Travelling sustainably in the Caribbean doesn’t only mean staying in environmentally friendly accommodation. Even if you stay at an all-inclusive resort or spend a week on an ocean cruise, there are several things you can do to ensure you travel as sustainably as possible in the Caribbean. From immersing yourself in the culture and eating locally, to purchasing locally made goods and learning the lingo, aim to leave a positive impact on the people, community and environment. Here are just a few things you can do to travel sustainably in the Caribbean.
More and more people are travelling lighter these days—and for very good reason. Not only are cheap airlines charging a pretty penny for that heavy suitcase you packed, putting the overall cost of your flight up, travelling light is a much more sustainable way to travel. See my infographic below for 5 reasons to travel light.
Are you a conscious traveller looking for sustainable destinations to add to your bucket list? Want to know the destinations where sustainability is a top priority before you add them to your bucket list or before planning your next solo vacation? Below are my top 12...
As a travel advisor, I want to encourage my clients to travel as sustainably as possible, and tend to only train with and support tour operators, cruise lines and resorts, that practice sustainable tourism. October’s social media topic is Cultural Communities. I was inspired to choose this topic and to write this blog post on Rethinking Travel in a Post-Pandemic World, after attending one of G Adventures webinars a few weeks ago, and realizing that there needs to be a real and big (as in global) change in the way we travel. This is the first of three blog posts on the subject of sustainable tourism.