Category Archive: vEcotours

Feb 27

Take a walk on the rocky side at Green Point, Canada

Canada’s Gros Morne park, on the comparatively sheltered Western coast of Newfoundland, is a geology lover’s paradise and a designated UNESCO natural world heritage site. From precipitous land-locked fjords to the curiously sterile exposed mantle of the Tablelands formation, this is a wild landscape and one that is home to a unique mixture of boreal, …

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Feb 10

Experience the fascinating world of the Susa gorilla group in Rwanda, guided by great ape expert Ian Redmond

Sidle up to one of our world’s greatest living wonders: a group of mighty mountain gorillas browsing and playing in their natural habitat on Mount Karisimbi, Rwanda. Our latest vEcotour features 360 degree images, ambient background sounds, and embedded videos, all captured by our vEco Ambassador and great ape expert, Ian Redmond. Mount Karisimbi, a …

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Oct 02

iOS support in the pipeline

Apple devotees, fear not. Support for iOS devices is nearly here! While the vEcotour experience will necessarily be slightly different on iPhones and iPads than on PCs and Macs (for example, iOS only allows one sound file to be played at a time), we’re doing our best to ensure that our tours will be worth …

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Sep 21

Eight new vEcotours to explore!

In a push to give you, the public, a bit more to chew on as we continue to develop the technical side of vEcotourism.org, we’ve put eight new vEcotours online. The new sites range from the lofty heights of Mt Sabinyo in Uganda to deck-level on a fishing boat in Saleh Bay, Indonesia. Click on …

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