When traveling around in Morocco, remaining eco-friendly is not always an easy and the most obvious solution. But don’t you be discouraged! Here are six green tips to follow, while exploring Morocco: All over the country, you can find exceptionally well-preserved natural resources, landscapes, and ancient architectural wonders. As it is one of the most […]Continue reading
There is so much more to Italy than it’s beachfront and its trendy big cities. Pollino National Park is the largest of its kind in Italy, covering 1,925 square kilometers. Here are 10 things you probably did not know about it: Home of several unique plants, animal species, not to mention the scenic and historic […]Continue reading
With the newly built Daintree Peaks Eco Stays operates from 2017 with the goal to be as eco-friendly as possible and have minimal impacts on the surroundings. Located North Queensland, surrounded by the World Heritage Listed Daintree Rainforest, it is undoubtedly a spectacular location. The amenities The 4 eco-chalets, each of them is 48 square […]Continue reading
Mule Malu is an organic, a quiet piece of paradise on the Bingin Clifftop, with a location that’s close to everything that Bali’s Uluwatu has to offer. Let’s discover this green heaven, interviewing Alessio, the ideator and owner. As I’m sitting at the cozy cafe of the Mule Malu Tropical Stay and I feel the exact […]Continue reading
The growing number of bulk stores around the world is helping people to coordinate waste management on their personal level. A small change in one’s everyday routine, but a massive step in the overall fight against plastic pollution. 40 % of the world’s plastic waste is coming from packaging, meaning that we contact the material once, […]Continue reading
What are those elements that you need for a wholesome, relaxing, and rejuvenating stay? Closeness to nature or inspiring surroundings? Maybe extraordinary food experience and amiability by the hosts? Just recently, we have visited Il Cannito. Experienced them all, and a lot more. The surroundings The eco-lodge, located on the hills of Capaccio, overlooking the […]Continue reading
The other side of paradise. Environmental problems Bali is facing, and what can you, as a sustainable traveler do about it?
While the tourism industry is boosting the Indonesian economy, solving the arising environmental issues proves to be challenging for the island of Bali. The diverse landscape with rivers and volcanoes and the flora and fauna make the island of Bali a proper destination for some adventure. The island has marvelous beaches for surfing, snorkeling or […]Continue reading
The island of Bali is becoming more and more popular. Luckily many of the locals and visitors are recognizing the need for taking actions and spreading awareness to conserve Bali’s uniqueness. By being an eco-traveler and getting inspired by the 10 following ideas, you can do it too! We have collected 10 itinerary ideas, that […]Continue reading
Changing our fashion habits. Is that the biggest personal move one can make for the sustainable future?
“Clothes have a story. If you wear something once, then throw it in the bin, it hasn’t had a story. You want to know there’s life in these things.” says Lauren Cowdery, a member of Leeds Community Clothes Exchange. Buying from the fast-growing supply of vintage and secondhand clothing, not keeping unnecessary items in your […]Continue reading
According to the investment bank, Lazard, switching to renewable energy sources could save the households in the US to spend more on electricity bills. Yet, most importantly, this would mean a positive impact on the planet. Let’s see how the US copes with the change and what other countries are on the way to run on 100% renewable […]Continue reading