ROME (ITALPRESS) – The island of Ireland has a lot of potential for an exciting vacation, while at the same time being a great city to miss the nature, go to the natural beaches and mountains or visit the earth.
Sustainable travel on land with “forty shades of green” is becoming more and more popular, as well as the commitment to protect one of the most beautiful regions in the world from a natural perspective.
For those planning a trip, the best way to limit the influence of Irish nature is to explore the lesser known places in the country and take into account not only the high season. Priority is also given to the many destinations that emphasize sustainable travel practices, eco-friendliness and eco-friendly accommodation. Once you reach your destination, a good practice is to look for locally sourced food and green activities such as hiking, cycling, surfing, swimming, sailing and more.
Say no to plastic, reduce waste, save water, and “do not give up” sustainable initiatives are part of the current tourist climate on the island of Ireland, and one of the country’s leading companies has portrayed tourism as sustainable. The Buran Ecotourism Network encourages people to responsibly dispose of their waste while visiting the famous cliffs of Mohair and UNESCO’s Buran Geopark, one of the best eco – friendly centers on the Wild Atlantic Way.
The network, named Lonely Planet’s Best Community Tourism Project 2021, has also launched the “Bring Your Trash Home – Campaign” campaign, one of several environmental initiatives aimed at protecting Ireland’s western environment. It is free from waste.
Carbon-conscious travelers who want to enjoy the beauty of these places can rely on amenities such as the Falls Hotel and Spa in County Clare: thanks to numerous projects for waste reduction and innovative use, Green Energy has, in fact, achieved the status of a “carbon neutral” journey from Ireland without a “start” to a “step” Gives.
Many other locations across the country offer excellent sustainable accommodation, and can be booked as ‘a meadow bedroom’ at the Nair Valley Eco Camp in County Waterford; Luxury Salt House in County Antrim, or the beautiful Break House in County Donegal.
One way to make sure they are friends with the Irish ecosystem is to seek out realities related to sustainable tourism, such as Vagabond Tours, which specialize in creating suggestions for small groups: the Ring of Kerry, a series of shattered tracks of ancient castles and islands, for responsible and unavoidable Irish experiences, developed only by them. There are also special, private and sustainable holidays that focus on trekking and hiking, as well as responsible accommodation for Northern Ireland associated with zero environmental impact, for example, an operator such as Inside Trek.
After becoming aware of the reduction in carbon dioxide emissions, it will be even more comforting to return home to experience a new way of appreciating the island of Ireland and a greater connection to the earth.
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