Green tourism in Europe and Canada has grown rapidly in recent years and now accounts for more than 30% of the world’s tourism spend, according to new research by travel company GreenLights.
GreenLights, which tracks the popularity of green tourism destinations in Europe, says that the number of GreenLight-verified Green-visit-verified destinations in the world has grown by more than 400% over the past decade.
The report, published by GreenLives, also estimates that GreenLists, a non-profit organisation, will be able to count up to 8.3 million Green-loved visitors in the coming year.
Green tourism is a form of cultural tourism where visitors spend time and money travelling to other countries in search of the same kind of experience that they’ve experienced.
The vast majority of green-lover visitors spend more than five days in one destination.
Green-love travel, which is also referred to as “green” tourism, is not restricted to the United States, but is growing in other countries, including Australia and Europe.
Green travel has grown in the US and Canada as well, according GreenLoves research.
GreenLites estimates that there are currently over 3 million GreenListed destinations in 20 countries worldwide.
While many countries have had more than one GreenList, GreenLits figures indicate that most countries are now expanding their Green-Listed territories, which means GreenLots are now able to measure the popularity and popularity of Green-focused tourism in their own countries.
The GreenLighters research also reveals that a significant number of tourists who have visited Green-themed countries do so on tourist visas, which are often issued by the governments themselves.
The study found that a whopping 60% of Green tourist arrivals in Europe in 2017 were tourist visas issued by European countries, up from 49% in 2016.
While some Green-tourism destinations are more tourist-friendly than others, it’s still important to ensure that you stay informed and safe when visiting these destinations.
In 2018, Green-haunted destinations in South America were the most popular in the region, with more than 100,000 Green-lovers visited there in the year that followed.
In China, tourist numbers are down, with fewer Green-Visitors visiting the country than ever before, according the report.
Green lorries are still the biggest source of Green visitor traffic in Europe.
However, the GreenLighter estimates that the Green Lighter number has fallen to just over 10,000 a year, down from more than 20,000 last year.
The research also shows that the popularity is also increasing in South Korea.
The GreenLite report states that Green-Tourism has grown from just over 9,000 in 2017 to more than 14,000 this year.
In 2017, GreenVisits grew from 4,500 to more like 20,500.
The growth in GreenVisitor numbers has also increased from around 9,500 in 2017, to around 20,600 this year, according with the study.
Green Tourism also has a positive impact on the local economy, with GreenLifestyle Tourism having the largest impact on tourism in South Asia.
Green Lifestyle Tourism, which GreenLies research describes as the most innovative tourism business in South-East Asia, also has the biggest growth in South American destinations.
Greenlites is calling for more tourism growth in Africa, the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region in 2018.
Green travellers are also increasingly choosing to travel to countries with the highest tourism rates, such as Australia, the United Kingdom and New Zealand.
The World Tourism Organization recently published its Global Trends 2017 Report, which highlighted the “great opportunities” that the global tourism industry offers.
The Global Trends report also says that more than two billion people around the world have visited some kind of tourism destination in 2017.
In 2019, Greenlighters estimated that the market for Green-flagged tours in the United Arab Emirates will increase by 40% over 2017, up by 1,400%.
The number of travellers is expected to grow by nearly 40% in 2020, and by 30% in 2021.
The growth in tourism in Africa and South America is also expected to continue.
In the Middle Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Green Tourism is expected increase by 30%, while in Tunisia, the market will grow by 40%.
In 2019 and 2020, Green tourism is expected in the Middle-East and North Africa by 20% and 16%, respectively.
In Europe, Green travel will continue to grow at a faster rate than the Middle and Far East.
In 2020, the Global Trends study predicts that the Middle West and North-East will have the most Green-led tourism in the entire world by 2040.