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2. Pitanja i Odgovori za Quiz: 

Q1. What does it mean to be a "responsible" traveler?

A: Doing the least amount of harm to the environment while traveling.

B: Valuing and protecting the culture of the communities you visit.

C: Contributing economically to the local communities you visit.

D: All of the above. 

Answer D: All of the above: Being a responsible traveler means minimizing the amount of harm you do to the natural environment before, during, and after your travels. It also means appreciating and respecting local cultures, customs, and ways of life different to your own. Lastly, a responsible traveler also makes an effort to spend their tourist dollars in ways that will enhance and improve the lives of the local people.


Q2. Today's tourist expectations are increasingly based on the combination of:

A.  Sun, sea and sand

B. Nature and culture

C. Nature, leisure activities and culture 


Q3. Where is the best place to enjoy an environmentally friendly and sustainable meal?

A: A restaurant employing local people and selling locally sourced produce.

B: A restaurant selling imported food and drink.

C: A restaurant that employs local people, but imports and throws away excess food.

D: A multinational fast food company or restaurant.

Answer A: A restaurant employing local people and selling locally sourced produce.: Buying locally sourced produce benefits local suppliers economically, benefits the environment by keeping freight and transport distances shorter, often the food will be fresher, and the local economy will benefit by keeping the profits in the community. With most multinationals (and if food or drink is imported), some of the profits go abroad, so that money isn't reinvested into improving the lives of the people in the local community.


Q4. What are the negative effects of tourism?

A: Putting a strain on natural resources, such as water, food, and energy.

B: Increased pollution of waterways, deforestation, erosion, and pressure on endangered animals and plants.

C: Erosion of traditional values where foreign elements are in conflict with local customs.

D: All of the above.

Answer: D: All of the above. It's important to be a responsible traveler because often it is the very fragility of the environment or the society being visited which makes it attractive to visit. Rather than destroy the very thing you want to see through overuse of resources, responsible tourism can give something back to the local community and environment, making it a positive experience for all.


Q5. Why should you be a responsible traveler?

A: To preserve destinations, cultures and experiences for future generations.

B: To help develop local communities and improve their quality of life.

C: Because it's the 'right' thing to do.

D: All of the above.        

Answer: D: All of the above. - Unfortunately, meeting the needs of tourism can have a negative effect on the local environment if these needs exceed the capacity to deliver resources or accommodate tourist activities.


Q6. Which of the following is a good way to responsibly sightsee and go on excursions?

A: Research the destination before you go and try learning some words in the local language.

B: Hire a local or indigenous guide, or a local tour group to show you around.

C: Watch wildlife in the least disruptive way and tread carefully around historical and fragile areas.

D: All of the above.

Answer: D: All of the above. - By taking the effort to research about a destination beforehand and communicate in the native language, you will learn, understand, and get more out of your travel experience. It also shows the local people that you care; they can take pride in their heritage, culture, and hospitality. Hiring local guides and interacting with them breaks down cultural barriers and allows you to experience a destination more authentically. Responsibly viewing wildlife and visiting historical areas also helps preserve the local environment, and ensures that future generations can also experience these wonders.


Q7. How can you be a responsible traveler when you return from your trip?

A: Give constructive feedback to your airline, hotel, hostel, tour operator, travel website, etc.

B: Share your responsible travel photos, tips, stories, and challenges with your friends and family electronically using social media.

C: Consider supporting charitable organizations that help local communities or environmental conservation in the places you've visited.

D: All of the above.

Answer: D: All of the above. - Your experiences are what you can contribute to both friends and family and to commercial organizations involved in your trip - they will help shape opinions and future behaviors, encouraging them to act responsibly and with least impact. This can be taken a stage further by supporting those organizations that directly help in the places you've been to - you carry on being involved, even though you have returned home.

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