For travelers concerned about supporting sustainable tourism and creating a positive relationship between locals and tourists, here are 6 easy ways to directly benefit your destination while on the road.
These 7 pioneering travelers rode across countries on horseback, sailed the seven seas, cycled the globe or clocked up some impressive distances on foot, becoming an inspiration not only for those of us who dream about expanding our travel horizons but for everyone who frets that the only way to bear the weight of their carbon footprints is to stay home.
Whether they get your adrenaline levels soaring or simply offer a unique way to explore the sights, these 10 adventure activities offer mind-boggling heights and break-neck speeds without a drop of fuel in sight.
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.
From tree climbing in the Amazonian jungle or galloping on horseback across Uruguayan plains, to getting spiritual at an Argentine Yoga retreat or pedaling through the Atacama Desert, South America has no shortage of experiences that are both easy on the wallet and the conscience.
You probably know that ecotourism is a great way to travel responsibly, to enjoy the planet, while simultaneously preserving it for future generations to enjoy too. Here Ariana Salvo shares six things you may not know about ecotourism…
You'd be surprised at how many itinerary options there are to choose from for a cruise to Antarctica. Phill Danze has experienced one first hand and has some great tips to help you make the best decision.