Colombia Travel Guide for Millennials

Author: Ryan Aldridge




Page: 74

View: 880

Experience Colombia like never before with a travel guide tailored for the adventurous! From the tropical coast of the Caribbean and awe-inspiring jungles to the bustling streets of Medellin, Cartagena and Bogota, this brilliant travel guide explores how you can have the vacation of a lifetime. Showcasing the natural beauty, rich culture, and incredible experiences that this South American gem has to offer, you'll discover the top recommendations for where to go, where to stay, how to keep safe, and even the best things to do! Whether you dream of venturing into the wilderness and getting in touch with nature, or if you want to sample the vibrant culture and food while glimpsing into the daily lives of its people, this travel guide is specially-tailored for the adventurous, the daring, and anyone looking for a unique holiday off the beaten track. Inside, you'll find the cheapest ways to get to Colombia, as well as where to book your trip and tour. Plus, with an all-in-one summary of what to pack, where to eat, and a selection of the most beautiful and rewarding tourist destinations, this handbook is a simple read that will turn an 'ok' trip into a vacation you'll talk about for years! So don't put off your dream holiday any longer. Buy now to begin discovering Colombia today!
Business & Economics

Sustainable Tourism on a Finite Planet

Author: Megan Epler Wood

Publisher: Taylor & Francis


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

View: 269

This book helps all those involved in international tourism develop the new skills, tools and investments required to protect irreplaceable global resources from the impacts of escalating tourism demand over the next 50 years. It documents how technology and the growing global middle class are driving a travel revolution which requires a new paradigm in managing tourism destinations. Travel and tourism supply chains and business models for hotels, tour operators, cruise lines, airlines and airports are analysed and environmental management techniques are proposed for each sector. A pragmatic set of solutions are offered to support the transition to lower impact tourism development worldwide. It recommends that decision makers assess the current and future value of natural, social, and cultural capital to guide investment in destinations and protect vital resources. Case studies illustrate why budgets to protect local destinations are consistently underestimated and offer guidance on new metrics. Innovative approaches are proposed to support the transition to green infrastructure, protect incomparable landscapes, and engage local people in the monitoring of vital indicators to protect local resources. It provides students, professionals, and policy makers with far-reaching recommendations for new educational programs, professional expertise, financing, and legal frameworks to lower tourism’s rapidly escalating carbon impacts and protect the health and well-being of local populations, ecosystems, cultures, and monuments worldwide.??
Social Science

End of the Road

Author: Riggs, William

Publisher: Policy Press


Category: Social Science

Page: 212

View: 208

Since the earliest days of civilization, streets have played an important role in shaping society – but what is a street? Is it a living ecosystem, a public space, a social space, an economic space or a combination of these? The focus on automotive travel over the past century has changed the role of streets in cities. This has degraded the quality of urban life and contributed to public health issues. This book offers a unique look at streets as locations that can evolve to support the economic, social, cultural and natural aspects of cities. Using modern urban design examples, it challenges readers to focus not only on the livability and travel benefits of roads, but on how the power of streets can be harnessed. In so doing, it shapes more dynamic spaces for walking, biking and living, and aims to stimulate urban vitality and community regeneration, encouraging policymakers and individuals to make changes in their own communities.