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  • McGuire Melendez posted an update 3 months, 1 week ago

    No matter what you are doing inside your destination of choice, kayaking, trekking, volunteering, paragliding or perhaps relaxing and sightseeing; There are several issues that we can all caused by avoid causing offence or harming the environment. Remember, your actions count. Listed here are up top tips to help you a more ethical traveler!!

    • Understand and respect local cultures, traditions and holy places. You’d be mortified to consentrate you had offended anyone when you turn up so it’s worth knowing some of the local cultures. For instance in Nepal, it’s rude to shake hands, exchange money or eat utilizing your left (since this is your dirty hand), it’s also frowned upon to touch children at the top of their heads and you should always take off your shoes before entering a monastery.

    • Buy locally – In order to purchase own food or get some good snacks, get free from the large western supermarket and purchase right out the market. It’s the same produce and you will be helping small enterprises survive. You’ll more than likely get yourself a better price and also you have the fun of wandering around the markets and meeting locals.

    • Ditch the plastic- Many countries will not have recycling facilities and if your drinking 3 litres each day for two weeks what a whopping 84 bottles which will finish up in a landfill somewhere. Bring (or buy) a refillable water bottle and use it whenever you can. In Nepal, many shops have clean drinking water that you can get from your jar for 10 rupees a litre (half the price tag on getting a plastic bottle)

    • Ask prior to taking a photo- It is common curtsey. You don’t need someone choosing a photo people carrying out your mood to day business, so ask. They may say yes they will often say no. Should they do decline, thank you and leave. A lot of people don’t mind. However it is always nice must first.

    • Carefully think about the souvenirs you buy- Ensure that the stuff you buy have a very legal and documented history and that they can aren’t stolen and they are safe to become exported. Its also wise to you should always be not supporting activities that damage the surroundings or are caused by criminal activity. Be certain that you’re not buying a souvenir made out of ivory, endangered hard woods, ancient artefacts or endangered animals.

    • Respect the environment- Our definitive goal is to ‘leave no trace’. As soon as your trekking, stick to the paths, don’t pick any flowers or damage any trees. Should your camping out, consider carefully where you will put your campfire in support of use drift wood so as not to encourage de-forestation.

    • Select a Responsible Local travel agency – When organising your journey, be sure to book your tour, package or activity which has a responsible local travel agent.

    • Study a little language and obtain involved! – Commence with ‘hello’ and ‘thank you’. In Nepali ‘Namaste’ and ‘Dhanybhad’. It makes a world of difference and individuals really enjoy it.

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