Ethical tourism is a form of tourist development that provides socio-economic development while protecting the environment, therefore, including environmental, economic and social aspects.

Ethical tourism meets the needs of present generations without compromising the capabilities of future generations.

It is an opportunity to strengthen the local economy, create new jobs, engage individuals from different target groups, and a way to gradually reduce the development gap of border regions.

It is a form of tourism that ensures that the financial effects of tourism remain in the region tourists have visited.

Typical features of ethical tourism are:

  • including elements of social entrepreneurship,
  • meeting the needs of vulnerable groups,
  • preserving the environment,
  • offering great local products and services,
  • including the local population.