As more of us focus on giving back, minimizing social/environmental harm, & increasing world understanding, responsible/ethical tourism is becoming a hot travel trends, & one with deep implications for our planet & its people.
Travel/hospitality companies taking a lead in environmental protection
As Daniel and Martha Everett and their two children enjoyed a trip to Florida's Walt Disney World, their focus was on entertainment and excitement rather than the environment. And when Barbara and Andy Allen checked into a Boston hotel, they wanted to fit as many sights as possible into their two-day visit. They gave little thought to how their stay might impact the ecosystem. But...read postRead more…
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Wow, just discovered Tripatini a couple of days ago, very glad to see this group. Needs more love though, only 27 members?! This should be integrated as major component to any social media network for travel... not just a small ad in
Hello everybody, we're honoured to join this group, and we hope to be able to work with you in making Responsible Travel more and more a reality.
We agree with the points you all made there regarding the definition of Responsible Travel. Like Thommen, we believe that the sustainable transformation it brings should be able to reach different aspects of the community, from the economy, culture and traditions, and environment, as well as politics, education, and others.
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We are a small intimate eco lodge located on the shores of Lake Elementaita Kenya which recently became a UNESCO world heritage site.
Our Lodge is suited for families, birders and nature lovers.
The sorrounding attractions/activities include.
- Visit to the Great Rift Valley Lakes - Lake Nakuru, Naivasha, Bogoria and Lake Baringo
-Early morning or Late evening dip at a hotsprings near the camp - a relaxing treat
-Game viewing at Lake Nakuru national park
-Visit to Kariandusi Prehistoric site discovered by Dr. Leakey
-Visit to Menengai Crater and Hyrax Hill prehistoric sites.
-Visit to Thompson Falls
-Hiking on the Oasis Trail - A thrilling 3-4 hr hike/climb with great views
-Biking Tours - Very nice biking trails around the camp - Please bring your bike
-bird watching along the shores of Lake Elementaita and the acacia forest
-Or you could just relax in the camp with a book or listen to the birds
We are looking for partners who would be interested in booking their clients in our facility.
For more info: email@example.com
Perhaps we should define Responsible Travel before we start the discussion. In it's simplest form, I think it has to:
1) Provides for conservation measures.
2) Includes meaningful community participation and
3) Is profitable and can sustain itself.