For those who don’t know where Nha Trang is or why we bring it a particular interest, well you need to know that as per Wikipedia: “Nha Trang is well-known for its beaches and scuba diving and has developed into a popular destination for international tourists, attracting large numbers of backpackers, as well as more affluent travelers on the south-east Asia circuit; it is already very popular with Vietnamese tourists, with Nha Trang Bay widely considered as among the world’s most beautiful bays”
When we go on holidays, there are some essential accessories and gadgets to have in every travel pack. Cameras, chargers, toiletries, tablet, computers..etc. We always go on holidays with objects that are supposed to ease our trip and add a little comfort to it.
January 2016, Denis surprised me with a trip to Brazil (I have the best boyfriend ever ). For a long time we aspired to travel to Rio and finally here we go! We didn’t have much time to prepare, but we did our best to combine ecology and tourism. The program was divided in 4 parts, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Chapada Diamantina and Praia Da forte.
Brazil, the country of samba, carnival, flip-flops and football is also the country with the richest biodiversity in the world.16 times the size of France and 1.15 time the size of the US if you exclude Alaska. Its dimensions and complexity, both marine and terrestrial, mean that it may never be completely described.
What will people choose for their 2016 holidays? What is trendy in 2016? At GreenPick, we looked up for the latest trends to how those would change tourism in the future. Travel trends evolve as travellers seek increasingly for new experiences.
Christmas can be a stressful moment. We feel like we all need a holiday after that. The GreenPick has thought it could be a great way to relax by giving you a list of great green destinations where you could go for a deserved break!
The world being turned towards Paris these days (# COP21), I thought it could be interesting to look at tourism figures per country as they should all try to find localized solutions for a greener development.
Yesterday, 785.000 of us marched for the climate worldwide. The largest climate mobilization in history. It was about time…. And I regret that no more people joined, because at the end of the day, this climate change will impact all of us, and not just globally, also individually.