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We hear more and more about "responsible tourism", which consists of travelling while having a positive impact on local populations and minimising the impact on the environment. Simple gestures help to preserve the planet and help the economy of one's country. Start by travelling on your own territory! Here are all the good reasons to travel local :

Travelling nearby

By reducing our travel, we are also limiting our carbon footprint and reducing the influx that can occur at some major tourist sites. In addition, by travelling less far, we can avoid jet lag and transportation problems that waste precious time.  This is an opportunity to save money with shorter trips, by carpooling or by train, for example.

Eating local

Eating on site will reduce your environmental impact and will be ideal for a beautiful regional cultural immersion. It avoids imported products. Don't hesitate to browse the markets if there are any and taste the dishes in small typical restaurants. Eat local and seasonal! You will help local restaurants and producers to continue their production.

Consume locally

Consuming local helps the economy. Especially since with the COVID-19 crisis, the travel industry has been heavily impacted with more than 90% of the world's population confined to their country with border closures. Local businesses and hoteliers are now relying on tourists from their home countries, so now is the time to discover the beautiful, typical and culturally and historically rich regions!

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