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How should you interact, if at all, with animals on your travels? Jennifer Pulling from Animals Worldwide shares the pros and cons of visiting captive wildlife.
When it comes to accommodation, small is beautiful – and eco-friendly. Here is a range of pint-size options with tiny carbon footprints to match.
Whether it’s a wildlife watching trip in Africa or a desert dune adventure in the Middle East, here’s how to find an ethical safari.
More than just leaving a place better than you found it, regenerative travel offers a new way to think about and experience the world.
Not everyone who travels around the world is a traveler. Millions of people are on the move because they have been displaced by war, famine and failing economies. But those of us who do travel for pleasure can make a difference to their lives.
Avoiding queues at check in and arrivals, extra fees and lost bags are just the beginning of why it’s always better to travel light. Here’s how to do it well.
How to check that dive centers are as eco-friendly as they claim and what you can do about it.
Traditional languages not only help preserve Indigenous cultures, but their presence can also enhance a traveler’s understanding of a destination.
Contrary to popular belief, sustainable stays don’t have to be expensive. In fact there are more budget eco-options than ever before.
These Indigenous-led tour companies provide travelers with rich, fulfilling experiences while making a difference in their own communities
8 charitable funds are transforming communities, wildlife and the environment with the help of travelers.
Sex tourists travel with the intention to offend and ruin lives. What can travelers do to help?