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A slightly different travel guide that rethinks travel

Especially in times like these, it is advisable to reflect on your own travel behavior and perhaps even rethink it. And not despite the corona crisis, but precisely because of it. Because despite all its challenges, the crisis also offers a huge opportunity for all of us to learn to travel anew.

away from overtourism, Low-cost airlines, Plastic glut and crowded ports and towards one sustainable and fair tourismthat future generations will also benefit from.

Reflect on your own travel behavior and learn to travel anew

The newly published travel guide "The same in green“Provides everything you need to know about sustainable travel on a total of 224 pages. The manual manages without to-dos or must-see lists, neither lifts the index finger nor is it instructive.

We take a look in the travel guide. Same thing in green
Instead of a packing list, there is an unpacking list
The overtourism problem also affects Iceland

Behind the travel guide is the independent publisher "The Wanderlust Collective". The makers have been publishing the travel magazine “The Fernweh Collective” since 2016, delighting tens of thousands of readers. Environmentally conscious travel is also the focus of travel magazine. So it's no wonder that the creative collective's newest coup is a travel guide.

Essential basic knowledge and helpful tips

The first part of the book gives readers a quick introduction to many topics. Incidentally, this also includes some that might not be directly associated with tourism. The second part is primarily about travel planning, in which, in addition to essential basic knowledge, helpful tips are passed on that can be easily implemented.

A comprehensive travel guide that is also lovingly illustrated

“Same in Green” is not a scientific work, but a practical handbook for green travel that helps readers develop a feeling for sustainability. With indispensable basic knowledge and many useful tips, the author Elisaveta Schadrin-Esse encourages you to keep an eye on the topic more when you are out and about. At the same time, the travel guide is equipped with lovely illustrations by Dana Lungmuss and is simply pretty to look at. You quickly notice that a lot of heart and soul has gone into it. We think: A must for everyone who wants to be more conscious and fair on the road in the future!

"The same in green - environmentally friendly travel" was published in May 2020 by The Fernweh Collective Verlag. You can find the travel guide here Online Store order or from these selected dealers Kaufen.

Lisa helped set up the Good Travel Blog and will write for us as a freelance author in the future. She is passionate about traveling and dancing around the world with a small ecological footprint.


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