Project Luangwa

Project Luangwa (PL) is an Charitable Trust registered with the UK Charity Commission, a Trust in Zambia and a 501(c)3 in the USA. We are based in the Mfuwe area of the Eastern Province in an area full of wildlife but which can be a harsh and unforgiving place to live for a local Zambian. […]

Amahoro Tours

We are the established leader in community-based tourism and Eco tourism in Rwanda. Our tailor-made tours guarantee a maximum of interaction with the local population and ultimate experiences with Rwanda’s beautiful nature. We cooperate with an extensive network of community organizations, international NGOs and likeminded individuals from all over the world. On time, efficient, engaging and […]

Phaphama Initiatives

‘TALK Tourism’ is a division of ‘Phaphama Initiatives’ and organises township tours and home stay immersions in Soweto and rural areas in KwaZulu-Natal. Learning about contemporary urban and rural African culture and learning a little of an African language is integral to every tour. TALK Tourism is part of a broader peace-building programme that aims […]

Maasai Simba Camp

Maasai Simba Camp is in the heart of the Maasai country, Amboseli eco-system. The camp is 100% owned and managed by the Maasai tribe. The camp is built by hand, authentic with a rustic charm unique from any other average safari camp or lodge in Kenya. The camp has been designed to give guests the […]

Nam Et Phou Louey – National Protected Area

The Nam et Phou Louey National Protected Area is located in Houaphan province, in North-East Laos. The area has primary forest remaining in many areas, a high level of biodiversity, and a number of endangered species including tiger, gaur, Sambar deer, and white-cheeked gibbon. Since 2009, the Lao PDR Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment […]

Ayana Journeys

We are a small responsible travel company based in Cambodia that shares immersive, educational experiences with culturally curious travellers. Our mission is to contribute to a more peaceful world. We do this by carefully crafting exceptional travel experiences that prioritise new insights through experiential learning; fostering a deeper sense of empathy; widening understanding of global […]

Top 7 Hidden Gems from the Ethical Travel Guide for 2015

Here are the Ethical Travel Guide’s Highest Rated Organisations for 2015 – Have you been to any of these locations??? As 2015 draws to a close Tourism Concern have highlighted the top 7 tourism enterprises from the newly released online ethical travel guide. These organisations have received a rare 5 star rating for their commitment to […]

Developing a Code of Conduct for houseboats in Alleppey, Kerala, India

Following on from our previous work in southern India, we have been working with local partners in Alleppey to develop a code of conduct for houseboat tourism since December 2014. Houseboat tourism is a wonderful way to experience the beauty and tranquility of the backwaters. It could and should be a model of ethical tourism, […]