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About the Ecotourism Report

Featuring trends on everything from low-impact tourist destinations to green travel packages, the Ecotourism Trend Report uncovers consumer fascination with responsible tourism. When traveling, consumers are always on the look-out for new and exciting places to go, and recently there has been a surge in interest concerning ecotourism options. This creates an opportunity in the travel and tourism industry for companies to capitalize on, and a chance to drive cutting-edge business ventures.

Who It's For

Our report is for companies and professionals that specialize in eco-friendly travel options. This includes travel companies, tourist boards, green airlines, travel guides or anyone else seeking new and innovative ways to lessen the impact of modern-day travel.

Extract valuable insight from the preferences of today’s environmentally friendly tourists with Trend Hunter’s Ecotourism Trend Report.

The Ecotourism Trend Report, last published on Jul 28, 2015, includes 371 PRO Trends and 1,855 examples of ecotourism market research and ecotourism consumer trends related to: travel and tourism, low impact traveling, ecological conservation, green airlines, sustainability and ecotourism trends.

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Our ecotourism research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced ecotourism articles and 2,425,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 371 Ecotourism PRO Trends = 371 Powerpoint Pages Ecotourism PPT Report
• 1,855 Ecotourism Examples

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Sample Ecotourism Pro Trends

Each Ecotourism PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online ecotourism articles, videos and images. Examples:

Residential Pop-Up Temporary design provides impermanent residences for consumers Implications - In spite of the fleeting nature of pop-ups, the temporary spaces are borrowing from residential motifs with spaces suited to an impermanent form of housing. On top of heralding a fresh take on architecture, this sector matches the fast-paced lives of young people, who are accustomed to rapid changes that come of constant advancements in technology.
Residential Pop-Up
Temporary design provides impermanent residences for consumers
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Cosmetic Healing Beauty brands are integrating essential oils as a form of specialized care Implications - As consumers become aware of the nuance and intricacy of their skin, they begin seeking products that are more specialized in nature. Due to their gentle constitution and healing properties, essential oils are being favored by both consumers and brands. More than just a niche ingredient currently enjoying mainstream success, facial oils have the capacity to become a separate, stand-alone product to be added to beauty regimes that are steadily growing more complex.
Cosmetic Healing
Beauty brands are integrating essential oils as a form of specialized care
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Eco Hygiene Sanitation products for women cater to environmentally conscious shoppers Implications - Hygiene products for women are featuring eco aspects that merge self-care with environmentalism. The application of new, green takes on traditional services and products allows brands to connect with young, informed consumers who typically make purchases according to ethical considerations.
Eco Hygiene
Sanitation products for women cater to environmentally conscious shoppers
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Digitized Queue Consumers skip wait times by ordering ahead with innovative apps Implications - As the progression toward streamlining everyday tasks continues, consumers are being enticed by tech-powered services that enable ordering ahead of time or allow for skipping of queues altogether. The emergence of fast-lane apps is representative of the modern consumer's desire to save time wherever possible, while also adding an element of exclusivity.
Digitized Queue
Consumers skip wait times by ordering ahead with innovative apps
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Ethical Caffeine The coffee industry responds to the environmental crisis Implications - Along with being more health-conscious, the coffee industry is becoming eco-aware, taking active steps to evaluate and reduce its environmental impact. Coffee manufacturers have begun to re-purpose byproducts that would otherwise go to waste, as well as switch to recyclable packaging methods. Taking an eco perspective in the creation, distribution and aftermath of its product ensures that the industry not only positions itself as caring and compassionate, but also becomes a catalyst for global change.
Ethical Caffeine
The coffee industry responds to the environmental crisis
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Conscious Hygiene Emerging oral care products include eco aspects for conscious consumers Implications - Oral care companies are developing products with eco-friendly features. The integration of this specific feature is a way for these brands to appeal to consumers of all ages, but especially young people, with concern with regards to the impact of their purchases. This shift is reflective of how widespread environmental consciousness is becoming.
Conscious Hygiene
Emerging oral care products include eco aspects for conscious consumers
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Adolescent Initiative Environmental initiatives turn to educational tactics to help inspire kids Implications - Realizing the need to instill a sense of environmental awareness among younger generations, eco initiatives are turning to workshops and toys that help educate children about social causes. Providing a platform where kids can learn about environmental issues and how to mitigate them, these techniques recognize the importance of youth engagement and strive to make the learning process as enjoyable and interactive as possible.
Adolescent Initiative
Environmental initiatives turn to educational tactics to help inspire kids
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Peer-to-Peer Luxury Unique apps leverage the peer-to-peer economy for typically high-end services Implications - The rise in the peer-to-peer economy has seen the emergence of app-driven on-demand services that extend to the luxury end of the spectrum. While in the past, mainly affluent consumers may have had access to such typically high-end amenities, the accessibility and convenience of peer-to-peer services offered instantly through a digital means provide a cost-efficient, quick alternative.
Peer-to-Peer Luxury
Unique apps leverage the peer-to-peer economy for typically high-end services
5 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 365 more Ecotourism PRO Trends and 1,855 examples!



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