- Can tourism be sustainable?
Sustainability is on everyone’s lips. It has almost become a buzzword and marketing claim. So let’s take a closer look at the concept behind it: Although sustainability is often equated in our minds with being environmentally friendly, it’s actually about balancing three dimensions: Environmental, Social and Economic.
- Slow Travel – Deceleration while traveling
A vacation away from the hustle and bustle, crowds and thousands of other tourists, stress and one sight after the next… Doesn’t that sound tempting? This is the essence of Slow Travel – the antithesis of mass tourism.
- 5 TIPS FOR SUSTAINABLE HIKING
Hiking is becoming more popular. People want to spend time in nature and switch off from everyday life at home. But how can hiking become more sustainable?
- Zero waste – at home and on the road
The name “Zero Waste” will certainly be familiar to most people. The concept of waste-saving living has become more and more widespread in recent years and is gaining more and more followers.
- 6 Tips for your next biking trip
Going on vacation with your bike could turn out to be the best holidays you’ve ever had- if you have some tips and tricks on your mind. Read through these travel experiences to learn about it!
- SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL: WAYS OF TRANSPORTATION
While traveling, your transportation most definitely has the biggest impact on the environment. We understand that all our offered destinations can only be reached by plane for the most of you. This is why we would like to tell you how to keep your impact as low as possible during your journeys.
- TRASH TALK – 5 TIPS TO PRODUCE LESS WASTE
An average german person brings out 457 kilogram waste per year; in america it’s even about 755 kilogram per person per year – wow, that is a lot! And it is actually pretty easy to reduce your own impact on this a little bit, by acting somewhat more sustainable and probably think twice before you buy something. Here are some tips for you on how you can reduce your amount of waste easily – espacially while traveling!
- 6 TIPS FOR SUSTAINABLE TRAVELING
Eco tourism basically consists of the three R’s: reduce, reuse, recycle. It is not false to say that eco tourism belongs to sustainable traveling, this is just a part of it. If you travel sustainably, you also want to have a positive impact on the culture and economy of your travel destination in order to preserve them. You can easily achieve that, because this is by far not as hard as it sounds. Here are some leads that hopefully help you with it.