Adventures for Good collection

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Much Better Adventures launches ‘Adventures for Good’ New collection lets travellers support important causes with 20 active experiences in Ecuador, Chile, Belize, Iran, Peru, Australia, India, Canada, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia and Laos. Criteria for the collection was developed with Tourism Concern Latest collection from multi-award winning travel company, rated #1 Travel Aggregator in UK The […]

Spain

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Situated in Western Europe where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean, Spain lures over 50 million visitors each year with its sun, sea, sand and vibrant culture. Once a country comprising of quiet fishing villages and Catholic traditions, the tourism boom of the 1950’s and the end of a 36 year dictatorship in the 1970’s saw […]

Delhi homestay & walking tours for street children

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Walks and bed & breakfast accommodation run by former street children. Let the young beneficiaries of our well-reputed local partner NGO, Salaam Baalak Trust, guide you through the hidden alleys and markets of Old Delhi. Or let them be your hosts stay in our new bed & breakfast, which offers a taste of the comforts of plush south Delhi but firmly in the centre of the city and in the real world. See, hear, taste and smell the vibrant as well as the more challenging side of Delhi’s narrow streets through the eyes of our young staff who know them better than anyone. www.streetconnections.co.uk

York St John University

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York St John University Business School offers a number of undergraduate programmes in tourism, including Tourism Management, Tourism Management and Marketing and from September 2017; Tourism Management and Spanish. The tourism courses combine specific sectorial issues such as industry structure, culture, policy and social responsibility with key management areas such as Finance, Human Resources, Marketing […]

Look beyond ‘the traditions’…

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We are all accustomed to the that ‘when in Rome, we should do as the Romans’. Generally speaking, this is good advice, for it errs on the side of asking us to respect the customs of our hosts, and this is surely polite and safe.  But what it some elements of this are merely ‘political […]

Fair Trade Adventures

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Sumak Travel & Cafédirect Producers’ Foundation team up to offer Fair Trade Adventures Fair Trade Adventures are the result of an exciting and innovative partnership between ETOG member, Sumak Travel, and Cafédirect Producers’ Foundation, organisations that both share a strong commitment to ethical and sustainable business practices. These small group tours, to unique destinations in Peru, Colombia […]

Kasapa Centre

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“KASAPA” means “a good talk” – the kind of conversation that denotes understanding and agreement. In Africa, such “good talk” is still the most important means to ease tension and reach harmony. The drums “talk” in this way and travelling around in a foreign country could likewise entail a lively exchange of “good talk”. The […]

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