We love travel as much as you and thanks to cheaper and more convenient travel, the world has got a lot smaller, which means the travel industry continues to grow. This comes at a cost for some, with some tourist hot spots now starting to reject tourism in the melting-pot that it creates. The queues at the top of Everest and the mounting trash at base camp is just the tip of the problem. The Philippines even closed down an entire island for 6 months because tourism had got out of control. However, there is a solution and it’s up to us as travellers to travel responsibly. The best thing about responsible travel is that we think it leads to a more authentic travel experience.
Responsible travel is a growing movement and something we are passionate about. If your’e heading on the adventure of lifetime and you are worried about your impact on the world, we have put together a guide of the practices that we believe can make a difference.
Travel Like a Local
Stay in the Right Place
Check out Local Culture and Law
Spread the Word
Now you have some ideas of how to be a responsible traveller you can help teach your friends and strangers about the importance of responsible travel. It’s only through conversation in our travel communities that we can give this movement
Have a look how we are being responsible with our manufacturing and product development here at Salkan.