Green Travel Consulting For Individuals: Green Your Next Trip, Hassle-Free
If you want your next trip to be easy on the environment (and on your wallet!), you’ve come to the right place. Green Travel Consulting – We help individuals and families plan their next green vacation. From finding hybrid rental cars to choosing a volunteer tour group or eco-tour, we will help you plan your green dream vacation every step of the way.
Going green doesn’t have to mean spending a fortune. Our services range from creating a customized list of recommended accommodations to mapping out an itinerary to helping you find the cheapest flights. So you can sit back, relax, and worry about the important parts of your vacation — experiencing your destination to the fullest extent.
Our fees are determined on a per-project basis, so we’ll help you as much – or as little – as you need us to. Plus, we offer free consultations to match your vacation needs with our services.
Green Travel Consulting For Businesses: Go Green & Reach Your Goals
If you’re looking for easy and affordable ways to green your travel business and reach a new demographic, look no further. If you want to to:
- reach new demographics
- tap into a market of loyal consumers
- create an eco-conscious image for your business
- stay ahead of the game (and your competitors)
then you’ve come to the right place.
We work with a range of businesses – from hotels, hostels, eco-lodges, and bed and breakfasts to voluntourism companies and corporations whose employees travel — to help them (and their customers) become more environmentally friendly. Going green doesn’t have to mean spending a fortune.
Our services range from creating a customized list of simple steps your business can take right now, to developing an extensive, long-term plan to help you reach your goals. Each business has unique needs, so our fees are determined on a per-project basis. We can help promote your business and show your customers your dedication to a greener future. We offer free consultations to match your company’s goals with our services.
Why Work With Us
You’ll work directly with the co-founders of Go Green Travel Green to develop a customized strategy for your business or your next trip. We’ve been avid travelers our whole lives and are committed to helping your company save money with eco-conscious initiatives. At Go Green Travel Green, we recognize that living off-the-grid and using earthworm composting toilets isn’t for everyone.
But we also love to travel and explore new destination, cultures, and foods. That’s why we focus on simple steps anyone can take to travel greener. Go Green Travel Green has been featured on Newsweek, Forbes, Los Angeles Times, MSN Money, National Geographic, PC World, and Lifehack. And we were named one of the London Times Top 100 Travel Websites for 2009 .
At Go Green Travel Green we write about green travel from a consumer’s perspective and our writing focuses on ways travelers can be more eco-conscious in their adventures. While our articles are written for the individual traveler we offer the following services for businesses in the travel industry.
Green Travel Services for the Travel Industry
- Consulting Services – To learn more about our consulting services, check out our Green Travel Consulting page. We may also begin offering an enewsletter and green travel business directory. If you are interested in either of these please submit your name and email in the form below. (You can also learn more about the possibility of these services here.)
Green Travel Articles
You may also be interested in some of the articles we have written about green travel. The Green Hotels page lists a wealth of information about green hotels. The 25 Days to Green Travel Series provides an introduction to green travel in a series format.
Organic Goes Corporate
Travelers, it’s 10 am. Do you know where your organic food is? Possibly on its way to your local grocery store from a corporate food processor. You might have been concerned when Clorox acquired Burt’s Bees last October. I know I was – somehow bleach and personal care products just don’t mix in my mind. But did you know that M&M Mars bought Seeds of Change, a company whose mission is to promote sustainable agriculture, over 10 years ago in 1997? Or that Coca-Cola owns Odwalla and Pepsi owns Naked Juice? The list goes on – Kraft lays claim to Boca Foods, Kellogg has dibs on Morning Star and Kashi. It seems like all of the major American corporations are jumping on the green bandwagon. Does it change how you feel about the food you buy from these companies?
image credit Phil Howard
I first saw this image, created by Associate Professor Phil Howard at Michigan State University, a year ago. His website has lot of other interesting charts and even a movie depicting how it all comes together.