Travelling with Children

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Kids recently voted on the issue of preserving the planet through the 2009 Environmental Report Card, and they’re pretty united on the subject. Not only do they agree that the planet’s resources are important but they also think they have a responsibility to help preserve them.

Eco-friendly tours for children is an area that has only begun to be explored.

One good resource is Trip Hub’s Responsible Tourism Awards, where you may be able to find an eco-lodge in Kenya, a zero garbage hotel in Mumbai, or a Canadian Mountain Resort that is also preserving animal habitats.

The website  Journeys for Families is where you can see how your family can learn about wildlife, habitats and rainforests on your travels, with specialist trips for families travelling with kids, teens or grandparents, plus ideas for school and other group trips.

Take a look at to research thousands of environmentally family trips to world wide destinations. They’re also running Responsible Tourism Awards right now, with winners to be announced mid-November.

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