Voices in Ethical Tourism

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From Paradise to Profit

From Paradise to Profit

This Post was written by Rachael Brink, student and travel blogger. Read more about her opinions & experiences @ www.thetravelingkid.net.   About 25 kilometres off the coast of Cambodia lies Koh Rong, one of the country’s largest islands.  A two-hour ferry ...

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How to give!

How to give!

Many tourists wonder how best to give back whilst exploring the different corners of the planet. However, without careful consideration misguided philanthropy can have disastrous consequences for local communities. So what exactly can the consequences be and how can you ...

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Falkland Islands: living on the edge of the earth

Falkland Islands: living on the edge of the earth

Mark Stratton discusses life on the 778-island archipelago that is the Falklands Islands and where tourism is an increasingly significant part of the economy  (article reprinted courtesy of Wanderlust Magazine) Island survival doesn’t come much tougher than on the Falklands ...

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Eco-tourism with a difference at Karibuni

Eco-tourism with a difference at Karibuni

Writer Suzanne Elvidge shares her enthusiasm for an ecotourism project that really does deliver in more ways than one.  When you’re flicking through the gorgeous, glossy pages of a travel magazine, browsing Trip Advisor, or reading travel blogs online, the ...

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