Ecotourism, sometimes called “sustainable tourism,” is one step people can take toward ecological responsibility. When ecotourism is implemented successfully, it: Uses the financial gains of tourism to support the conservation and preservation of the environment, Encourages businesses in the tourist industry to implement “green” policies and practices in their daily operations, Challenges travelers to adopt mindfulness, awareness, and sensitivity to cultural and environmental needs around the world, and Benefits members of indigenous communities through economic growth. Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words: Think of an ecotourism event you have experienced or research one that occurs near your community. Describe the event or destination by explaining the environmental features that attract tourists. What are the benefits of that ecotourism? What are some disadvantages? Consider incorporating the details above in your response.