- What is Green Travel Show All
If you travel, you will leave a charcoal smudge in your wake. You can’t help it. Eco-friendly travel practices can lift the remorse and lighten the blemish on Mother Earth.
You may live a sustainable lifestyle at home, but what about while on vacation? Here are some practical steps you can take to limit your impact on the environment.
A look at tours and programs that address the impact travelers have on the communities they visit.
When thinking about how to reduce our individual carbon footprints, one of the simplest ways to cut back on emissions is to fly less often. But for those who want to see the world, there are ways to make trips more sustainable, including where you go, what you pack and how you decide to get there.
Whether you’re feeling flight-shamed, hotel-shamed or just plain shamed for being a traveler, chances are you’re probably wondering how to reduce your carbon footprint when you travel. Even with so many travel companies claiming to be green, it’s not easy.
Sustainable tourism is a real buzzword at the moment, but what does it really mean?
By all means, travel and see the world and appreciate the natural beauty of the planet, but please consider matching your travel footprint to the environmental love motivating your travel.
How would you rate your travel sustainability? Here are 12 sustainable travel tips to help you reduce the impact of your travels.
- Destinations Show All
Deciding to adopt a sustainable tourism ethos doesn’t mean vowing never to take another flight or to only travel to off-the-radar locales. Instead, invest your wanderlust in places that are rolling out initiatives to minimise the impact of tourism on the environment.
Read on to discover what we think are going to be the top sustainable travel destinations for 2020 and 2021, so you can start planning a trip of a lifetime that you know has a minimal effect on the environment!
Find out what are the World’s Top 50 Most Sustainable Destinations.
The world's best 10 sustainable destinations for 2019 have been revealed by Green Destinations at ITB Berlin, and they provide excellent planet-friendly travel ideas for the year ahead.
The term staycation, originally from the United States, is a neologism deriving from the contraction of “stay” and “vacation”. According to the Cambridge Dictionary, it means vacations that you take at home or near your home rather than traveling to another place.
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Instead of choosing a large resort or a chain hotel, instead look for alternative, eco-friendly accommodation such as camping, homestays, local guesthouses or at least an eco-hotel that does its bit for the environment and the local people.
Here are 10 incredible sustainable adventures around the world you can feel good about signing up for.
With these principals in mind we’ve rounded up our 2018 bucket list destinations!
- Outdoor Vacations Show All
As the National Park Service turns 100, a look at 59 wonders it works to preserve.
The following 50 holidays cover the widest possible range of charismatic species across every continent.
Looking for more walking inspo? Try these epic hikes from around the world.
Some of the best wilderness in the country has no trail at all. Grab a paddle and get ready for the ultimate summer on the water with these 11 trips down National Wild and Scenic Rivers.
Tour de France stages. Classic British Columbian downhills. Epic gravel grinds in the American heartland. These bucket-list rides are guaranteed to be the most fun you can have on two wheels.
Sustainable camping is often referred as “Leave No Trace” or the “Ten Essentials.” But just because you’ve heard this before doesn’t mean you know what it means. The Leave No Trace Behind Principles are a set of rules which are designed to help protect nature. These rules help campers and backpackers respect the environment while enjoying nature.
Polar bears, rare wolves, aye-aye and gorillas – our readers share heart-racing encounters with the world’s wild ones
Many animal attractions market themselves as animal sanctuaries, but too often these so-called “sanctuaries” are just trying to capitalize on a rising public interest in conservation.
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