The Green Travel Guide is the travel guide for the future. It tells us how to travel without destroying the very places we want to visit.Written by Greg Neale, environment correspondent for The Sunday Telegraph, it is packed with practical advice for travellers. The second edition includes a whole new section on how to take different kinds of activity holidays, from wildlife watching and conservation to heritage, sports and back-to-the-land holidays. For each of them, detailed tips are given on how to minimise the environmental damage and the social disruption that travel and tourism so often bring. The guide to each area of the world and the listings of award-winning organisations and useful contacts have all been expanded and brought up to date.Jet-skiing. The UK is traditionally an island nation, with a history of famous navigators. In this century, popular interest in a#39;messing about in boatsa#39; has increased - the annual London Boat Show draws thousands of would-be sailors each year.
|Title||:||The Green Travel Guide|
|Author||:||Greg Neale, Trish Nicholson|
|Publisher||:||Earthscan - 1999|