I have been blessed to live in a truly beautiful country, self-catering in the country of my choice (France or Spain, etc) and I have to say that I feel very lucky to be able to afford to live and work in my chosen home as opposed to booking guest rooms in hotels.

The more we learn about the environment and what impact we are having on other people and the planet, the more we feel obliged to do something about it. sage advice really! Fortunately those of us who love travel and our planet can take advantage of the tips and advice that we get and we can travel in comfort and eco-friendly facilities.

If you are thinking of going on your first sustainable holiday and are wanting to learn more about some of the things that you can do, then please have a look at some of these sustainable holiday tips and ideas.

If you are thinking of undertaking a sustainable holiday somewhere in the world, please take a look at the following sustainable travel tips and ideas.

sustainable travel tips

If you are thinking of going on your sustainable travel break somewhere in the world, please remember that you need to consider the social, political, and environmental issues in your chosen destination. For example, in some parts of the world it is better to avoid wearing outfits that are too expensive, or buying cosmetics where there arearelastic prices to be found. Always make sure that you do your homework and learn more about the various issues in the country you will be visiting.

You should also learn more about the environmental issues in your chosen destination. For example, in many Firstly countries the water is drinkable only until 10 pm at night. If you do your homework properly, you will be able to find the right placesto do your homework.

Always make sure that you take everything that you need with you. Even though you may be going in the tourism off season, it is always a good idea to bring with you your chargers for your electronics and your camera. Pack your chargers and your camera and make sure that you have no expired visas, because if you do, the police might consider it as a reason to send you back home. Don’t take too much cash with you; take just enough to last you through the day. Take an emergency rucksack and you’ll have all you need in case of many hours of protests.

Remember that even in developing countries, the rules of the road may be very different to what you are used to. Always make sure that you are always respectful and law abiding and you never engage in any illegal activities.

If it is a nice day and you feel like hiking in the nearby mountains, always remember to bring plenty of water. Also bring money, a cell phone and a charger, and a comfortable pair of shoes.

Always make sure that you bring what you need to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. It is always nice to have nice things to while you are traveling, but don’t ever let yourself be drawn into things that can ruin your holiday!