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Ethical Tourism

10 useful websites for green travel

Want to be a more ethical traveller but not sure how? There’s a plethora of sites on the internet to help you go green, here’s a few of our favourites – some inspirational, some more practical.

Terracurve: news & research tool to educate yourself on your travel choices – http://www.terracurve.com/

Go Green Travel Green: source for green travel tips and news – http://gogreentravelgreen.com/

Green Travel at The Guardian: eco-travel articles, news and reviews – http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/green

Responsible Travel: for booking sustainable tours and trips – http://www.responsibletravel.com/

Tourism Concern: a voice for ethical tourism – http://www.tourismconcern.org.uk/

Stuff Your Rucksack: find out what charities at your destination might need – http://stuffyourrucksack.wordpress.com/

Ethical Traveller: thoughtful articles and ethical travel news – http://www.ethicaltraveler.org/

Eco Hotels of the World: guide to eco-accommodation – http://www.ecohotelsoftheworld.com/

Eco Travelling: articles offering help & advice for green travel – http://www.ecotravelling.co.uk/

Seat 61: indispensable guide to train travel worldwide – http://www.seat61.com/


About Itchy Feet Magazine

Itchy Feet Magazine is an online travel magazine for independent and adventurous travellers. Our aims are to champion sustainable travel, provide a platform for new journalistic talent and last but not least provide a fresh and inspirational e-magazine covering all corners of the globe, from hidden gems to well-trodden paths.


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