Responsible Travelling

Are you a responsible traveller?

Well, I am! Responsible travel is to respect a place and its inhabitants, in very simple terms. You do not have to make sacrifices like leaving travelling by air to be a responsible traveller. It simply means assessing our impact on the environment and local cultures and economies – and acting to make that impact as positive as possible.

Thats it! And that is not tough – trust me! I can help you to start you journey in becoming a Responsible traveller.

When you travel, remember that a foreign country is not designed to make you comfortable. It is designed to make its own people comfortable


What | Why | How | Be One!

What is responsible travelling?

Have you heard about the term ‘Responsible Travel’. Yes? No? Nevertheless, I am here to talk about the same and this is something that has been part of my each and every trip since long.


Why responsible travelling?

In 2018, economic data from the World Travel & Tourism Council indicates that travel and tourism accounted for a staggering 10.4% of global GDP and the tourism sector employed


How to become a responsible traveller?

Well, there are a lot of misconceptions out there about responsible travelling. People think it is something for which you will have to give up things which looks like an extreme or unrealistic effort


Back-bone of responsible travelling

Now as i have already mentioned in my last post, I believe in taking baby steps towards being a responsible traveller rather than just thinking and talking about the giant ones (like abandoning air travel)


If you reject the food, ignore the customs, fear the religion and avoid the people, you might better stay home


Be a tourist and not a burden.