See Hawaii Differently with Sustainable Eco-Tourism
Enjoy the Big Island and All its Natural Beauty
With pristine beaches, beautiful coral reefs, dense forests, and of course, volcanoes, Hawaii is among the most famous and exotic eco-tourism destinations. The Big Island is truly a piece of paradise and it is our responsibility to protect it.
Eco-tourism for Your Hawaiian Vacation
Eco-tourism appeals uniquely to the nature-loving and adventure-seeking amongst us. While some may prefer a more relaxed holiday by laying in the sun and drinking fruity drinks, others prefer a more hands-on experience by exploring the natural beauty of Hawaii. If you fit into the latter description, eco-tourism is perfect for you.
A large pre-packaged tour which caters to everyone might not be too nature-focused due to its commercial interest. However, a sustainable tour is focused on cultural and natural resources as it strives to protect the environment from any commercial exploitation.
To control the impact of tourism on natural resources, most sustainable tours only operate in small groups of 10 to 15 people. This also gives the planning experts a chance to personalize your chosen excursions per your interests.
Keep Calm and Pono On
“Pono” means to do right and this is a sentiment that tourists should follow to promote sustainability during their travels to the Big Island. This doesn’t mean that your fun is restrained in any way; on the contrary, it means you get to have a whole lot of fun, in a unique manner that helps the environment.
In fact, Hawaii Eco-Tourism has a list of tour operators, restaurants, and accommodations that are certified to be operating with sustainability in mind. Moreover, as environment conscious tourists, your feedback is more than appreciated by operators to improve their operations and make them even more sustainable.
Some of the sustainable activities you can enjoy in Hawaii are:
- Whale Watching
RestoricaHawaii.com has also launched our “Book for a Cause” initiative to promote eco-tourism. Where a portion of all reservation proceeds will be donated to a chosen organization of the month. The first organization we donated to, was the North Valley Community Foundation which supports the evacuees of the Paradise Wildfire.
For your next visit to Hawaii, keep in mind the economic impact your visit might have on the island & learn more about sustainable tourism in Hawaii.
If you want to #travelpono and enjoy all the beauty and adventure that Hawaii has to offer, Resortica Hawaii has you covered. We have all kinds of different vacation rentals such as vacation condos, cabins, and villas to accommodate your needs.