It’s important to highlight the tourism organisations who contribute to the communities they operate in – here’s a lovely case story from Team Talk, in Kenya.
Blog posts: Responsible travel
Find out how to take in breathtaking, off-the-beaten-track destinations and exotic locations while making a difference to local communities.
Poaching-related deaths are being highlighted as a positive solution to the poaching problem. It is fuelling ignorance to the complexities of SA’s poaching epidemic and growing a crowd outwardly condones death, war and murder as the final resolution.
While being environmentally-conscious is a big part of being a sustainable traveller, it’s not the only thing to consider.
A visit to the mysterious Beachwood Mangroves Nature Reserve, one of the last remaining protected mangrove forests on Durban’s coastline.
A photoblog of Umlalazi Nature Reserve, one of KZN’s green spaces.
A responsible travel experiment in the glorious landscapes of subtropical Kosi Bay, one of KwaZulu-Natal’s protected green spaces.
September is Tourism Month and this year the campaign by South African Tourism is aptly named ‘Nothing’s More Fun than a Sho’t Left.’
A little gem of a holiday idea in a province which might not seem an obvious contender: the North West.
Every year between 6 and 14 July, throngs descend on the Spanish city of Pamplona to take part in the annual San Fermin Fiesta, in honour of the patron saint of Navarro. Before you pack your bags and join them, here’s a few points to consider.
A self driven safari in the Etosha National Park is a bucket-list item for sure, but due to the irresponsible behaviour of many tourists entering the park in their own vehicles, Namibian authorities may close the door on self-drive altogether.