Three Essential Next Steps to be an Effective Sustainable Traveller

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  1. Amy says:

    A really great, thought-provoking article. I’m always looking for ways to travel more ethically and responsibly, so these are great suggestions. I love the way you drank the rain water, it reminds me of in Nepal, when we trekked to Everest Base Camp drinking boiled water from the tea houses rather than bottled water which has to be carried by hand into the mountains and the bottles are left there as rubbish, polluting the very environment we’ve travelled thousands of miles to see.

    • Teja says:

      I’m just about to go to Nepal! I’m trying out travel with a portable water filter for the first time. Hope it works out :p
      I wrote this series having in mind travellers who have yet to really cross the threshold to sustainable travelling, or are struggling to stay on it. So if you travel with others who are like that, do share and see if you can make it easier by focusing on these mental habits which I feel are precursors to the motivation to be sustainable.