Ecotourism and Travel

I’m a passionate traveler 🌎  I’ve been traveling and exploring the world for almost 5 years now and I decided to make a specialization out of this passion.

I can translate tourist guides, brochures, hotel descriptions, travel blogs, websites, emails, newsletter, social media content (such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter posts), and more!

I specialize in Ecotourism: I help organizations promote a way of traveling that instead of harming the local communities, supports them and allows them develop a new, sustainable approach to tourism.

I work with organizations that organize volunteer experiences abroad, in both humanitarian and environmental activities.

I obviously use SEO to help you reach more and more potential clients!

Case studies

  • I translated the audio description guide for blind people of the Saint Paul’s Cathedral, London (EN>IT). This project was more than a simple translation: it is part of the European project AdLab. I had to study the adaptation techniques that improve the experience of visiting a monument for people who can’t see. This means using the language in a different way, searching for more images and virtual visits in order to understand exactly how to reach the different elements of the Cathedral. Culture needs to be accessible to everyone and I really enjoyed participating in this project
  • Another project I loved is my last one: the translation of the website of the Citadelle de Sisteron, the Citadel of the French village where I currently live. I translated the entire website from French to Italian. The association that takes care of this historical monument is rebuilding the website and they will soon publish it with its brand-new multilingual version: I am proud to say that the Italian one will be my translation!

Here you can see an extract – FR>IT: 

French source textItalian translation
La Chapelle.
Elle est Ă©difiĂ©e, au XVe s., sur une terrasse portĂ©e par des arcades reposant sur de puissants piliers. Son vaisseau de deux travĂ©es ouvre sur un chƓur inondĂ© de la lumiĂšre de sept fenĂȘtres. C’est le beau gothique finissant dont les nervures s’ornent d’un mĂ©plat. TrĂšs tĂŽt, la chapelle a perdu sa fonction cultuelle.
Au XVIIe s. elle s’appelle donjon, est coupĂ©e de planchers et sert de logement au lieutenant du roi. Plus tard, elle sera utilisĂ©e comme casernement puis deviendra prison. RestaurĂ©e vers 1935, elle est aux trois-quarts dĂ©truite lors du bombardement d’aoĂ»t 1944. Sa reconstruction n’intervient qu’en 1970, sous la pression des restaurations conduites par ATM. En 1980, Notre-Dame du ChĂąteau a retrouvĂ© une Ă©clatante parure de vitraux due au maĂźtre-verrier Claude Courageux. Elle abrite des expositions de prestige et une librairie d’ouvrages consacrĂ©s Ă  la rĂ©gion. Une messe y est cĂ©lĂ©brĂ©e tous les ans, le 14 aoĂ»t, Ă  la mĂ©moire des victimes des guerres.
La Cappella.
Viene edificata nel XV secolo su una terrazza ad arcate rette da possenti pilastri. La navata a due campate si apre su un coro inondato di luce grazie a sette finestre. È la fine del bel stile gotico, le cui venature si ornano di rilievi. Ben presto la cappella perde la propria funzione religiosa.
Nel XVII secolo si chiama dongione, viene divisa in piani e serve da alloggio al luogotenente del re. Successivamente, sarĂ  usata come caserma e infine come prigione. Restaurata verso il 1935, viene distrutta per i suoi tre quarti durante il bombardamento dell’agosto 1944. Il suo restauro avviene solamente nel 1970, sotto le pressioni dell’ATM, che si occupava dei lavori. Nel 1980, Notre-Dame du ChĂąteau ritrova uno stupefacente abbellimento grazie alle vetrate del mastro vetraio Claude Courageux. Ospita delle esposizioni prestigiose e una libreria di opere religiose. Una messa vi viene celebrata tutti gli anni, il 14 agosto, in memoria delle vittime della guerra. 

With my friend Isa, working remotely in Rishikesh, India

Being a digital nomad and a travel lover myself, I am the best choice to translate your content about tourism, ecotourism, and travel, such as travel itineraries, tourist guides, brochures, travel blogs, monument descriptions, and more! Send me an email to discuss your project at đŸ“©  nadine.mtt@morethantranslation.com