger and lemon grass pieces, or lobster served with lime juice and black pepper. Enjoy a piece of fresh trout with lemon juice and coconut cream as your dinner menu. Various activities can be done in Haggerstone Island, including fishing, diving, snorkeling, beach combing, also helicopter adventure. You and your family can also do activities with various species of bird watching dance like Sunbirds, Honeyeaters, Colourd Pigeons, Eagles, Kinfsihers, Finches, Jungle Fowl, also Pittas.

In addition to deserts and beaches, Australia is also famous for its rain forests and the Daintree Rainforest is a masterpiece of Australian forest wealth. Situated in the north of Cairns, Queensland, Daintree Rainforest is home to diverse species of animals such as birds and reptiles, including crocodiles and giant pythons. This endless rain forest in the Great Barrier Reef, Daintree Rainforest making one form of natural harmony. Its rain forests have a fauna. One of the reasons that makes the Daintree Rainforest as eco-tourism destination is the number of eco-friendly tours to explore this region. Call it the hiking trails, scenic lookouts, camping sites, picnic tables up. In addition, there are also eco-friendly accommodations can you make as a place to sleep. One of the eco-hotel located in this region is the Daintree Eco Lodge & Spa. "Being at one with nature" is the most important thing in this eco-lodge. With materials and furnishings that blend with nature, Daintre Eco Lodge & Spa presents an atmosphere of quiet and filled with a soothing ambience of nature 15 bayans  (room) contained in this hotel each presenting harmonisme depth of nature in her thick shade of trees and its culture in Aboriginal ornaments contained in each room. Aborigines in this area named the Daintree Rainforest as Wawu-karrba which means "healing of the spirit". Therefore Daintree Eco Lodge & Spa that combines tradition and traditional herbs and traditional ingredients in spa treatments and neuropathy.



Cultural
adventures you can do by following the tour Baral Mardjanda (Aboriginal guide rainforest walk). A native Aboriginal guide will take you directly to local communities Kuku Yalanji settlement, explaining the history, culture, traditions, and their lives in harmony with the natural surroundings. Besides the power of Aboriginal culture also can be found by following Julay Binalbu (Aboriginal art workshops), where you try to make Kuku Yalanji art style.


More information if you want to get into the pervading peace in the soul of nature, can be contacted in advance to reserve your arrival there and at the same reservations at:
Ayers Rock, Uluru, Yulara Drive, Yulara NT 0872 Tel.: +61 2 8296 8010 Fax.: +61 2 9299 2103 e. Longitude131@voyages.com.au or www.longitude131.com.au

Haggerstone Island, Tel.: +61740603399, +61740603413 E.mail: info@haggerstoneisland.com.au or www.haggerstoneisland.com

20 Daintree Road, Daintree 4873, Queensland, Tel. : +61 7 4098 6100; Fax.: +61 7 4098 6200 and e.mail.: Info@daintree-ecolodge.com.au or www.daintree-ecolodge.com.au

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