This is Spicypress – Tour Guide Press

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Fundamentally, the business decisions that affect the tourism business are not unique and are about supply and demand.

Guides and agencies are mindful of improved added interest in eco-friendly hospitality and tourism and green attractions from customers. It’s hardly an innovative idea, the Journal of Sustainable Tourism was published over twenty-five years ago.

Responding to popular demand from interested people a good and engaging entry involving tourism and things to do has been edited just this past week or so.

This is Spicypress – Tour Guide Press:

SpicyPress Web Publishing & Community Networks Making History In much the same way Sparta’s King Leonidas and a small army of determined warriors stopped the advance of the massive Persian empire at the Battle of Thermopylae 2500 years ago, SpicyPress empowers small businesses and organizations to compete against much larger conglomerates & corporations. Let’s just hope we fare better than they did! “How Ideas Get Published” SpicyPress:  How Hot Can You Make It The basic idea behind SpicyPress Web Publishing and Community Networks is actually a simple, straight-forward approach to marketing: Share resources to reduce costs; Use proven technology and current best-practices; Connect and establish online…

Sustainable Tourism

The green hospitality and tourism industry can be challenging to browse through with tons of terms being tossed about. Whatever you prefer to call it the meaning is the exact same: diligent environmentally-friendly low-impact tours that embraces the qualities of places and people without the need to alter them excessively.

The saying green tourism was applied by researchers in a study that discussed the hospitality industry practice of placing green signs in rooms to welcome people to reuse towels. The study came to the conclusion that many places fundamentally made virtually no attempt to truly not waste resources or reduce waste; they simply wanted to look to be earth-friendly. Similar to the appearance of the demand for eco-tourism 20 years ago where operators just put the term ‘eco’ to their logos.

The challenges surrounding responsible tours and responsible journeys involve guests or operators and travel agencies.