Staying up-to-date with the latest sustainability terms can ensure we’re all on the same page and may even broaden our ideas of what the future of travel could look like.
We can all learn from ancient, seasonal food practices and traditions when we travel.
By prioritising cycling, these cities are becoming more flexible, sustainable and liveable.
Here's how to make travel help others – every month of the year.
wmnsWORK is the tourism industry’s first business accelerator for women and non-binary entrepreneurs. Founder Iris Serbanescu and program participant Njeri Gachuhi share the benefits of the program and how it can help transform the industry for the better.
How can we make sure we act appropriately when visiting places with customs different to ours – and what even is cultural appropriation anyway?
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
Sex tourists travel with the intention to offend and ruin lives. What can travelers do to help?
When planning your trip, think about spending your tourism dollars in the places going the extra mile to make sustainability a priority.