Sustainable tourism to restore the economy and slow down climate change Before the Covid-19 Crisis tourism received a lot of critic. Many people think that it isn’t sustainable and ethical to travel for fun, while our carbon footprint might cause the temperature on earth to rise with dangerous consequences. Especially flying as a leisure activity is heavily criticized. So what options does the environmentally concerned tourist have to enjoy a sustainable vacation? Is sustainable tourism possible, or is the only responsible action to restrict holidays to places that can be reached by foot, bike, or sailing boat? But what consequences will this have on our society? What if the overall benefits of tourism are bigger than the negative effects it
The best time to travel in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia Weather and climate zones in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia At Fairtravel4u we often get the question: “What is the best time of the year to travel to Peru, Bolivia or Ecuador?” However, to be able to answer this question correctly we need to know what type of holiday you’re looking for and where exactly you want to go? In general the raining season in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia is considered to run between December and May. But because of the extreme differences in altitude (between sea level and 6768 m at the top of the Huascarán Mountain) and geological differences in these countries, they consist of many different climate zones.
Hidden international banking fees How often has it happened to you that you made an international payment outside of the Euro Zone only to find out later that not all of your money arrived? Or suddenly at the end of the month you see some unknown fee on your bank receipt? It makes you wonder what went wrong. You know what your banking fees are, so it must be the fault of the bank which received the payment. Maybe the receiving bank is very expensive, or they just thought that you wouldn’t notice. But you did notice and now you’re wondering Sorry to bring it to you, but if this has happened to you it is actually your own bank
Tips and experiences from solo female travelers who traveled independenty in South America In an age where people stay single longer, it is only logical that there will be more solo travelers, however what surprised me over the years is that I met more solo female travelers than solo male travelers. Research even shows that more than two thirds of the solo travelers are women, which is in contradiction with commonly expected behavior. In general solo male travelers are admired for their bravery and adventurous personality, while solo female travelers are often met with false judgment, concerned tones, and raised eyebrows. Popular questions include: “Are you married? Why not? When are you going to settle down, have a family, stop
Friends and colleagues of Fairtravel4u + Helpful travel links in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and more! The full list with links to colleagues and friends of Fairtravel4u. Please let us know if you want to link your site to us and become part of our ever growing family! www.bibliotrek.be -> Your specialist in hiking and nature guides. Ultimate Descents -> Exploring Wild Himalayan Rivers! Borderlands -> Eco-Adventure Resorts in Nepal! Nature Treks -> for beautiful treks through the Himalayan Mountains Amazon Tours -> Tours into the Amazon Rainforest Amazone tours -> Tours naar de Amazone van Ecuador, Peru en Bolivia Norske.nl -> Hurtigruten, unieke cruise Noorse fjorden per postboot Bemytravelmuse -> Experiences from a solo female traveler Pacific Medical Training -> Useful information about travel insurances