From bobbing along the Amazon in a hammock and exploring riverside villages by longboat, to volunteering with wildlife preservation groups or sleeping in an igloo village, these nine locations are top of the list for those planning an eco-friendly RTW trip.
Whether scaling the icy peaks of Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, clambering the ancient Inca trail in Peru or tailing wild beasts on an African safari, here are 8 tips for the eco-conscious trekker to help reduce their impact on the environment.
10 years from now, will travelers to your favorite destination be able to enjoy it the same way you did? Shivya Nath volunteers in the Trans-Himalayas to discover how you can prevent your travel memories from becoming someone's travel disappointments.
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…
For those travelers that are feeling the burden of their carbon footprint, Zoë Smith offers nine easy-to-follow tips to not only minimize the damage to the environment but limit the impact to your wallet too.
With a bit of consideration, pre-planning and sensitivity, there’s no reason why traveling in the developing world can’t be a positive experience all-round. Zoë Smith offers some food-for-thought advice for traveling in the world’s poorest regions.
The glaciers are melting, tigers are endangered, and rainforests are dwindling. Joanna Eng guides you through some of Earth's at-risk natural wonders in order to inspire you towards more planet-friendly travel and living habits.