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Food Tourism Fundamentals: Seven Global Best Practices to Celebrate & Develop Your Destination's Cuisine
Food is a fundamental and foundational part of tourism. While visitors’ engagement in a destination’s arts and culture, outdoor activities or specific attractions may vary, every visitor wants to not only eat but find enjoyable food and cuisine during their travels.
- See the latest Electric Vehicle (EV) Travel Research from Longwoods International and Miles Partnership here.
- See our webinar on U.S. Road Trips and EV Travel with Longwoods International, the Colorado Tourism Office, and the Arizona Office of Tourism, held on August 9, 2023, here.
The age of the electric vehicle (EV) is upon us. In today’s world, it’s hard to drive far without seeing an EV quietly pass you by. From reduced noise pollution to lower carbon emissions, the adoption of EVs is a partial but critical solution in the fight against climate change.
With greater accessibility to resources
If you’re one of the many Americans planning a road trip this year, chances are you might come across the opportunity to make it electric. Whether you own an electric vehicle (EV) yourself or are considering renting one, how you plan for your adventure will differ from the traditional road trip. You might need to take a few extra steps when planning, but traveling by EV comes with its own unique perks!
Check out our top tips for planning your next eco-friendly adventure.
1. Always Plan Ahead
On an electric car road trip, spontaneity is not always your friend. While some destinations will be easier to get to than others, you’re not limited to where you can go. It just takes a little more planning. Depending on your route, the availability of charging stations can vary greatly—here’s what to take into account.