South Africa’s response to the poaching crisis affecting rhinoceros and other wild animals has lessons for anyone working in tourism – whatever issues they face.
Each month we feature a Logo user for World Responsible Tourism Day. But the growth of this initiative means most of the stories are still to be told. Next week at World Responsible Tourism Day is the chance to hear many more first hand.
Is the tourism industry at risk from protests over hotel working conditions? What would be the impacts of far reaching strikes and boycotts by hotel workers?
Accessible tourism is rapidly becoming the largest sector of the travel market. Business providers need a new approach to this growing opportunity
Led by the Mahatma’s grandson, Gandhi Legacy tours visit social enterprises, women’s groups and other projects working across India on a unique 14 day trip.
A new campaign aims to ensure travel agency and booking websites are meeting legal obligations for delivering accessibility information for flights and airports.
What makes us feel ownership and responsibility to somewhere we visit? Can tourism be used to preserve the essence of place and generate sustainable revenue?
Done right, safari is a very powerful tool for combining conservation with community development. And when you look at the various industry awards announced each year, one name keeps being repeated – Wilderness Safaris.
Travel Boycotts have grown fast thanks to internet. But has it made them more effective? And how should companies and individuals working in responsible tourism respond?
Responsibility is judged on how I behave towards those others with whom I have relationships – my colleagues, friends, staff, guests, suppliers, community and the wider environment. What makes me responsible (or not) is how I choose… to respond.