Green travelers are a special group, who look for adventure and meaning in their vacation. Green travelers take their Eco-Friendly good intention on their journeys to and during their stays in Eco-locations. They want to promote natural ecosystem conservation and biodiversity that also supports local communities and economies. It’s no argument that Eco-Friendly travelers found a good thing and are now one the largest travel segments.
Eco-Friendly is a green travel. Green travelers consider themselves responsible travelers who look for business, tour operators, and transportation methods that preserve the local environment and give to the local community. Here’s a helpful checklist to use as you plan your Eco-Friendly trip.
1. Types of Transportation:
Walk and cycle during your trip
Take public transportation
Rent hybrid vehicles
Take train travel when possible
We live in a world where getting multiple tasks done fast is the norm. A contrary trend offers a response to our sometimes empty, fast paced lives. It’s “slow travel.” We’re stressed by modern travel, economic downturn, and a lack for sustainability. We need to De-stress and decelerate.
Eco-friendly travel creates new trends. Glamping is one of these trends that is growing in all parts of the world and all price ranges. Many of us love nature and want to fight to keep it pristine, but we still want a clean bed, a warm bath or shower and maybe a gourmet meal after a day of hiking in the woods or biking up and down mountain terrains. Maybe we even want to sleep next to the trees separated with only a luxury canvas tent and hope that the bears don’t join us for a night’s sleep? Isn’t it nice to enjoy luxury and nature at the same time? And it’s Eco-Friendly.