Ecotourism for the conservation of the Cork Forest

Cork Oak Dehesa Extremadura

We start our trip to finalize the details of the ecotourism experience we are designing with the Cork Forest Conservation Alliance. The objective of this project is to raise awareness of the natural, cultural and socio-economic importance of the cork forest through ecotourism, to convey to the American public the message of the benefits of using cork for the conservation of this invaluable ecosystem. For ten days we will visit three of the most important cork producing areas of Spain: Extremadura, Andalusia and Catalonia.

Preparing the itinerary through Caceres. Part I.

Pin-tailed Sandgrouse - Ganga común - Pterocles alchata

In the middle of last December we spent a few days in the city of Caceres and its surroundings, finalizing details for one of the itineraries that will soon be included in our Natural Heritage Travel Catalogue 2013.

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