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The Royal Bengal Tiger is precious to India, yet the species is becoming closer to extinction each day. ‘Project Tiger’, supported by the Indian Government, is working towards the survival…
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Visiting the Faroe Islands is like setting foot in a fairy-tale. With ninth-century grass-roofed buildings, legends of elves and trolls living in the hills and sparsely inhabited green islands dotted…
Sublime decided to take a step further and approach travel from two different perspectives: male and female. Gabriel O’Rorke and her companion for the trip, Tom Laing, visit Andorra, taking…
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Fair Trade products such as coffee, chocolate and fruit have been available for nearly 50 years, but it has only been in the last decade or so that the concept…
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Imagine waking up on the water every day in your very own floating home. The idea is an inviting one.
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From a traditional wine-making family in Austria, Birgit Pfneisz, 26 and her sister, Katrin, 22 broke the mould and located their own venture across the border in Hungary. Shaking off…
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‛Go stay somewhere else if you want nice plush hotel carpets’ says Walter Micklethwait, proprietor and host of Inshriach, summing up his attitude towards guesthouse management.
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Ten years ago in Cape Town, a group of major players in the tourism industry gathered to discuss the future of a type of tourism that would do no harm,…
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Posted by Greenpeace UK on Monday, 6 February 2017