Tourists made the scenic eco-trail in New Zealand on toilet

Tourists made the scenic eco-trail in New Zealand on toilet

Many tourists are not interested in the nature of the Park, and come just to take pictures at the iconic.

Trail «Milford track» through new Zealand National park Fiordland. It stretches 54 kilometers and includes various challenging mountain passes, suspension bridges and steep transitions near the Clinton river, mountain lakes and waterfalls. The trail was recognized as the best in the world, a hundred years ago and since that time, the number of visitors is growing rapidly.

Many vacationers throw the garbage just in a beech forest, and some stretches of the trails impossible to pass through the remnants of shit and toilet paper, writes Daily Mail. Employees of the Park say that it is very disgusting and spoils the image tourist site. The Park is positioned as one of those places that is worth visiting for life and be recorded in their list of Must visit. Rampant disrespect to the rest of nature has turned some parts of the Park to the toilet.

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«Park visitors are not interested in nature, and come just take a selfie at the iconic. Their ears headset and they are indifferent to the environment,» says one of the employees of the Park.

One of the reasons for this situation stems from the fact that in recent years the number wishing to go on the trail has risen dramatically. Over the past year was 12% more visitors. And in comparison with 2008 before the Park was to arrive at 50 thousand more tourists every year. Accordingly, the number of unscrupulous walkers also increased. At the same time, in the Park there are places where tourists can relax, eat and go to the toilet.

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Recall the recent storm on the coast of New Zealand led to the collapse of tourism. Due to the bad weather in the cities are stuck hundreds of travelers. The wind was poorya power lines and knocked down trees and streams of water persivale road. From the flooded areas were evacuated about fifty people.

Videomania storm led to the collapse of tourism in New Zealand

On the coast of the country declared a state of emergency due to a severe storm. It has already led to the collapse of tourism in the country. Due to the bad weather in the cities are stuck hundreds of travelers. The wind was poorya power lines and knocked down trees and torrents of water washed away roads. From the flooded areas were evacuated about fifty people.

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