Traveling sustainably doesn’t have to be hard. Naya Traveler, an experiential and culturally immersive travel provider, offered a few ways to travel more sustainably, easily.
Try to plan a trip that will reduce any unnecessary carbon emissions. Conscious travel is sustainable travel.
The less you pack, the smaller your carbon footprint. If everyone packs as lightly as possible, we can make a big difference in reducing carbon emissions.
Reduce, reuse, recycle. The three ‘r’s apply just as much while you travel as they do at home. Reduce the amount of throw-away plastic you use. Reuse what you can (like any plastic bags you might accumulate during your journey) and recycle when it’s an option.
Choose Providers Carefully
Choose to stay with a sustainable boutique property. Then, while at that property, be conscious of your decisions (turn off the lights when you leave your room!). Likewise, try to find an airline working to reduce its carbon footprint as much as possible.
Don’t feel like you have to consume as much as possible, go as much as possible and do as much as possible while traveling. Make your travel count more by slowing down and enjoying the journey.
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