As we start a new decade, we’re taking a look back at some of the biggest travel trends of the past ten years. Some of these are emerging trends that are continuing to grow, whereas others are now on the decline or have already evolved.
It’s the question on every traveller’s lips: how can we continue to travel the world while reducing our carbon footprint? According to a recent sustainability travel report by Booking.com, 55 percent of global travellers are more determined to make but there is a distinct lack of knowledge about alternative options when it comes to putting this into practice.
It’s difficult to avoid the current conversations about climate change – especially when you are a frequent traveller who is worried about your carbon footprint. There are several ways that you can offset or lessen your carbon footprint read on to discover more about carbon offset schemes.
Inter-railing is a fun and sustainable way to see more of Europe. Rather than flying from one destination to another, try travelling by train to make the most out of the journey and to reduce your carbon footprint. You could even combine your travel
Eco-friendly travel is gaining more and more attention as the world wakes up to climate change. Once associated with a more bohemian way of travelling, the luxury travel market has caught on to sustainable travel, and many boutique hotels are now
Travel is a wonderful thing, and for many of us it is our greatest pleasure in life—but there’s no denying that it is bad for the environment. Found out how you can help cut down the environmental impact of travelling.
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