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SOURCE: Lost In Australia
The team at Lost in Australia have recently announced a new campaign to refocus travellers on the impact that a simple holiday can have on the environment and the species native to it.
(PRWEB) December 04, 2012
Nowadays, more so than ever, people are becoming aware of the impact that travelling can have on nature and the environment as a whole. The team at Lost in Australia have recently announced a new campaign to refocus travellers on the impact that a simple holiday can have on the environment and the species native to it. “Lost in Australia Seeks to Save Our Planet” is an initiative, formed in the hopes that natural habitats may be preserved and undisturbed by travellers.
Lost in Australia are hoping to increase the survival rates of species great and small, from koalas and Tasmanian devils to dolphins and the rock wallaby. By providing support and assistance to the communities which these animals call home, the team at Lost in Australia is aiding in conserving their precious ecosystems. For every booking made with Lost in Australia, 10% of the profits are given back to these communities, helping to create a significant change to the lives of those animals most in need.
One of the main focal points for this latest campaign is driven by providing future generations with the opportunity to witness the wildlife and environment as it is today. While many travellers are concerned about their carbon footprint, when embarking on a holiday, it is always good to know that there is something more that can be done. So, it’s come to that point where travellers are most likely asking how this cause can really make a difference. When making an online booking with Lost in Australia, users will have the chance to select the species of animal which they wish to contribute their 10% donation. Whether travellers choose to select the black cockatoo, the orang-utan or the sea turtle, the contribution received will be going to a great cause – ultimately the first step in saving the wildlife.
Lost in Australia supports a number of different wildlife advocate groups, including the Sea Shepard, Save the Koala and The Australian Orang-utan Project. In collaboration with these organisations, Lost in Australia is helping travellers to make the easy choice of planning a holiday without creating a negative impact on the environment. Travellers can choose from holiday destinations throughout every state and territory within Australia, meaning holidaymakers are not limited to their travel destination, simply by helping to assist in the conservation of the environment.
When booking a holiday, consider not only the adventure and excitement of tours and the lavish features of hotels, but also the environment that surrounds these. By booking a holiday through http://www.lostinaustralia.com.au/ travellers are taking the first step to making a real difference to reducing impact on the surrounding environment. While the holiday experience will not be diminished or changed in anyway, travellers can rest assured knowing that they are helping to save the precious environment.
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