Ecotravel to the Nordic countries
Throughout the Nordic countries, you will find outstanding natural beauty, with dramatic waterfalls, wide endless beaches, crystal clear fjords, majestic mountains, and spectacular glaciers.
The Nordic countries consist of a lot of stunning national parks and other protected areas, where you fill free to access and enjoy. In countries like Sweden and Norway, they created a law for free access right to nature.
The Nordic lifestyle
The people live along with the beautiful wilderness, and it is characteristic of the Nordics, focusing on preserving and caring for their nature as part of their lifestyle. The Nordic philosophy is quite simple. One's behaviour must reflect responsibility and respect for nature.
When travelling around the Nordic region, evidence about how to prevent and protect nature shows off easily. Nearly everywhere you find detailed signs about where to go, viewpoints, danger, trash, trails etc...
Nordic ecological consciousness
The knowledge of ecology and nature means a lot today, but so is the wear and tear on both the landscape and the people. The Nordics are known for their ecological consciousness. They are leaders in renewable and alternative energy production, ecological food production, green environment solutions, and for travellers seeking greener travel choices, you reach the right region. Ecotourism is defined as responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people.
Sustainable Nordic tourist destinations
Nearly nowhere else you will find more detailed certification, and green label programs for sustainable tourist destinations, eco hotels, restaurant, such as Nature's Best, Ecotourism Norway, Green Keys are there to help.
The United Nations designated The International Year of Sustainable Tourism and Development in 2017. The target was to put more focus on the contribution of sustainable tourism, to protect our nature and communities.
The future generations need to have the same unique options like to today, and it’s our job to make sure it’s still there when their turn comes.