You do not need to buy a whole new holiday wardrobe each time you go for a trip. Plan what you are going to wear and surely you will find most of these items already hanging in your closet.
Choose your hotel wisely
Book a hotel that offers hospitality experiences in a sustainable manner reducing carbon footprint, protecting water resources, preserving natural resources etc.
Book your flight consciously
Choose an airline that is working to improve its eco credentials by reducing fuel usage and adjusting wingtip design to reduce noise and increase efficiency. Remember that direct flights minimise the excess emissions caused by landing and take- off.
Remember to take your stainless-steel bottle with you to avoid buying plastic bottles and try using as less plastic as possible. Use the designated recycling bins for glass, paper, plastic, batteries, electronic equipment etc.
Respect the animals
When visiting natural parks, avoid feeding the wildlife, do not litter and support tourism that does not exploit animals or uses them as entertainment.
Support the local enterprises and the people of the destination you are visiting, shop your souvenirs from small stores and eat in small restaurants. This will help protecting the local culture, customs and traditions, enhancing their spiritual, social and cultural advancement and ensuring their overall prosperity.