Today, Tuesday 27th of September 2016, is World Tourism Day. This year’s motto is “Tourism for Everyone.” World Tourism Day aims to make the international community more aware of the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, politic and economical value. As stated on the World Tourism Organisation website, the goal for 2016 is to […]

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In the year 2015, and after being accepted in the Tourism Product Club of the Spanish Biosphere Reserve, Lanzarote’s Biosphere Reserve Office became part of TUREBE, which results in one more step taken towards encouraging ecotourism in Lanzarote. What is TUREBE? In the year 2009, with funding from the Program for Innovative Business Group (IBG) […]

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The Canary Islands are included in the Mediterranean Basin as one of the thirty-four most interesting hotspots in the world. This term, coined by environmentalist Norman Myers, refers to the places in the planet where we can find the largest number of endemic species, unique to that area, and whose natural habitat is endangered or […]

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The second edition of the course “Sustainable Tourism Products in Lanzarote’s Biosphere Reserve” will take place at the end of November. As you know, attendance is mandatory for all of the businesses currently in the process of joining the Tourism Product Club of Lanzarote’s Biosphere Reserve. The details of the course are as follows: Days: […]

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Congratulations to our colleges of the Island Council of Lanzarote’s Environment Department and the entities that helped achieve the admission and international recognition of Lanzarote and the Chinijo Archipelago in the Global Geoparks Network.

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