Animal encounters have boomed in South Africa: but are the educational and conservational benefits enough to justify them?
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.
Three new community-owned attractions will be opening up in 2015. Check out how you can make a difference just by travelling!
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.
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.