Snake Wine and Other Wild Souvenirs to Avoid
You might not know that these items are illegal or inhumane.
Taking a vacation this summer? As a traveler, you have the power to contribute to conservation. Maybe you’re considering staying in a low-energy ecolodge or buying carbon offsets for your flight. Sustainable travel gets easier every year.
Even travel companies are getting on board, making new pledges to stop wildlife trafficking. JetBlue will soon start showing a video onboard to passengers to educate them about the illegal wildlife trade, and cruise lines Royal Caribbean Cruises and Carnival have both pledged to educate their staff and passengers to eliminate the purchase of illegal wildlife products.
Many of us already know that it’s illegal to bring home elephant ivory, rhino horn, and tiger products. But there are numerous other souvenirs that you might