Eco Eco Eco! We hear this buzz word constantly because the new world traveler, especially from the corporate sector are motivated by experiences that educate in an immersive environment. Especially so for tours that support ecological projects such as rainforest, animal habitats and restoration are valued more than the been there done that types of tours we were used to in the past.
Aptly called the "Island of the Gods," Bali is one of the smallest and most famous islands of the Indonesian archipelago. With such notable cities as Kuta, Nusa Dua, and the capital, Denpasar, Bali features sun-kissed beaches, volcanic landforms covered by forests, terraced rice fields, and vibrant arts and nightlife. The island also houses an inspiring range of world-class meeting venues and hotels, which attract numerous meeting and event planners from around the world. Ngurah Rai International Airport is the only airport in Bali, as well as Indonesia's third-busiest international airport. Located 13 kilometers south of Denpasar, it is served by a number of international airlines and tourist charters, connecting Bali with Australia, several Asian capitals and the rest of Indonesia.
Placencia is the perfect amount of local, beach life with a dash of the Caribbean in Central America. It is a small peninsula measuring about 1 mile across and 16 miles north and south attached to the southeastern corner of Stann Creek District in southeastern Belize. Due to its unique geography, the Placencia Peninsula offers visitors two very different terrains. On the landward side, the peninsula is bordered by several mangrove-lined lagoons, known for their rich abundance of fishing opportunities. The seaward side from the Caribbean and offers spectacular vistas and easy access to the nearby Belize Barrier Reef a World Heritage Site and diver's dream. The beaches of Placencia Peninsula are renowned for their pristine beauty.
Gili Meno is a secluded natural paradise, hosting an abundance of tropical wonders. BASK is located on an expansive white sand beach, just meters from the water’s edge, providing opportunity for guests to swim and snorkel in clear blue waters that are home to picturesque coral reefs, diverse varieties of marine life and a sanctuary for ancient species of turtles.