eco travel

Accor on Planet 21

AccorHotels has made giant strides in giving back with its Planet 21 initiatives, thanks to the willingness of guests to be more aware of what they do, use and eat

On the tea trail in Sri Lanka

The world’s first tea bungalow resort, Tea Trails, has introduced night safaris in Sri Lanka’s tea country

Explore Ecuador’s Treasures

Curious Traveller has curated a unique small boat experience aboard the Seaman Journey for visitors seeking an authentic experience of a country and its residents, both human and animal

TripAdvisor commits to improving wildlife tourism standards

In a highly commendable move, TripAdvisor will no longer sell tickets to, or generate booking revenue from hundreds of animal attractions

Responsible travel with World Expeditions

Encounter animals in their natural habitat safely and ethically with World Expedition tours in Kenya, Thailand, India and Romania, endorsed by World Animal Protection

Seven reasons to visit Chile's Torres del Paine National Park

The iconic Torres del Paine National Park in picture perfect Patagonia is a fairytale land of nature’s finest scenery ready to enchant you

Sanctuary Retreats

Sanctuary Retreats has always been committed to conservation, giving back to local communities and encouraging guests to do the same

Explora Lodge, Patagonia

Located in Torres del Paine National Park in Chile’s Patagonia region, the lodge is perched on the edge of the scenic Pehoé Lake with incredible views

Go tribal in Ecuador

A unique ten-day tour of Ecuador with Gondwana EcoTours will visit the Achuar, a tribe of 6,000 indigenous people still living traditionally in small Amazon communities

Social media responsibility while travelling

Poachers will use the GPS location embedded in your safari social media posts to track and kill animals. Here’s how to prevent it.

Rhino revolution

The future of Africa’s rhino is in danger, with the poaching epidemic leaving this magnificent animal on the brink of extinction