With its palm tree-lined islands, pristine beaches and untamed jungle, Thailand makes a prime location for nature lovers and a growing trend of eco-friendly tour operators are shifting the focus back to the environment - here are 7 sustainable ways to dive into Thai culture.
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Whether you’re scaling the heights of the Inca Trail, blazing a trail along virgin desert plains, galloping along white sand beaches or riding alongside game on a horseback safari, horse trekking offers an exhilarating and environmentally sustainable way to explore some of the world’s most incredible landscapes.
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Whether trekking with llamas in New Zealand, searching for the elusive tiger in India, or learning to gallop the plains like a real-life cowboy, these 10 adventures will get you up close and personal with some of the world’s most incredible wildlife.
From sampling witchetty grubs at New Zealand’s Wildfood Festival to mud sliding in South Korea or munching on oyster tacos to celebrate the Californian oyster harvest, these 10 festivals are some of the world’s most unique celebrations of local produce.
Danny McGee visits Thailand's Khao Yai National Park, expecting a quiet and relaxed afternoon of bird spotting and sight seeing. What he experienced was an adrenaline fueled close encounter with the Park's largest inhabitant.