Meaning of ecotourist in English:

ecotourist

Pronunciation /ˌiːkəʊˈtʊərɪst/

Translate ecotourist into Spanish

noun

See ecotourism

‘The lure of such incredible flora and fauna attracts ecotourists by the thousands to this unspoiled corner of Mexico, and there's no shortage of tour operators to ease your way.’
  • ‘Instead of just cycling for 10 days, ecotourists are buying into combinations of mountain biking, hiking and sea kayaking.’
  • ‘But what advice would you give to prospective ecotourists to chose a responsible operator?’
  • ‘After the resources have been extracted, the region could be left without a sustainable economic base, stripped even of the natural habitats that could draw ecotourists or support traditional forms of subsistence.’
  • ‘Each pack will include a strip of chewing gum, but, unlike the traditional fare, it will be non-toxic, non-animal-tested, and produced with organic rubber harvested by volunteer ecotourists in the rainforests of Amazonia.’