How exciting is it that we’re a part of the generation that witnessed technology truly advance so quickly?? We experienced landlines transition to smartphones, hatchbacks to energy-efficient electric Tesla’s, and airlines fly to further & more exotic destinations.
We are becoming richer and more globalized with each passing year.
With globalization comes convenience, and there is also the unfortunate dissolution of our impact on the environment and local communities with our travels. Happily, though, people are becoming more & more environmentally conscious!
Surprisingly, it’s not that difficult for any single person to lead a travel lifestyle that is sustainable. And bonus- practicing sustainable travel can make you a much more frugal traveler too!
Our love of travel can be quite damaging to the places we visit but don’t fret because you’ve found one of the top sites for sustainable travel resources! I’ll be adding new posts to this page MONTHLY, and they’ll include ALL of my best tips for being an ultimate sustainable traveler (without having to sacrifice anything).
The TOP twelve easiest and most useful tips & tricks for any traveler who is looking to be more sustainable, environmentally friendly.
There are a lot of buzzwords surrounding sustainable travel which makes it difficult to understand what it means and how it plays a part in our travels.
These carry on essentials are a mix of ‘things to do’ and comfort items – while maintaining a sustinable focus, pack like a pro for your next flight
Explore Switzerland’s off-the-radar city that’s full of charm, history and an idyllic slow-paced way of life. Read more to discover Bern, Switzerland and it
Japan is known around the world for its exquisitely delicate sushi, so can the blame of certain fish species population depletions be placed solely on Japan
Amazing tips to help prevent overtourism as individuals & for governments. While part of the battle is understanding what overtourism is, it’s more important to know & understand how we can all help prevent overtourism from damaging destinations further.
Overtourism is a relatively new term in the travel industry used for when a destination reaches an over capacity size in terms of the number of visitors it sees each year. Read on to find out the major causes and effects of tourism, as well as tons of around the world examples!
This pearl of the Atlantic Ocean maintains much of its original beauty, and is truly a paradise in the purest form.
Inhaling a deep calming breath of crisp air, our national park guide directed through our first (successful) steps on top of the snow into the wilderness surrounding America’s most beautiful lake.
Beach clean ups are great, but they are a band-aid over a bigger problem, not a solution. So, I’ve put together a simple list of things YOU can do to prevent waste and be eco-friendly on your next beach visit.
Sustainable Travel Informational Resources
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