Today, eco-travel is one of the many factors driving the green industry, an idea that is at once attractive and controversial. So what is eco-travel and why is it a hot topic of discussion?
Eco Travel is a way of making decisions based on the fact that economics and ecology take into account the decision-making process of where you are going, how you are going to get where you are going. . . And even what to do when you come. Understanding eco-life is based on the idea of minimizing our individual and collective human “footprint” or the impact we have on our actions on the environment. Let’s face it – every time you fly in a car or use other traditional modes of transportation, it can get you to where you are going fast, but the by-products have a negative impact on the environment.
The tourism industry spends a total of millions of dollars. From transport and shelter, to service and travel organizations, the hope is to reduce or offset the impact of their business on the environment, either because they are real ecosystems or as a way to compare themselves to the rapidly growing and highly popular by consensus. “We need to” and desperately need to take care of a planet we all share.
Some critics suggest an immediate and aggressive change in travel behavior, such as not traveling or staying home. But for many, it is an unrealistic solution to a broad and complex issue. Of course, thinking about such extreme shifts can lead to far fewer options across the spectrum … many that can be applied on a personal level, and some that can be shared with family and friends to help make the topic clearer.
According to the Natural Marketing Institute (NMI) և Silvercliffe Media, Inc. According to a 2005 industry report, Eco Travel represents $ 24.2B. Many countries depend solely on tourism for their economic survival. So where do we balance? For those who are not so ready for home adventure, but want to responsibly approach the journey. Here are some resources to help you on your journey.
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Great hospitality is something we all hope to complement in our travels, but when it comes to green space, it can be a difficult task, especially for chemically sensitive individuals or those who just want to get more used to nature. From cottages and small hotels to large hotels and resorts, the ecological resort has become a new necessity for travel.
Lapis Lane Guesthouse այթ Cottage, Whiteby WA
Lapis Lane Guesthouse և Whidbey Island Cabinet is owned by Elaine and Dimitri Mikaeli. The property is located on 6 hectares; It is private but easily accessible from Clinton ferry station. The lined sanctuary of the beautiful tree has been described as a “creative refuge” with two isolated, separate residences and galleries / meeting areas that can serve as a retreat for your soloist, a romantic getaway, a creative adventure or a small gathering. Lapis Lane Guesthouse is located on the west side of Widbay Island, which allows you to take photos of the beautiful mountains of the Olympic Mountains to the sound of Puccette.
“Enjoy an evening stroll through the woods along the beautiful old paths. See and hear flies and coyotes. During the day, bald eagles climb overhead.
Both the guest house and the cottage contain non-toxic, chemically free living areas, use of 100% cotton linen and recycling system. And you don’t have to leave your property to find a healthy product. Just a short walk from the guest house is an organic heritage garden that is kindly sought after by owner and landscape consultant Elaine Michaelidid, who welcomes her guests with new charitable vegetables upon arrival. Elaine has created her own garden, which provides products for her family and guests year after year. In addition to managing her husband Dimitri’s property, Elaine spreads her talents of earthly goodness throughout the island, providing expertise in organic heritage gardening and landscaping.
Lapis Lane’s guest house is equipped with a kitchen and pantry for convenience. To make your care easier, the guest house also has a beautifully lit sky-lit steam room with a jacuzzi bath. Feel your cries while you’re there, relaxing and staring at the starry night sky. High ceilings provide amazing acoustics and give a whole new meaning to “singing in the shower”. If it’s not so dreamy for you, pack one of the cotton swabs, or just melt it on one of the gorgeous feathers, and finally do it with a bright nose or an incredible night’s sleep.
When you’re ready to explore, take a few steps toward the park and find the work studio of Dimitri Mikaelidis, Elaine’s husband, the national glass artist. Mikaels, who uses the glass and energy saving methods in his work process to bring stability to practice, was one of 72 artists selected by Smithsonian to be included in the collection of the Permanent House of American Crafts. The guest house and cabinet are adorned with her beautiful work, which is distinguished by the use of bright colors to create vessels decorated with birds with exploding hands signed by her signature.
If you are successful, Dimitri may be forced to work. The grace, speed and patience with which he works to create his art is magical. . . amazing view.
Next time you are in Washington, DC, make sure you find the Lapis Lane Guesthouse. It’s a fun, relaxing, environmentally friendly way.
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Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge, Homer, AK:
Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge, located in Alaska, has been touted as one of the best green lodges in the United States by a number of reputable environmental organizations, including E-Environmental Environmental, Landscaping, Adventure Search, Green Hotels and Center. Alaskan coastal surveys to name a few. Sadie Cove is a private property surrounded by a park in the state of Bey, Kachemak. It is described as one of the top ten health resorts in North America by Natural Home magazine. : voted for one of Forbes Traveler’s “America’s Ten Best Green Hotels”. This green treasure is described as a sheltered oasis, a visitor’s adventure. Available only by water or by helicopter shortcut.
This green treasure is described as a sheltered oasis, a visitor’s adventure. Available only by water or by helicopter short trip. The lodge is located just north of the Tutka Sea, between the Halibut Cove in Seldovia, just 10 miles from the town of Homer in Alaska. :
The lodges were made in the mid-1970s from dense wood made by Sadie Cove Lodge owner or cameraman Keith Iverson. In the spirit of eco-economy, Sadi Kov is doing her part to leave a lighter footprint. The facility is completely out of the network, using wind and hydroelectric resources for its alternative energy. There is also a sauna, a bath and a family entertainment hall. Treat yourself to a professionally cooked dish in the dining room by the chef of the apartment. For people who want to see the beautiful landscape or just feel the tranquility of this retreat, kayaking or fishing are an option. The house provides you with all the necessary outfits for free.
A current advertising campaign is being held in the state of Alaska, “Alaska Before You Die.” It urges people to see Alaska before making progress.
If you’ve ever dreamed of touring this beautiful region, now may be the time.
Be sure to add Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge to your list of “must-try” eco adventures.
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