Tips for Being “Eco-Friendly Traveler”

Being eco-friendly traveler aka eco-friendly tourists who will provide good experience and fun, why? Because in addition we can still enjoy a tourist attraction visited, we also will not feel guilty about the damage that we caused. Conversely, by being eco-friendly traveler, we leave a positive impression of the attractions we visit.

Many people consider to be eco-friendly traveler is a difficult thing, but in reality it’s not true. Being eco-friendly traveler, it is easy. Then, how to be eco-friendly traveler, here are tips for being “eco-friendly traveler”!

Store and collect garbage

If while traveling you want to take out the garbage but no bins available, then just save it once in the car, inside the bag, or your pocket. Do not throw litter. Your arrival at the hotel or other places such as fueling stations for the public, then you collect the rubbish and throw it into the trash.

Do not pick or damage plants

Flowers are blooming did look tempting to be picked. However, this will only damage the environment. Do not pick much less to damage the plants that you encounter when traveling. Leave as is.

Not disturb the habitat of animals, let alone kill

Often when traveling even trivial actions can kill animals. For example, while on vacation at the beach, tourists like to take the shells that hide in the sand. Many of these shells are actually still alive and to bring him home will only make them die.

Avoid excessive use of gasoline

Try to travel using public transportation. In addition to not contribute to air pollution, you also can feel the adventure. Another alternative is to rent a bike.

Turn off unnecessary electronic equipment

Many hotel guests who often forget this one. Television, air conditioning, and lights are not turned off, whereas the empty room. Therefore, before you exit the hotel room, remember to turn off the electronic equipment.

Do not buy souvenirs from endangered animals or plants

In some tourist areas, there’s also a souvenir of rare animals or plants. For example, a souvenir from elephant ivory. It is commonly found in Indonesia is a perennial flower edelweiss or which is protected plants, but instead often used as a souvenir.
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