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135 travel features tagged “Eco-tourism”

Nature and temptation in the Seychelles

With reefs teeming with tropical fish, biblically lush jungles and painfully picturesque beaches, this pristine archipelago works hard to keep paradise from becoming over-populated.
Read more… 26 July 2013


A gourmand pilgrimage to Scottish shores

Home to more sheep than people, the remote Inner Hebrides island of Iona is developing a flourishing slow-food scene, where gardens are only fertilised using seaweed.
18 July 2013


Africa’s last Eden

From surfing hippos and humpback whales to coastal lagoons and expansive savannah, Gabon’s Loango National Park is one of the most stunningly diverse sanctuaries on the continent.
18 July 2013


Beyond the Headlines

How big is your carbon footprint?

Ten recommended apps and websites will help calculate your travel footprint and reduce the carbon emissions associated with your trip.
Read more… 04 June 2013


El Salvador rises from the ashes

Despite its violent past, a new era is dawning in Central America’s secret garden, with doors re-opening to travellers and heartfelt welcomes from the locals standing behind them.
Read more… 16 May 2013


Brazil's shifting sandscapes

The crescent-shaped dunes and shimmering lagoons on Brazil’s northeastern coast are an unlikely – but beautiful – ecosystem.
19 April 2013


The Passport blog

Play your part in the global food crisis

With at least one-third of produced food squandered every year, food waste is an increasingly important issue implicating hotels, resorts, restaurants and airports.
Read more… 11 April 2013


A boy's mission to save the camel

Camels have been fabled ships of the desert for centuries, but the litter left by Abu Dhabi day trippers can lead to a slow and painful death when the animals mistake it for food.
Read more… 04 April 2013


Beyond the Headlines

How tourism can alleviate poverty

Visitors to developing countries often want to do something about the poverty they’re exposed to. But the mere act of travelling can make a difference.
Read more… 21 March 2013


Thailand’s mountainous coffee journey

Participants in the Akha Ama Coffee Journey experience the true life of a coffee farmer in the remote village of Maejantai. It is hard work, and that is how it is supposed to be.
Read more… 19 March 2013


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