With the global warming, extreme weather attacks all over the place, green values resort to environmental protection and sustainable management, has become a universally respected concept. As citizens of the planet, it is everyone's responsibility to slow down the rate of carbon emissions on earth. In terms of tourism activities, through the low-carbon, green tourism model of practice, in addition to being able to liberate the pressure to meet the physical and mental leisure needs of individuals, but also can be satisfied with the concept and mission level. This paper focuses on a group of people over the age of 55 in the North Taiwan who are on a two-day, one-night low-carbon light trip in the Jingshan Rosort Hotel of Yangmingshan, Taipei City. The author also explores follow-up feedback of seniors after experiencing low-carbon tourism. Through the interview method combined with the literature analysis, two conclusions are drawn.
1. Low-carbon tourism planning must incorporate age factors.2. Make good use of type of group to promote low-carbon tourism.