Go on a Post-covid Seychelles Digital Detox
When international travel reopens and we are able to explore the world once more, perhaps you might consider going on a Seychelles digital detox to completely destress after what has…
7 Short Lithuania Cycling Routes
Cycling is a popular sport and leisure time activity in many Northern European countries, such as Switzerland, Denmark, the Netherlands and Germany — the leading cycling countries on the continent….
Why Sweden Is Top for Sustainable Tourism
Jenny Jonevret, Senior Project Manager at Visit Sweden HQ in Stockholm, discusses why Sweden is ranked top for Sustainable Tourism. This is part of a series of articles entitled #sustainablesunday,…
Journey to America – From Rio to Mexico City
Following on from his first youthful Travel Tales Mark Bibby Jackson recounts his epic journey to America from Brazil to Mexico. Although my love of travel was cemented in Nepal…
Re-Discover Mediterranean Natural Parks with MEET
MEET wants to change the way tourists experience Mediterranean Natural Parks through ecotourism, ensuring benefits to nature conservation and local communities, explains Natalie Beckett. Mediterranean Experience of EcoTourism (MEET) is…
Airbnb and Overtourism – Will Covid Change Anything?
Before the pandemic, critics of Airbnb and overtourism argued that the two were inextricably interlinked and were changing the nature of popular neighbourhoods. Pauline Ronnet ponders whether Covid will change…
Can Direct Air Capture Make Travel More Sustainable?
Climeworks, one of the leading direct air capture companies in the world, is developing a technology that can tackle climate change head on writes Chantal Cooke. Direct air capture pioneers,…
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