In this, which is the second summer that we have experienced in an atypical way, in which all care and safety are necessary, holidays can be equally incredible and sustainable!

If you've already booked your vacation or are still deciding, don't forget to pack sustainability in your suitcase. We give you 5 ideas for sustainable holidays with the people you love most. Prepared? Let's go!

Sustainable holidays: yes, it’s possible!

Leaving the routine, whether to rest or to discover new places and cultures, is always synonymous with leaving home and changing some daily habits.

Sometimes it's difficult to think of more environmentally friendly alternatives these days when thinking about normal logistics is out of the question. That's why we leave you with these 5 ways to help you have a sustainable vacation.

Digital tickets: yes, please

If you are going to travel by plane, it is now possible to just show your digital ticket instead of having to print it: you avoid using paper unnecessarily.

Have your water bottle

In summer, hydration is even more important and if you have your reusable bottle, not only will you avoid buying disposable ones every day, but you will also save some money.

Choose reusable cutlery/bottles

If you usually make your own meals or snacks during the day, you can always choose to have a set of reusable cutlery, plates and bottles. You can use it on your sustainable vacation or in various everyday situations afterwards.

You can support local businesses

On these sustainable holidays you can visit new places and continue to support the region's trade with the products that are produced there versus those that are imported.

You can't forget your reusable shopping bag: it's inevitable to go to a store/supermarket to do some quick shopping or to buy some souvenirs. And you can continue to avoid plastic bags even on your vacation.

Choose sustainable tourism

We couldn't miss out on accommodation: there are already several eco-friendly accommodation options that you can choose from to rest and make the most of your days.

Author: Daniela Matos