Remote tourism at Rabbit Beach, Lampedusa: a unique chance to experience a natural trip, from your sofa. Trying to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, we have politely asked our volunteers, travellers and friends to refrain from visiting our loved projects and places, until further notice.
Of course it is hard to wait… So we had an idea: to recreate a little bit of the “new trip experience” feelings, for all of those who had to cancel or postpone their travels.
So let’s join our Remote Tourism trip on Rabbit Beach: Elena Prazzi will guide us through the beauty of Lampedusa Natural Reserve, one of the last nesting site of the Caretta Caretta sea turtle. Don’t forget to be there: May, 23rd, 4 PM – LOTO FB page!
Our aim is to empower local community and develop ecotourism approach, to change and enhance the way people use to travel, connect and share our common home, our Planet.
Lampedusa is an important hotspot for biodiversity, Natura 2000 Site, Special Protection Area and its natural value is protected by a Natural Reserve set up in 1996 and a Marine Protected area instituted in 2003. In pre corona virus age overtourism was increasingly contaminating the Island, now we have the chance to re-think how local communities can host travellers in a responsible way.
Remote tourism at Rabbit Beach, Lampedusa: be there to step in our first Remote Tourism Experience: May, 23rd, 4 PM – LOTO FB page. Travel with us to build balanced and stronger community!