As the summer months roll in across the Middle East, travelers can beat the heat with the wind in their face and the sun on their back as Fairmont invites guests to explore the world’s forests - from the mangroves of Abu Dhabi, to foothills of Mount Kenya’s National Park and the urban landscape of London’s Royal Parks.
On 25 June 2011 El Gouna residents will be drumming and dancing to the beat to raise awareness of the water-related issues affecting both Egypt and the world.
The Millennium Hotel-St. Louis will soon become the latest hotel property to take a strong stand against the commercial sexual exploitation of children by signing the tourism Code of Conduct (The Code), ECPAT-USA announced today.
Many hotels pay lipservice to 'green’ issues, but Hotel Bon Sol in Illetas, Mallorca has taken environmental policy very seriously from the original conception of the hotel back in 1953 and long before the ozone layer was a cause for concern.
Cruise guests from niche tall ship operator Star Clippers have removed 1,700 pounds of rubbish from North Friar’s Beach and Keys Beach in St. Kitts in a beach clean-up operation organised by on-board marine biologist, Mariano Peruzzo.
Biosphere Expeditions – the award winning, non profit making conservation specialist – is giving people the opportunity to travel to the remote and high mountains of the Altai Republic in Central Asia to help protect one of the world’s most elusive and endangered species, the snow leopard.
Latin America is not synonymous with ‘glamping’, however the under-canvas options offer access to some of the most remote and unique parts of the continent.
Responsibletravel.com today celebrates its 10th birthday with the announcement that its travellers have spent a staggering $100 million on responsible holidays via its website since the company launched in 2001.
A straw poll* conducted by leading international volunteering company Projects Abroad, has found that the main barrier holding Brits back from volunteering abroad is the required investment in time.
To celebrate International Woman's Day, responsibletravel.com today profiles a handful of inspiring female entrepreneurs from the responsible tourism industry. With passionate local knowledge, they run some of the most magical holiday experiences on offer via responsibletravel.com.
The team at responsibletravel.com has been busy adding 51 magical new holidays and three locally-run places to stay to its collection this month, as the growing movement in responsible tourism continues, taking the site's total holiday and accommodation count to 3,867.
Habitat for Humanity Indonesia today announced it is partnering with Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) to create Habitat’s first eco-tourism village of more than 420 homes and guest accommodations near some of Indonesia’s most picturesque ancient temples.
Follow in Martin Clunes footsteps to Ecuador and come face to face with some fascinating marine life.
A new conservation project has been set up to help preserve the marine environment surrounding the islands of the Maldives archipelago, off the Southern tip of India.
Conservancy Safaris Namibia, the first community owned safari operation in Namibia, has announced departure dates and rates for 2011 with a refined selection of tours of the North West Kunene region and brand new tour taking in Etosha and Caprivi.
16 to 30 of 75 for Ethical Holidays