Joao Mendes of NoFootprintNomads shares how to travel the world with a better impact with these ethical travel tips. Travelling is such a devastating force that I don’t understand why the subject is not on the main agenda of all elections and public discussions around the world. When you look at the number of people crossing borders now compared to… Read More
Many people are looking for ways to make their travels more meaningful. People want more than just a party on the resort or a lounge on the beach.
This week we celebrate World Environment Day on June 5, and on Friday, June 8 we celebrate World Oceans Day. Around the world, there are a dedicated number of activists and conservationists out there fighting for our right to a sustainable world. Even with the odds stacked against them. To skip directly to 10 Ways to Save the Ocean, Click Here When… Read More
How can one person make a difference and save the planet? With oceans overflowing with plastic, pollution choking the air and water becoming more scarce each year, what can be done? Most people want to make the world a better place, but they don’t think about how their actions contribute to the problem. We have tips to think about when… Read More
Many people travel to Thailand to see elephants. But many people don’t think about visiting in a responsible way. Elephants are often abused for the amusement of tourists to ride, but you can make a difference and visit an elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai instead. Elephant Sanctuary Chiang Mai As people who once rode an elephant many years ago before we knew better, we… Read More
We are gay couple Stefan and Sebastien and have been travelling in Asia for nearly 2 years. Asia is not the most gay friendly of places to visit in the world, with most countries criminalising homosexuality. So should gay couples travel to Asia? Yes, and here’s why. Why Gay Couples Should Travel to Asia We were ourselves quite tentative about… Read More
During my many years of traveling, I have come across a number of amazing projects and organizations. Yet, what I experienced in Namibia recently – at a place called “N/a’ankuse” – far surpassed them all, both in charitable concept and wildlife travel experience! My Walk with Cheetahs, Learning from the Bushmen & Exploring one of the Most Amazing Conservation Projects… Read More