We all love to travel to the places we have heard and read about, but in a world of global travel, are we in danger of doing more harm than good by treading the same paths, again and again?
When an ethical dilemma occurs in a destination that heavily relies on tourism, should travelers boycott it? Here’s what our community has to say.
From steering clear of unethical tours and activities to knowing where your money is best spent, here are six responsible habits you should adopt on your travels.
Tips to help you find ethical volunteering opportunities that suit your skills, and have a sustainable impact on the environment and local communities.
Travel to Sapa in Vietnam where we meet the founder of Sapa O’Chau, a local enterprise that organizes authentic and responsible treks and homestays in Sapa.
This is the story of Gita, an incredible teacher-trainer committed to making a difference to the future generation of Nepal.
Join Coleman Lowndes as he travels to El Choco surf village on the Colombian coast, to discover why surfing is such an important part of growing up for local kids.
Volunteering offers among the most immersive experiences that you can get, a front row seat to the realities of life in a given place. Find out how to give more for less.
Here are some things to consider before you go elephant riding on your next trip.
Does your tour operator support conservation and local communities? This and more things to think about before you decide where to go and what activities to do.
Whether you’re buying ingredients at a local market to cook, gifts for family and friends, or mementos for yourself, all you need to do is follow these tips.