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Responsible Tourism: Rhino Conservations Secret Weapon?

African rhinos will be extinct in the wild in less than twenty years, and conservation efforts are not working. Something drastic needs to be done now to stop the inevitable death of this magnificent species. 2,051 more words


Openhotelier welcomes The Barefoot Eco Hotel

Openhotelier is pleased to announce the latest addition to its portfolio, The Barefoot Eco Hotel, part of the Noomadi Resorts and Residences which also manages the award winning… 111 more words


Green Tea + Milkshake: On What Does, and Does Not, Mix

Our evening in Ho Chi Minh City closed with a sense of famil­iar­ity. After a long day of sweaty, sticky excur­sion, my friends and I wanted noth­ing more than a cool sweet dessert melt­ing from the heat. 728 more words


Reviewed: The Voluntourist

I had mixed reactions while reading The Voluntourist by Ken Budd. This book was written to cater to a specific group of people in mind. It connects to people who do not have a lot of time to travel (or do not prioritize it) and want to feel like they are doing good along the way. 591 more words


How To Be A Climate Conscious, Responsible Traveller

If you’re looking for ways to make your travel more sustainable and environmentally friendly, here are some useful tips by the David Suzuki Foundation. Aviation… 413 more words

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Thoughts on Responsible Tourism: Educating travelers about traveling responsibly

I’ve been a big fan of the weekly Responsible Tourism Twitter Chat (#RTTC) since its early days, as it’s an enjoyable and engaging (not to mention easy) way to find a lot of inspirations about how to travel more responsibly and how to help make travel and tourism more sustainable. 359 more words



Another great way to travel responsibly is, not only in how you travel, but where you travel. As Ethical Traveler said, “By traveling, we can create international goodwill and help change the world for the better.” If we pick our vacation destinations strategically we can support countries and organizations that are changing the world for the better. 487 more words