Travel Tales of Argentina
There is a difference between being a tourist and a traveler. A tourist will often engage in big-group tours, will buy souvenirs on big brands shops that don’t care much about the local economies, and probably will want to be just with the people he or she has traveled with.
None of these things has to do with being a traveler, and even less, a responsible one. Nowadays it’s almost a common habit to take care of the environment. Nature has recently shown us that we do not have much more time to start behaving with our planet. So we are currently familiarized with things like:
Practicing responsible traveling is, apart from doing all these things, more about the kind of choices we make each time we visited a news destination and culture.
First of all, if you are a responsible traveler, you’ll be very respectful of the monuments, the landscapes, and the culture that is hosting you. That’s to say, an educated human being.
Focusing on the places most people won’t regularly go, is a way not only to live a truly local experience but also a transformative adventure. What if you have visited that little fisherman village instead of going on a big boat tour? Or if you have asked your host where you can find the best local meal in town and mingle with true locals?
Start asking yourself these sorts of questions and you’ll soon realize that any journey can turn from just a vacation into a life experience. Again, it’s up to you! You’ll be having a responsible travel experience when:
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