The Sustainable Travel Handbook

Author(s): Lonely Planet

Travel | November Non-fiction

This practical and inspiring guide, the latest in our popular Handbook series, motivates travellers to take a responsible approach to the impact of travelling. Whether you're looking to reduce your carbon emissions, enjoy more a responsible wildlife-watching experience, harness culinary tourism for good or enjoy an eco-friendly city break, this guide has got you covered.Packed with easily-digestible advice compiled by a sustainable travel expert, eco-conscious travellers will be introduced to a wide variety of destinations offering culture, wildlife, luxury, adventure, wellness and much more, as well as subjects such as the development of electric transport, how to reduce your plastic waste and the best ways to visit explore sacred indigenous culture respectfully. With top five and top ten lists discussing the best places to hike, volunteer, scuba dive and snorkel responsibly, as well as where to enjoy sustainable safaris, family trips and the best ways to give back when you travel, no stone is left unturned in this 168-page guide to ethical tourism. Destinations discussed include relatively off-the-map regions of the world, including Guyana, Palau and Siargao in the Philippines, as well as more well-known places, such as Costa Rica, Uruguay and Jordan.


Product Information

General Fields

  • : 9781788689472
  • : Lonely Planet Publications
  • : Lonely Planet Publications
  • : November 2020
  • : .51 Inches X 6.5 Inches X 8.27 Inches
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Lonely Planet
  • : Paperback
  • : English
  • : 910.202
  • : 160