Traveling is not just about scenic landscapes and unique experiences. It is also about maintaining health and wellbeing as we navigate new destinations.
Birdwatching, or birding, is an immensely popular pastime for nature enthusiasts worldwide.
Polar cruises have become an increasingly popular way to explore the breathtaking landscapes of Antarctica.
Tourism can indeed benefit nature and wildlife when practiced responsibly, and this is where the concept of sustainable travel comes into play.
Enjoying authentic and ethical animal tourism is essential for preserving natural habitats and supporting local communities.
There's something magical about observing dolphins and whales in their natural habitat, and as a responsible traveler
As the world's awareness of environmental concerns increases, the demand for eco-friendly travel options has never been higher.
As the world becomes increasingly conscious of the importance of sustainability, the travel industry is adapting to meet the demand for environmentally friendly experiences.
As the world becomes increasingly aware of the impact our actions have on the environment, it's no surprise that sustainable travel is growing in popularity.
UNESCO will launch the first-ever web platform dedicated to World Heritage and sustainable travel. Supported by the European Union, the platform features 34 selected World Heritage sites spread across 19 European Union countries, and it has been developed in collaboration with National Geographic.
Tourism is a major component of economic growth all over the world. Especially in coastal areas where it is also a for sustainable development. Tourism is expected to exert an increasing influence on coastal landscape, ecosystem and cultural heritage management.
As the leading international organization for tourism, the UNWTO plays a crucial role in promoting sustainable development, poverty reduction, and environmental conservation through tourism. The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Role and Focus include: