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Hypermiling – Extreme Guide Tips to Increase Your Miles Per Gallon

Updated: May 21st, 2020Learn all about hypermiling with this extreme guide. We are taking advantage of a long holiday weekend by hitting the road. Our plan is to drive to New York from our home base in Washington, D.C. With gas prices still so high, I’m especially eager to do whatever I can to improve my gas mileage for the drive up to New York (we’re driving instead of $1 busing because we’re taking our … Read more

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Best Eco Apps for Responsible Travelers – Go Green Travel

Updated: February 14th, 2020Best Eco Apps – While it is important to travel, it is equally important to respect the environment. According to Responsible Center for Travel, there´s an increasing number of companies that want to help travelers to minimize as much as possible their impact on the destinations they are visiting. But…Have you asked yourself what can you do as an individual to contribute to sustainable tourism? Have a look at these top eco … Read more

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Recycling Facts for Kids and its Significance

Updated: February 14th, 2020Some fun recycling facts for kids can comprehensively describe the growing need and importance of recycling. The younger generation needs to understand the significance of saving and protecting their environment, their home, their planet. One can only hope they do a better job than ‘us grown adults’ in taking things more seriously while growing up. It’s also about What is Going Green Recycling Facts for Kids, its Significance and What You Can … Read more

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8 Reasons Why Beach Volleyball Is Great Fun for Perfect Holiday

Updated: February 14th, 2020Beach volleyball is always a lot of fun, no matter what age group you are and how well you can actually play the sport. It can be played throughout the year, and besides having so much fun playing the game, volleyball has so many other benefits as well, thus making the sport perfect for your holiday. Make sure you are wearing the best protection Travel Hats Sun Hats, Wide Brim, Crushable, Tilley, … Read more

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Travel Green On Your Next Vacation to Reduce Impact

Updated: June 20th, 2020Travel Green – When you go on vacation, you obviously want to reduce your environmental impact while you travel green on your next vacation. However, while staying at an environmentally friendly hotel will go some way towards limiting the effects you have on the world around you, the truth is that the biggest impact occurs before you ever arrive – traveling to wherever you are going. Once you do get there, local … Read more

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Pros and Cons of Driving Versus Flying ~ What Makes More Sense

Updated: February 14th, 2020For each trip, travelers have to weigh the pros and cons of driving versus flying. Which is more cost effective? Which is more convenient? Which one has the smallest environmental impact? While there are no answers that apply to every situation, following a few suggestions can make it easier to decide which travel method is most suitable for upcoming vacations or business trips. What about traveling for business? Pros and Cons of … Read more

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Arizona Apache Trail Drive is a Travel Back in Time

Updated: March 10th, 2020To nature lovers and U. S. President Theodore Roosevelt, “The Apache Trail Drive combines the grandeur of the Alps, the glory of the Rockies, the magnificence of the Grand Canyon and then adds an indefinable something that none of the others have. To me, it is the most awe-inspiring and most sublimely beautiful panorama nature has ever created.” Today the Apache Trail remains one of Arizona’s most scenic drives. Twisting over jagged … Read more

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10 Best Environmental Summer Camps for Kids

Updated: May 21st, 2020Environmental Summer Camps for Kids – At Go Green Travel Green, we believe kids who travel at a young age grow up to appreciate different places and cultures. The same is true for spending time in the outdoors in nature conservation programs: kids gain an understanding of ecology and green living they can carry into adulthood. The following 10 best environmental summer camps for kids across the U.S. will immerse your child … Read more

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How to Drive in Snow and Ice 5 Winter Driving Safety Tips

Updated: February 14th, 2020How to drive in snow – Many travelers will take to the highways and interstates this holiday season, facing snow, ice, and other winter conditions. Our family will be driving long-distance for a ski vacation in Canada, and we want to make sure we’re prepared for safe winter driving. Raised in the Tahoe, CA area known for heavy snow fall, I like to think I have a few tips for how to … Read more

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Marriott Hotels Make the Commitment to Go Green

Updated: February 14th, 2020Marriott Hotels Make the Commitment to Go Green – Marriott established an environmental policy and made the commitment to “go green.” Within the policy, the company established environmental goals and has been steadily striving to meet those marks. Learn how Marriott Hotels make the commitment to go green. So many times we strive to go green at home but then we lose that ability while traveling. We try to seek out green … Read more