Choose to #ExploreResponsibly

Hashtag watch:#ExploreResponsibly! Kudos to Joshua Tree National Park (@JoshuaTreeNPS) for its campaign to #ExploreResponsibly –  the perfect hashtag for Earth Day month and to connect with responsible travel and the International Year of Sustainable Tourism. More info from Joshua Tree  online the National Park Service website. Embedded Tweets Join us in making the choice to #ExploreResponsibly!https://t.co/tVjOBSMlSe pic.twitter.com/X4xwPvNnNf — …

Travel. Enjoy. Respect. #iy2017

The United Nations General Assembly approved the adoption of 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development. How we make the most of #IY2017 depends on what we do and how well we collaborate. The resolution, adopted on December 4, 2015, recognizes “the importance of international tourism, and particularly of the designation of …

Bikes

Photo: Ron Mader, DTLV Bikes In the big picture, biking and cycling are the unsung twin powerhouses of responsible, sustainable, eco and fair and conscious … travel. In 2017 we celebrate the Sustainable Tourism for Development universe by asking readers, what are the good cycling experiences? How are locals benefiting from bike tours? What events …

Diné = Navajo

Photo: Navajo Weaving, Luchia’s Restaurant Planeta.com guide to Diné (Navajo) culture, language and travel tips for visitors. The Navajo Nation extends across Arizona, New Mexico and Utah, covering more than 27,000 square miles. Wiki More information about Diné culture on the Planeta Wiki Slideshare DineBizaad from ron mader

#TurismoPropone

Sunday, February 19 Ecuador holds its general election. In advance of the public vote, Ecuadoran tourism pros held their own twitterchat (tuitazzo) with proposals for advancing tourism. Hashtag: #turismopropone Highlights: Medición del turismo en tiempo real con herramientas tecnológicas y no después de 3 años (measurement of tourism in real time with technological tools and not …

Share the love during responsible travel week

#please #share #love A few dozen participants from around the world are sharing their love of responsible travel in an ongoing online conversation this week (February 13-19). 2017 is the ninth year for Responsible Travel Week and Planeta.com‘s 18th year of innovative conferencing. Participation is free and Pay What You Want (PWYW). Registration for Responsible Travel …

Responsible Travel Week Begins #rtweek17

Photo: Neerav Bhatt, Surry hills sydney streetart by mulgatheartist Responsible Travel Week begins. Welcome back for our annual rolling conversation. Registration is open throughout the conference – http://rtweek17.eventbrite.com. Hashtag: #rtweek17 Why have a Responsible Travel Week? Because most people who crave responsible travel, practice responsible travel, benefit from responsible travel — never use the words ‘responsible …

Las Vegas Hosts #RoutesAmericas

Twitter Moment⚡️ “#Routesamericas” #Routesamericas   Key Links Hashtag: #RoutesAmericas http://www.routesonline.com/events/183/routes-americas-2017 http://www.routesonline.com/news/29/breaking-news/271395/live-blog-routes-americas-2017 https://www.youtube.com/user/routesonline1 https://www.facebook.com/RoutesonlineUBM https://twitter.com/routesonline Live blog – Routes Americas 2017 Viva Las Vegas – Routes Americas lands in Las Vegas Vantage’s Jeremy Pennington outlines trends, growth and regulation for Americas PRESS RELEASE: Las Vegas seeks new flights with Routes Americas   Routes Americas 2017 – the …

Responsible Travel Week 2017 #rtweek17

Join us for Responsible Travel Week, February 13-19 and fall in love with responsible travel. 2017 is the ninth year for Responsible Travel Week and Planeta.com’s 18th year of innovative online conferencing. One of Planeta.com’s tentpole events, Responsible Travel Week manifests our commitment toward effective communication and collaboration. Registration is open. Participation is free and Pay …

What is responsible travel?

Registration is open for Responsible Travel Week! While marketing campaigns have long touted ‘destinations’ — travelers are simply entering a place that is someone else’s home. If those working in the tourist trade embrace the values we wish developed, then we can make a huge leap forward. The trick lies in listening to locals and …