1. Choose sustainable accommodations: Look for accommodations that have eco-friendly practices such as using renewable energy, reducing waste, and using non-toxic cleaning products.

2. Respect local culture: Learn about the local customs and traditions before arriving and respect the local people’s way of life, dress modestly, and ask permission before taking photos of individuals.

3. Travel light and reduce waste: Pack consciously, bring reusable items like a water bottle, cutlery, and cloth bags to reduce plastic waste.

4. Use eco-friendly transportation: Use public transportation, bikes, and walk wherever possible. When renting a car, look for fuel-efficient options or hybrid vehicles.

5. Choose responsible tour operators: Choose tour operators who are conscious of the environment and prioritize sustainable tourism activities.

6. Support local businesses: Eat at locally owned restaurants, buy souvenirs made by local artisans, and use local guides.

7. Respect wildlife: Avoid purchasing wildlife products, do not support activities that involve animal exploitation, and never feed, pet, or touch wild animals.

8. Reduce water usage: Conserve water by taking shorter showers, turning off the tap while brushing your teeth, and minimizing laundry requirements.

9. Conserve natural resources: Be mindful of energy consumption by turning off lights and air conditioning when leaving the room.

10. Leave no trace: Be responsible for your waste. Carry a reusable trash bag during your travel and pick up litter whenever you see it.