Eco-Travel

Marine ecology in Malaysia

MERC’s mission is to help save threatened and endangered species, with a range of programs

Galapagos National Park, Ecuador

A snorkelling or diving expedition can truly bring the endemic flora and fauna of the Galapagos to life

Conservation in the Cook Islands

Plonked in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean, you’ll find the Cook Islands, brimming with colour, culture and a surprisingly contemporary outlook on conservation

Be at one with nature at The Glasshouse, New Zealand

Escape the ordinary and immersive yourself in nature with Kauri Mountain Point’s The Glasshouse in New Zealand

White Pearl Resorts, Mozambique

White Pearl Resorts offers the best of unique experiences in the South African bushveld and beaches in one unforgettable trip

Switzerland: Mother Nature calling!

Best known for its clean and pristine nature, Switzerland offers endless opportunities to live like a local and experience the authentic Swiss ways of life

Exmouth Diving’s Citizen Science program

Exmouth Diving Centre has spent many years conducting dives around Ningaloo Reef, is now doing everything it can to protect the Reef and its creatures for the future

Iceland’s top eight magical must-sees

On The Go Tours narrows down the top spots to see in the south west region of Iceland and shares its best tips

Everything you need to know about gorilla trekking with Sanctuary Retreats

Top insights on what one can expect when embarking on a gorilla trekking trip and staying at Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp

Crystalbrook Collection protects Great Barrier Reef

The newly formed Australian hotel group joins the Founding Citizens Circle of a global movement to protect the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Tasmanian Traverse

In an Australian first, Tasmanian Expeditions offers five iconic Tasmanian adventures in one

Walking the tide line with Wild Mob

A winter’s week on the Great Barrier Reef made for a tempting break, even when the Wild Mob Expedition I was joining involved some kind of ‘work’