10 Ways to Save Money—and the Planet—on Your Summer Vacation
Instead of choosing a vacation that involves staying in a hotel, consider pitching a tent in a state or national park and save up to $2,000 on accommodations for a two-week trip.
Tent-camping can be a great way to reduce the ecological footprint of your vacation and an excellent way to practice living with limited resources. Compared to a hotel, you'll save energy and water, reduce waste and experience nature. Breathe fresh air, get back in shape by going on a hike every day and stand in awe of huge canyons, waterfalls, lakes, mountains, wildlife and meadows.
Be sure to take fantastic pictures!