6 Books for Greener Holidays

Being an eco-traveller sounds hard right? It’s no secret that airline travel alone is a huge contributor to pollution, large resorts generate incredible amounts of waste, and the list goes on… But from our experience, making your trip a little more eco-friendly is a lot easier than you think – if you’re willing to be slightly more conscious about your spending and your choices whilst abroad. Of course it requires some work and you’d hardly find travel agents with any concerns about the environment, but the outcome could be a lot more rewarding! With the right green travel guides, anyone can plan an environmentally-conscious vacation and have a unique travel experience, so why not check out some of the great eco-travel books available.

eco-travel-booksClean Breaks digs up 500 unique experiences and new ways to travel that make a real difference to the lives of local people and the planet. Full of adventure trips that offer a truly one of a kind experience, whilst minimising their environmental impact.

The Eco Travel Guide is a must-have for travellers concerned about more than just their accommodations; it goes over all of the intricacies of how to make your next vacation truly green, from eco-friendly travel products, as well as ideas to help travellers minimise their impact on an area during their stay.

eco-travel-booksGreen Travel is another great guide to eco-lodges and green hotels around the world. Listing 100 clean, green accommodations that are not only environmentally friendly, but work to support local communities as well.

The Ethical Travel Guide covers all of the exciting, little-known places that other guides leave out. With places to visit in over sixty countries, it brings more than just environmental responsibility – it also promotes places that do their part to support the local economy and provide an ethical means of making a living for the local people.

 

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 Lonely Planet’s Volunteer is packed with invaluable information and full-colour inspiration to get you planning your perfect short or long-term volunteer experience anywhere in the world.
For the travellers who want to get personally involved with nature, people and cultures, The Green Travel Sourcebook provides guidelines, resources, precautions, hints and tips on travel adventures to match every budget’s taste and level of physical ability.
I’d love to know your thoughts on eco tourism… Have you ever thought about it before or made a green trip recently? Let me know in the comments!
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