While traveling each one of us must develop the idea of being a sustainable traveler, but the question is how it could be…
Simple as it is, responsible tourism can act as a gadget for positive changes and here are plenty of ways to make your trip more valuable and sustainable.
Each year, more than 8 million tons of plastics wind up in our ocean, that should be the mean reason to Adopt the greatest trio concept of reducing, reusing, and Recycling; here are some Tips for you: Say No to Plastic and be smart about it!
Founding out the diversity of the planet could not be only just an entertainment goal. While exploring, everyone has targets and goals through his experience.
But we should learn that directly or indirectly we are all contributing and changing people’s life.
Make sure that money you spend stay in the destination and support its economy.
How to achieve that? Here are some tips:
Travelers have a huge opportunity to protect our planet’s natural surroundings and resources. To better understand how to help, do your research and stay on top of knowing what issues are affecting the environments you are visiting. Also, Sustainable Travel International recommends that you visit protected areas as the fees you pay to use them support local efforts to conserve them. Rules and regulations in these areas are there to protect the environment, wildlife, local communities, and you. If you hire a local guide, you’ll not only learn about the local environment, but you will also provide incentive to local communities to invest in environmental conservation. If you do not hire a guide and venture on your own, make sure you “leave nothing but footprints” as you explore, be mindful of your surroundings and of course, don’t litter. Make sure any business you spend your money on is eco-friendly and supports conservation efforts. Research is key here as a lot of businesses claim they are green but may not necessarily be taking realistic actions to help.