Just check out an eco-travel guide
Booking sweet vacations.
Take advantage of tips and tricks from seasoned travelers on the best things to see and do.Doing write by the planet. Find ways to tread a little lighter - according to the UN, tourists in Grenada, Spain, use seven times more water than locals (and these sorts of stats are pretty common).Getting off the beaten tour circuit. Eco-tour books help you unearth gems you won't find using your average AAA guide.guide for help on figuring out where to go and what to do.
Fodor's Green Travel - guide to 100 of the eco-friendliest hotels and lodges around the globe ($15).
-Volunteer: A Traveler's Guide - from Lonely Planet, a book that helps you give back to the places you visit ($14).
-Lonely Planet Code Green - printed on recycled paper and packed with 82 eco-trips ($17). Also check out LP's online user forums for advice from fellow travelers.
-Green Travel Hub - book travel and check out articles on this international site; 20% of profits go to eco-orgs.DIY Bite - ask jetsetter friends to write their own "A Perfect Day in ___" recommendations and take these along for the trip.