These Green Tourism Canada Gold accommodations are leading the way to help you enjoy a greener travel experience. Now is the perfect time to book your stay with an incredible, forward-thinking Canadian green hotel, inn, campground, B&B, lodge, resort, spa,... Read More >
While there are many ways your tourism businesses can reduce your carbon footprint within your operations, one of the biggest opportunities by far is related to transportation. As guests travel to your destination, as they enjoy their experiences, and even... Read More >
As more consumers become environmentally conscious, many businesses are discovering the benefits of going green. The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association is working hard to help businesses in the region improve their environmental impact to attract these consumers.
But long before this was... Read More >
The best part about summer is taking a vacation away from your every day life to explore new places, experience new cultures and to relax and unwind. No matter where you go, or which activities or accommodations you choose, it’s... Read More >
Vancouver Island is an outdoor playground, attracting adventure seekers, extreme athletes and wilderness lovers from around the world. Vancouver Island is the largest island in North America, and continues to retain the prestigious and long-time status as the Best Island... Read More >
Whether by bus, car, plane or train, people are always gearing up for their next travelling adventure. Where will they go? What will they see? What informs their travelling decisions? Reports and surveys show that people are taking the greener... Read More >
Written by Harrison Collett, Landsea Tours & Adventures, Green Tourism Silver Member
How can a tour company be environmentally friendly? That’s a question asked around the Landsea Tours office everyday.
Vancouver is at an interesting crossroads in its history. The city is striving... Read More >
Travellers in BC have the chance to win a BC Travel Package valued at $500 by entering a simple 5 questions survey online about green tourism.
Green Tourism, the world's leading sustainable tourism certification program, has been working with tourism companies... Read More >
How does an island with the population of 10,000 have the highest number of electric cars per capita in Canada? The national average is 0.01%, and Salt Spring Island, BC has nearly 5%, with 49 electric car owners, and that... Read More >
Written by Lindsay Eason for the Innovation Edition of Orchard and Vine Magazine - Release July 10
Where is the tourism industry headed in the Thompson Okanagan? Imagine seeing electric cars and vans dominating the roads as they transport people and... Read More >
Does it matter how your guests arrive? They made it to your location, they are enjoying their experience, so why should it matter? In the end, guests will still enjoy what you offer, but what if there were a few things you could... Read More >
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