7 Tips for being a respectful traveller and a decent human being wherever you go
Responsible travel means making conscious and compassionate decisions in order to leave the place we have visited in just a good or better condition than we found it. Sustainability, at its core, means reducing our impact on the planet, supporting local economies and protecting wildlife. So, when it comes to travelling responsibly and sustainably, it’s just about being conscious of our actions and changing some habits or building some new ones. Most of these actions are ridiculously simple, such as having coffee in a local shop or using a refillable water bottle. But, as more travellers and nomads incorporate these small habits into their travel routine, our collective impact keeps growing. All ethical actions are equally needed to reach a critical mass of consciousness. And that’s what it’s all about, right?
We, as species, have many issues that are calling for an active engagement, a hands-on response, and a more ethical approach to life. So, if you feel they resonate within you, you might consider including these 7 tips for being a respectful traveller and a decent human being wherever you go in your travel or nomadic routine (ok, there are some sub-tips too, but come on, they aren’t that hard and have included lots of colours and pictures):