Getting around on foot, by bike, and other low-emission modes of transport can open your eyes to a destination in rewarding ways.
Penny Watson, author of new book 'Slow Travel: Reconnecting With the World at Your Own Pace', gives us the lowdown on laidback travel.
It’s not where we go but how we travel that matters. Here’s how to choose an ethical tour operator for your next trip.
From cabins in the woods to leisurely stays in the world’s great cities, ‘slow travel’ can be better for us and the planet.
Small changes can make a big difference to the people and places you encounter on your travels. Adopt these ethical and sustainable habits, and you can proudly call yourself a responsible traveler.
Travelers can now support seven social enterprises empowering disadvantaged young people in Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar – just by eating out.
Is it ever OK to ride camels when we’re traveling, and how can we ensure we’re not harming them in any way?
Controversy surrounds some experiences with sharks, but there are ways to protect these majestic marine animals from harm.
The world is starting to open its doors to travelers, so soon we’ll be able to go anywhere and everywhere – more responsibly this time.
Explore important religious, cultural and historic places and events without offending the locals.
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.