By Jeremy Smith, Richard Hammond

"Clean Breaks" reveals 500 special studies and new how you can trip that make a true distinction to the lives of local community and the planet. It helps you to find a wealth of latest adventures from dozing in houseboats in Kerala and witnessing the zebra migration in Botswana to taking the train-hotel from Paris to Madrid. even if you fancy residing like an area in a tipi with local American Indians, driving with cowboys in Venezuela or staying in a bunkhouse barn within the Brecon Beacons, this advisor is jam-packed with the how, the place and while to plot your subsequent outstanding adventure. Authors Richard Hammond, eco-friendly trip Correspondent for "The Guardian", and Jeremy Smith, former Editor of "The Ecologist Magazine", mix cultural sensitivity with functional suggestion, hand-picking the simplest lodges, lodges, and excursions run through earth-friendly those who find themselves enthusiastic about what they do, assuring a astonishing number of inspirational shuttle rules with no compromising at the caliber of your vacation. no matter if you must event a climate-friendly home-stay or just are looking to see the realm in a brand new gentle; make your subsequent journey a fresh holiday.

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Com; T +33 (0) 475 932 111. For B&Bs, holiday gîtes, hotels, restaurants and campsites in the Ardèche as well as ideas for where to go canoeing and riding see Wwww. com. indd 49 49 2/4/09 19:04:06 058 A day’s sightseeing in paris, by bike Though Paris is packed with iconic sights, it is not a large city. The main attractions – such as the Champs-Elysées, Notre Dame, the Louvre and the Avenue de l’Opera, the Marais, Pompidou Centre and Bastille – are all within walking distance of the principal train hubs: Gare du Nord (for those arriving on Eurostar), Gare de l’Est (for those arriving from the east) and Gare de Montparnasse (for those travelling up from the south).

From top) The blue bedroom at Barefoot Yurts; Cornish Tipi Holidays; Cornish Tipi totem 044 Ardfern Tipis, Scotland Three tipis on a hill by Loch Craignish on the west coast. Wwww. uk; T+44 (0) 1852 500 715. 5km from a beach. uk; T+44 (0) 192 942 2932. indd 35 35 2/4/09 19:29:08 046 Camping and kayaking in the Summer Isles, Scotland The protected sandy beaches and shallow shores of the Summer Isles are perfect places to land a kayak and pitch a tent for the night. If you like the idea, canoeing tours organized by Wilderness Scotland make for an excellent choice: there can’t be many trips that leave so little trace behind them.

It’s the smallest and most unspoilt of accordance with guidelines proposed by the Irish the four main islands, and the only access is by Whale and Dolphin Group and the National Parks ferry from Guernsey, so there are no cars – just and Wildlife Service. He provides interactive a few tractors, bikes and horse-drawn carriages, commentaries using hydrophone and camera the latter two available to hire. The pick of several stunning beaches is the gloriously sandy cove at Le Grande Grêve, one of the most unspoilt in the Channel Islands.

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