Sustainable tourism

Sustainable tourism is defined as a planned action with long-term goals that does not cause environmental devastation but respects the economic, social, ecological and cultural values of the destination where it takes place.

As participants in tourism, renters of private accomodation and other employees, as well as tourists themselves, often encounter the term SUSTAINABLE TOURISM.

We often wonder what lies behind that term and what value is hidden behind those words?

The World Tourism Organization defines sustainable tourism as the management of resources realizing economic, social and aesthetic needs in a way that respects cultural integrity, basic ecological processes, biological diversity and systems on which life is based, creates well-being for the entire society, taking into account bouth tourists needs and the needs of their hosts.

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