Beyond Ecotourism – Our Responsibility
Instead of blaming others for a lack of genuine ecotourism, we should take responsibility for making our own travel sustainable, eco-friendly and respectful of local cultures, argues Johan Smits. The…
Mongolia Travel: Staying in a Ger
In a country full of images of Genghis Khan and exoticism, Mongolia Travel has found its place firmly on the adventure travel map. Tegan Chapman travels there for a colourful…
The Lost Waterways of Kerala
With jet black hair that defies her age slicked back in a tight bun, the woman wrapped in a midnight blue sari smacks her lips over her gums. Pointing curiously…
What is the Best Responsible Tourism Model for Myanmar?
Responsible Tourism expert Mike Haynes questions whether community based tourism is the right model for Myanmar.
Trekking in Tajikistan and the Fann Mountains
Our man in Central Asia, Johan Smits, travels to the Fann mountains to discover wonderful trekking in Tajikistan and even takes his parents along with him.
Trekking in Nepal: Annapurna Revisited
In 1994, Mark Bibby Jackson first went trekking in Nepal, in 2017 he returned as a more mature traveller to discover the beauty of Annapurna unspoilt.
Slow Tourism in Cambodia’s Wild Side
Dolphins, ibises, butterflies and elephants: Mark Bibby Jackson discovers that slow tourism is mandatory when communing with nature in Cambodia’s wild side. Wild Side: Dolphin Watching The Irrawaddy Dolphin is one…
New Horizons: Swimming with Elephants
Set at the meeting point of Laos and Myanmar, Thailand’s “Golden Triangle” is set to become the country’s next tourism hotspot. Words by Mark Bibby Jackson. My trip starts mundanely…
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