Animals in Tourism launch

We successfully launched our Animals in Tourism Report on the 11th December at the House of Commons. The evening was hosted by Steve Reed MP who emphasised the need for a greater understanding of the issues and why the work of Tourism Concern was so important. Mark Watson (Executive Direction – Tourism Concern) welcomed the […]

Animals in Tourism – report launch

Report launch – Monday 11th December 2017 – House of Commons Our new report, Animals in Tourism, which is now available to download, will be launched by Steve Reed MP at the House of Commons on Monday 11th December at 7pm. The event is free to attend for Members and anyone who downloads the Report. […]

SHOULD YOU RIDE AN ELEPHANT?

An elephant ride is a popular tourist activity, especially in Thailand, Cambodia, Nepal and other parts of Asia. It is also becoming popular in some regions of Africa. The appeal of such treks is clear – the elephant is the largest land mammal, it’s intelligent, social and emotional. In many ways it is the equivalent […]

The bear facts about holidays in Asia

Animals Asia has been rescuing bears from the horrors of the bear bile industry since 2000 and is the only organisation with a bear sanctuary in China. It also has a sanctuary near Tam Dao National Park, Vietnam. Animals Asia’s founder and CEO, Jill Robinson MBE, is widely recognised as the world’s leading expert on […]