Buy from local businesses so you circulate money in the local economy and create jobs for local people. Patronize businesses that are not engaged in illegal trade, the exploitation of humans and the looting of artefacts.
Don’t Take “Souvenirs”
Whether rocks from the Great Wall of China, sea shells from Hawaii or corals from the Barrier Reef, they are actually illegal to take. Real souvenirs should be bought, not taken freely.
Don’t Give To Beggars
Begging only encourages local people to continue asking tourists for money. If you really want to help, perhaps buy
the person some food or drink instead. You can also seek out local organizations who work with underprivileged community.
Respect The Local Culture
It is a privilege to live in a world with diverse people and to be able to experience their fascinating cultures. Before you travel, study the customs of the people It is also essential to show respect to local customs and traditions when we travel.
Against Animal Cruelty
Ensure that the establishment offering wildlife tour to sustainable and responsible practices that are in the best interests of the animals. Don’t be a part of tours that promote animal cruelty. You may be indirectly encouraging the ill-treatment of the animals.
Bargaining in a lively local market is all part of the fun when travelling but make sure to positively support the livelihoods of traders by keeping in mind that the goal is to pay the fairest price for everyone, not the cheapest.
Don’t Support Animal Tourism
Do not support animal tourism because almost every single animal attraction is negative. The list includes riding elephants, elephant 'sanctuaries', tiger temples, swimming with dolphins, animal performances, hunting etc.