The land of the Inca, home to the magnificent condor, Peru has held traveller’s fascinations for centuries, and it’s no wonder considering the country contains some of the world’s most amazing sights – both natural and manmade.
Boasting some of the best eco lodges in the world, Australia has a range of green getaways to suit all budgets. From exploring rainforests with indigenous Aboriginal people to nursing orphaned joeys at award-winning conservation centres, the land of Dreamtime offers more than just beach babes at Bondi.
Crop circles are so last season. If you want to see something really interesting in the green fields of England in the coming years then you’ll need to head to the little known area of Northumberland in the United Kingdom.
If you haven’t already got your tickets for the next Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference (ESTC) in September then, quick, head over to their website to benefit from the early bird offer, which lasts till 17 July.
Festivals the world over are adopting more sustainable tactics, or dedicating entire festivals to being green. If you’re in their neck of the woods while on your travels, why not get a ticket and join the festivities?
Soultravelers3 are a family of three, originally from Santa Cruz, California; currently residing in a motor home in Europe. They gave up life in the rat race a few years ago to find a new perspective on living.
With the right green travel guides, anyone who’s environmentally-conscious can plan a fantastic vacation that fits their ethical and environmental principles. If you’re trying to plan a green getaway, but haven’t quite decided on where to go yet, why not check out some of the great eco travel guides available.
When travellers know that they are contributing positively to the preservation of the environment and cultural heritage of their holiday destination, and travel companies know that they are facilitating responsible tourism, it is a win-win situation for everyone involved.