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January 3, 2019

Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve awarded Top 100 Sustainable Destination for 2018

2018 SUSTAINABLE DESTINATIONS TOP 100

For the fourth time the Sustainable Destinations Top 100 is unveiled. This list celebrates the efforts of tourism destinations for responsible and sustainable tourism.
The list is the result of open calls in newswires, social and business media. Nominators had to provide extensive information on their destination and its efforts to make itself and its stakeholders more sustainable for the benefit of visitors, local communities and the world. Candidate destinations had to clarify what they have been doing to comply with the 100 globally recognized criteria of the Green Destinations Standard. Nominations were evaluated by the Sustainable Top 100 Team and by members of the Top 100 International Committee and country experts.
The Top 100 initiative aims to recognise tourism destinations that have worked hard to make a difference and take sustainability seriously. Nevertheless, no destination is fully sustainable. In all selected destinations important issues remain to be solved.

The winners will be celebrated - and will receive their Certificate at the ITB Earth Award - Top 100 Awards ceremony, 6 March at ITB Berlin, the world's leading travel trade show.

Learn more about Sustainable Destinations here:

Sustainable Destinations - Top 100