Travel Weekly AU - Here's how to make 2019's biggest travel trends sustainable

Travel Weekly AU - Here's how to make 2019's biggest travel trends sustainable

It's that time of the year when the Top Travel Trends and Destinations for the New Year come flooding in.

ForbesConde Nast, Travel and Leisure and Lonely Planet are just a few who have already published what’s hot and trending for travellers in 2019.

So let’s take the trends and turn them into practical and easy sustainable travel options instead.

Because the world needs more travellers to be ethical, sustainable and reduce their carbon footprint on the planet.

According to Forbes, Turkey, Egypt and Morocco are now seeing growth from tourism and it seems locals are happy.

Smartraveller still has these countries marked as ‘exercise high degree of caution’ so if you are keen to visit, I suggest booking a spot on a tour with pioneering sustainable tour leaders G Adventures or Intrepid Group. Both endorse small group sizes of differing styles with an emphasis on always using local guides and influence.

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