There’s a glitch in the Couchsurfing.com website at the moment. (Well, it’s one of many, if you listen to the discontented bunch on the site’s “brainstorming” forum, who seem perennially on the verge of a mutiny.)
Travel is about journeys and experiences. Not ticking boxes, bragging to friends or relying on internet based social networks.
Andavadoaka, Madagascar. It started in a beach shack on the shore of the Mozambique Channel in Andavadoaka, a small coastal village in remote southwestern Madagascar.
Tourism Concern’s campaign to improve the rights of porters and highlight the appalling conditions they were working under got underway in 2002.
Afro-descendant Garifuna communities on the north shores of Honduras continue to be at risk from the expansion of a mega-tourism project.
Before leaving for London Ben Keene reflects on Tourism in Fiji and the role Tribewanted is playing in steering the industry along the right path.
The concept of responsible tourism is often slated as difficult to grasp; the social, environmental, and economical considerations that it embraces can sometimes sound too academic for what is supposed to be a fun activity.
Girls Travel Club chat with Hilary Bradt MBE, creator of Bradt Travel Guides and experienced traveller!
It amazes me how quickly one can go from standing on a crowded platform at Clapham Junction to wandering through Sussex countryside – it was exactly 1hr and 10 minutes to be precise.
Since the project began, there has been a never-ending infusion of knowledge throughout the Tribewanted village but especially in our very own bubbling Fuel Machine, Vorovoro’s kitchen!