Travel can look like many different things. So some of the trips we take are far kinder to people and the planet than others. Here we chat about what makes travel sustainable or not, as well as why adventure travel is a sustainable type of tourism.
One in 10 jobs globally are in tourism. So the world needs tourists, for sure, but it needs tourists who travel conscientiously. We suggest ways big and small to travel responsibly and sustainably to protect environments and benefit communities.
Travel is a wonderful thing, but it needs to be done thoughtfully if it's to be sustainable. We hope to help you reduce your environmental impact in your next trip by suggesting some eco-friendly versions of common packing list items.
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Ultimate Kenyan safari
If you want to see lots of animals, including the Big Five, and visit the most beautiful and animal-dense parks in Kenya, this is the trip for you!
Best of Uganda and Rwanda
Uganda and Rwanda share a cross-border mountain ecosystem that's home to mountain gorillas and other primates. They're also both home to the Big Five.