I’m sitting in the shade of a palm tree. In the far distance, I can see the Atlantic, the ocean that brought me to here to Dominica. There are two hummingbirds making a love dance in the tree next to me. They keep falling out of the sky. A fascinating show! Apart from all sorts of bird sounds, I can hear the river. The river where I had my refreshing morning shower. I don’t hear any traffic, rooster, or soca music. I’m off. the. grid. And I love it! I’m zipping a lemongrass-turmeric-cinnamon tea. Half an hour ago this tea fusion was still growing. I pulled it straight from the food forest.
http://theoceanpreneur.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/eco-retreat-nature-dominica-36-of-49-1.jpg7181280Suzannehttp://theoceanpreneur.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Ocean_layout3_blue.pngSuzanne2017-01-18 03:57:202017-08-05 23:43:16Becoming a wilderness women: Off the grid eco camp in Dominica
You want to travel light, compact and purposeful. But that’s not enough!
You want to support innovative social entrepreneurs, and have a positive influence on fellow travellers and locals to help create awareness of solutions out there to make this world a better place. You want to minimize your carbon footprint, your trash trail and the amount of chemicals polluting the environment and your body. You want the best for your health AND make a positive difference in the world that you call your playground. You want to collect memories and not things. You do need to pack something at some point.
But you’re busy. You don’t have the time to sort it all out. You left the packing part to last minute and now you realize it would be good to have done some research so you can travel with a positive impact.
What impact do you actually make with the travel gear you take with you? How eco-friendly is your kit?