Explore Adventures Peru Team “Tourism seems to be one of the biggest challenges in Machupicchu National Park. Have both positive and negative effects on the landscape and the wildlife. Since tourists mainly come for the scenery and wildlife, there is pressure to conserve the habitats of the animals within the park. we think some of the major issues dealing with tourism in the park would have to be litter and waste brought into the national park by tourists. Though litter has little impact on the ecological health of the environment, it has a negative effect on the environmental aesthetics and ads to a negative visitor experience. In our opinion, every travel Companies should introduce programs to promote taking the litter and waste out of the park which you brought in ”
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The Environmental Impacts of Turning to Solar Energy on the Inca Trail. The sun is a huge source of energy which has only recently been tapped into. It provides immense resources which can generate clean, non-polluting and sustainable electricity, thus resulting in no global warming emissions. In recent years, it was discovered that the power of the sun can be collected and stored, to be used on a global scale with the purpose of eventually replacing the conventional sources of energy. As the world is turning its focus to cleaner power, solar energy has seen a significant rise in importance.
Explore Explore family made about 500 bags of mesh and cotton we use when buying fresh fruit and veggies, bread, bulk food and more from the supermarkets, and use them in the treks to minimize the use of single-use plastic to 90 percent. they are lightweight, washable and strong.