Regenerative tourism continues to get bigger and holds higher priority in the travel world, as sustainability stays top of mind. But as the emphasis shifts towards not just sustaining but improving the places we love, it’s always great to get more ideas for how to travel more regeneratively. Draw some inspiration from these travel blogs, and start planning your next regenerative trip.
Flinders Island in Tasmania, Australia, has committed to promoting regenerative tourism on this island in the Furneaux Islands group in the Bass Strait. You don’t have to plan to travel to this unique and remote spot in order to take inspiration from their blog, which dives into regenerative travel, stewardship, and community.
Learn more about regenerative tourism, engage with destinations around the world and how they’re building sustainability into their tourism practices on “GT." Take a look at the sustainability pros and cons of cruise ships, dive into the differences between sustainability and regenerative, and see what destinations are doing to manage tourism while thinking eco.
Marta Mills, a sustainability specialist with plenty of other feathers in her eco-friendly cap, is the voice behind One Planet Blog. You’ll find a mix of personal blog posts and professional articles that delve into sustainability, particularly focusing on the country of Georgia. As a sustainable tourism consultant, Mills can see the realities of no planet B, and though the content on this site hasn’t been updated much recently, you can still enjoy her voice and perspective.
GOOD Travel is an organization offering intentionally crafted group trips with the goal of promoting and facilitating travel that gives back to the local community, economy and environment (it’s hard not to love a strong mission statement like this). On their blog, find a global travel perspective that considers the greater good, takes a look at tourism and human rights, and asks the hard questions about tourism’s role in our world.
The flight search engine that Fly.Green provides gives travelers a way to book a flight and reduce their climate footprint at the same time. And the Fly.Green blog has a deep well of info and information that can serve any traveler looking to set up a more regenerative trip. Take a deep dive into ecotourism, learn about CO₂ compensation, and learn about sustainability around the world.
You don’t need to go far to let regenerative tourism soak into your travel plans. We might be biased, but the Starry Night Blog is a great stop for thoughts on making tourism more friendly to local communities and the environment. The Starry Night Blog aims to invite visitors to Big Sky Country and the Garden Isle with local opportunities to give back.
Take a deep dive into past Starry Night posts, and find out more about Leave No Trace, wildlife viewing on Kauai that supports animal safety, the challenges of wildlife management in Montana, and the good we can do by embracing Mālama Hawaii.