In today's increasingly serious environmental problems, do you miss those pure and green beautiful scenery and yearn to experience their purity? These green tourism destinations in the world will take you to find the purest beauty.

1. Latvia

Here you can learn how food is produced, and you can also get in touch with some ecological farming techniques, and buy fresh and healthy food that cannot be found in urban supermarkets. Latvia has a wide variety of open farms: livestock farms, mushroom farms, fish farms and flower farms. Visitors can stay in log cabins in beautiful country estates and participate in horseback riding, hiking, and canoeing.

2. Finland

Finnish Lapland is the last unspoiled pristine region in Europe. With vast forests and hundreds of pristine lakes, visitors can enjoy the midnight sun, stunning natural scenery, and the chance to spot bears and lynx. Recently named "the best country in the world" by Newsweek, Finland is a paradise for hikers, riders and campers, and a rare escape from reality.

3. New Zealand

New Zealand is the biggest place on this list, and it's hard to cover it all in one trip. This means that there are many opportunities for ecotourism in New Zealand. The terrain is diverse and the wildlife is abundant, making it a great place for hiking, biking, and camping. New Zealand is also the most popular place for green ecotourism, where tourists can choose from a variety of travel methods and novel accommodation, which are not harmful to the environment.

4. Tobago Island, South America

The island is home to the largest legally protected rainforest in the world. The local forest reserve is home to a wide variety of wildlife and is home to half of the island's birds. While much of the island (including endangered corals) was severely damaged by the cyclone, the forest reserve's World Heritage status makes the island well-protected.

5. Botswana

Botswana is known for its savannahs rich in wildlife and is a great destination for nature lovers. From the north to the south of the Vango River delta, there are vegetation and deserts. There are a lot of habitat and wildlife resources in the area that need to be exploited. With the development of tourism, more national parks and nature reserves are likely to appear here.

6. Coral Island

The coral islands clinging to Western Australia are a haven for underwater life and the largest and accessible fringing reef. Because it is near the sea, it can be reached by swimming. There are usually a large number of cruise ships coming and going here to watch whales. It is a breeding area for whales and provides visitors with the opportunity to get up close and personal with the beautiful marine life.

7. Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town is one of the most popular ecotourism destinations on the website, combining beautiful nature with fascinating culture. In this capital city, it is easy to get to the beaches, forests and mountains. There are plenty of restaurants serving local specialities, and a reliable public transport system takes visitors around Cape Town with ease.