Travelling Green

Unventured is a way of life and really began with our love for travel and discovering places. One of the corner stones to the Unventured way of travel is a sustainable eco responsible way of travel. At Unventured we are learning the ropes of sustainable ways to travel and eco tourism initiatives that empower locals, helping them build sustainable lives and educate travellers about eco friendly practices that contain pollution caused by tourism.

The “Travelling Green” blog is a way for us to share our ideas and initiative in following a sustainable form of  travel and also to encourage fellow travellers to adopt these simple yet effective practices for a greener future and in the quest to leave no mark behind on the places we travel to. At Unventured we are committed to creating a better future for the world and want to impact and influence the lives of our future generation.

If you wish to share ideas to help us travel sustainably and responsibly please share with us your ideas and we’d love to implement them as part of our going green initiative. Just email us with your idea or entry: get@unventured.com

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The UN World Tourism Organisation declared 2017 as the year for SUSTAINABLE TOURISM marking the beginning of a 2030 vision for the tourism industry to move towards a more sustainable ways of travel. Sustainable travel means finding a way that tourism can be maintained long-term without harming natural and cultural environments. Sustainable travel should minimise...
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As an adventure travel company operating tours in remote regions that are off the beaten path, we are always faced with this concern for access to good hygienic facilities and clean drinking water. More often than not, the safest option for travel operators is to go sterile and travel with bottle water and with facilities...
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There is a vast difference between being a responsible traveller and a tourist. This disparity is a result of how a traveller passes through a place and celebrates it. While a tourist merely consumes a place off its resources, a traveller celebrates it. A responsible traveller is one that connects with their surroundings, seeking the...
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