Responsible travel looks like having a personal water bottle, shopping at small businesses, eating at local restaurants, respecting cultures, and protecting wild places. It’s finding ways to have a positive impact on the economy of a small town while learning from your experiences and adventures there. Responsible non-travel, in the time of COVID-19, looks quite similar: relying on yourself sustainably, finding ways to support local businesses, respecting local people, and protecting special spaces. It is safeguarding small communities by preserving their resources. It’s observing temporary guidelines to stay at home.Read More
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