Help make travel a force of good by thinking before you act while abroad. Is that selfie with an exploited wild animal really worth it? Is the local economy benefitting from tourism? Is this activity harming the natural environment? These are all important questions to ask while visiting a new place.
The Uprooted Rose Sustainable Travel Blog
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Traveling isn’t a very eco-friendly activity and most of the stuff we pack in our suitcases has a harmful effect on the environment - whether its wrapped in plastic, one-time use, full of damaging chemicals, or energy draining
As my last stop in Patagonia, I was thrilled to finally find affordable access to nature that totally exceeded my expectations. Check out these beautiful hikes in the Bariloche area that are 100% free and absolutely worthwhile.
Want to learn more about the sustainable and ethical travel revolution? Start following these blogs to educate yourself about how you can minimize your impact on the planet while maximizing the quality of your adventures abroad.
Hidden below the canopy of the Atlantic Forest is a small waterfall known as Cachoeira da Solidão, which means Lonely Waterfall in English. Cachoeira da Solidão is beautiful and offers hikers the opportunity to enjoy the serenity of the forest while bathing in a natural freshwater pool below the fall.
Many of us tend to overlook the negative impact of traveling on the environment. Scientists and activists around the world are speaking out about the detrimental repercussions of long distance travel on our planet. Follow these five simple steps to become a more eco-friendly traveler.
Heads up explorers, travel isn't as sustainable as you may think. Follow these easy tips to help you decrease your carbon footprint on your next trip! From drinking locally brewed beer to packing a small suitcase, we have the top environmentally friendly travel tips that will change the way you vacation this holiday season.