The Rise of Eco-Friendly Travel: Sustainable Summer Destinations

Eco-friendly travel is a growing trend that has great benefits. Nurses deserve to explore eco-friendly travel this summer. Keep reading this blog post to discover sustainable summer destinations.

Travel can be a course for good. Eco-friendly travel, also known as sustainable travel, presents ample opportunity to preserve the planet and support local communities. Eco-friendly travel considers the impact of travel on the planet and local communities. It minimises negative impacts and enhances positive ones on the environment. Issues such as overcrowding, damage to natural habitats, and exploitation of local communities are considered. 

5 Sustainable Summer Destinations for Nurses

Eco-friendly travel focuses on how we interact with the environment and the destination. Some countries prioritise sustainability, which nurses can explore this summer. Here are six sustainable summer destinations that nurses can visit this season.


Costa Rica houses many protected areas with different wildlife species and plants. The country has a goal to become the world's first carbon-neutral country. Coffee is Costa Rica's largest export. They plan to develop a process to trap gas from decomposing coffee waste to power combustion engines. Most of Costa Rica's electricity is from renewable resources. There are many eco-conscious hotels in Costa Rica. There are great restaurants that source ingredients from local farmers, too. Nurses can visit Costa Rica to experience the sustainability efforts and support the local communities.

The Bahamas 

Several Bahamas properties are now taking proactive measures to protect the environment. Andros Island and Kamalame Cay encourage tourists to eat lionfish, an invasive species that prey on indigenous fish and disrupts the ecosystem. Some resorts are well-vetted to minimise pollution. Tiamo Resorts reserves all its human resources for locals to support the community. The Bahamas is a dream summer travel destination with great sustainability efforts.

Galapagos Island, Ecuador

Summer travel to the Galapagos Islands is on many people's bucket list. People who care about environmental conservation enjoy travelling to the Galapagos Islands. Nurses can have fun while exploring eco-friendly travel on Galapagos Island. The Island is home to many species of plants and animals not found elsewhere. Usually, the number of tourists to the island is restricted. Therefore, you should plan your summer travel to Galapagos Island early. Galapagos Island also reduces waste and prevents electricity overuse.

New Zealand 

New Zealand is a beautiful place with landscapes of forests, fjords, beaches, and perfect mountains. It is an eco-friendly destination with many protected areas, including the Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park and the Wai-O-Tapu Geothermal Reserve. New Zealand is a fantastic eco-friendly travel destination with jaw-dropping landscapes to relish.


Norway is a well-known champion for environmental sustainability. The country harnesses geothermal energy for heating. There are lots of eco-friendly hotels to reside at in Norway. Fjords in Norway are great sites to explore. You can contribute to the local community by taking trains instead of driving a car. It would help if you also spent ample time outdoors doing recreational activities. Norway is a beautiful place. Nurses can have great memories there while maximizing eco-friendly travel.


Nurses can plan a summer vacation to Iceland to explore ecotourism. Iceland is a beautiful place with glaciers, hot springs, waterfalls, and other fascinating landscapes. The country harnesses geothermal and hydro energy for electricity. Iceland is a model for the rest of the world. You can experience the beauty of Iceland while you learn about the eco-friendly lifestyle of the local community.


Eco-friendly travel helps to preserve the planet. It also has a personal positive impact on travellers. It helps to develop new perspectives and connect better with the world. Nurses can have fun and relax while positively impacting themselves and the planet by exploring eco-friendly travel. This blog post has presented you with six sustainable summer destinations. For more tips like this, visit our blog for nurses.

June 28, 2024

Natasha Osei

Passionate Nurse Practitioner | People person
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