Pet tourism has been one of the major trends in Latin America for the last few years, with Mexico leading the way in this category of tourism. Being a responsible tourist with pets implies respecting health standards and veterinary certifications required by each destination. To avoid inconveniences before planning your trip, check if the hotel where you will be staying allows pets, what size they are, and above all, do not forget that they will always be your company, avoid leaving them locked up alone while you go for walks.
A harmonious coexistence, even on days of relaxation, will require as always education, tolerance, discretion, achieving empathy with the environment, knowing how to behave properly, dressing neatly and appropriately and never forgetting common sense in any situation that must be interacted with, although it is often the least common of the senses.
Another way to demonstrate good manners is to contribute to the local economy. Tourist destinations are sustained by this industry, so eat in restaurants that use local products and look for souvenirs typical of the area, such as local handicrafts.
Leisure trips are occasions to interact with other people, and if the destination country or city has different customs, you should pay even more attention to the rules of politeness. Remember that being a tourist does not mean that you become a local, but that you become an educated person who respects traditions and customs that are different from your own, even if you do not share them.
Author: Silvana Bonsignor
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