Does responsible tourism work? Six new studies show how its economic impacts far exceed those offered by less sustainable alternatives.
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.
In recent months there have been several conflicts between tourism developments and local people, from Nepal and India to the Philippines to Can responsible tourism address these issues and forge a sustainable path where everyone benefits?
An intimate 19th-century country house hotel in North Cornwall, perched between the sea and Bodmin Moor. It rightfully prides itself on the quality of food and personal attention to guests. The Setting Turn off the A395 that connects Cornwall’s two main artery roads (A30 and A39) into the drive of Pendragon House. Your nearest town […]
Ecotourism is not simply about minimising your negative impact. There are places you can go where your presence (and money) can make a positive difference too.