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The new aircraft is named Vallee de Mai in honour of the Seychelles' Unesco Natural World Heritage Site on the island of Praslin, containing a prehistoric palm forest.
Nepal is also home to the Natural World Heritage Sites of Everest National Park and Chitwan National.
Its Jurassic Coast is a stunning stretch of shoreline that has been designated a Natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Mumbai On World Heritage Day, the good news for environmentalists and nature lovers is that the Western Ghats could soon be declared a Unesco Natural World Heritage Site, thus creating greater awareness on conserving the rich biodiversity of this region.
Even two centuries later, this incredible archipelago remains home to some of the planet’s most unique creatures – no wonder, then, that the chain was declared the world’s first Natural World Heritage Site in 1978 (it went on to become a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1984).
Beijing has disclosed plans to list the mountain as a UNESCO Natural World Heritage site, and plans to host the 2018 Winter Olympics on its side.
The delta, which is split between Romania and Ukraine, has many designations that should protect it - it's a national park, a natural world heritage site and a biosphere reserve, the last designation conferred by the United Nations.
Promote Economic Development Expedia and the UN Foundation will donate combined resources, as well as Expedia employee time and talent to support locally owned tourism enterprises in Sian Ka'an, Mexico, a large, natural World Heritage site on the eastern coast of the Yucatan peninsula.