Club Peace and Plenty is 32 room old Colonial style hotel overlooking Elizabeth Harbor in Great Exuma, Bahamas. Everyone that stays at the PnP is treated like family. Plenty of Peace and Club Peace and Plenty!
EcoBurma is a non-profit project run by the Czech non-governmental organization Burma Center Prague that seeks to promote responsible travel to Burma through awareness-raising and capacity-building. Our Approach Empower People: We want locals in Burma to have the capacity to identify issues related to tourism and the strength to defend their rights. Contribute Stories: We want […]
The Rhodescape team share a common love and passion for sports and nature and the need to show you the real beauty of the island. Driven by this need we have discovered far away places and a different side of Rhodes.
Una Vaina Bien Spanish is a small company that offers tourists Spanish language and cultural immersion opportunities as well as focused, targeted ways that visitors can engage in ethical travel within the Cabarete community.
Our work to develop a Code of Practice for houseboats in Alleppey, India continues to progress well. This is an important project, which promises to bring tangible benefits to the communities and environments of the backwaters. If you possibly can, please help us to continue this work by making a donation. We are entirely funded […]
I have just returned from Alleppey in Kerala where, working with our Indian partners, we have made considerable progress with our project to develop a Code of Conduct for Houseboat Owners. Houseboat cruises are a wonderful way to experience the beauty and tranquillity of the Kerala backwaters, and to get glimpses of the lives of […]
We are a group of women living in a southern coastal village of Kerala, South India. Fishing and yarn making from coconut fibre are our main livelihood avenues. After the tsunami of December 2004 the village community initiated the process of reviving their traditional ecological and livelihood systems under a project called Punarjani. We organised ourselves into self-help groups and started several income generating activities. In May 2014, we built a small eco-cottage on the shores of a lake to entertain travelers who are seeking candid experience of our village life.
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We’re Kiwis, and since 1996 we’ve looked after active people with legendary Kiwi hospitality in the stunning New Zealand outdoors. If you’re into trekking, paddling and biking through parks, valleys, bays and backroads, then you’ll love our adventure trips. Our uber-fun, overly capable guides will take you to their favorite haunts and with them you’ll get a chance to challenge yourself a little … or a lot. Off-the-beaten track by day and in cosy lodging by night, you’ll experience the real New Zealand.
We know that if you join us, you’ll have the best time.