Are you a hopeless adventurer constantly looking for new places to explore? Or, even better, maybe the love of your life is an even more passionate explorer just waiting to share his or her future adventures with you. Continuing on this route, maybe it just happens to be the case that you’re in the middle of planning an adventurous honeymoon trip, whether real or imaginary.
Either way, chances are you’ve run into the word ”ecotourism” while browsing through countless travelling brochures and adventure web sites. In an era of one global warming disaster after another, this eco-friendly travel initiative is becoming more and more popular all over the world. It’s a way of enjoying everything nature has to offer, while at the same time respecting its delicate biodiversity and ecology by reducing our environmental footprints. Sounds pretty great, doesn’t it? So, what are you waiting for? Hop on the wave and ride it too!
Don’t know where to start? Well, honeymoon destinations in Australia are what you should be looking for. The list of breath-taking places on this continent is endless. Simply pick the destination that best fits your adventure requirements. If you’re into hiking and can’t wait to take on a virtually untouched rainforest, Bloomfield Lodge’s luxury resort in the northeast Queensland area may just be the perfect place for your honeymoon. The resort gives you the opportunity to explore the depths of the mesmerising jungle of the Daintree Rainforest – one of the most naturally diverse areas on earth.
Although you may be itching to take off into the jungle on your own for a private adventure with your special someone, a guided rainforest walk led by a highly knowledgeable jungle expert is strongly recommended. The guide will take you through the most fascinating parts of the jungle, giving you mind-blowing insight into the mysteries of the tropical rainforest, its magnificent ecosystem and the flora and fauna that inhabit it.
Now, if you and your partner are still determined to set out and explore on your own, there are marked walking trails around the Lodge to help you stay on track. Just make sure you inform the staff of your intentions in case they have to come looking for you. Because, as we all know, even the most experienced of adventurers find themselves lost on unknown territory from time to time. It could then be nice to know that at least someone knows where you might be.