As a community of travelers, we need to hold ourselves accountable. The way we travel needs a collective push in the right directions. And who is better suited to spearheading a travel movement than avid travelers? We need to be the difference.
This mountainous region of the northwest Balkan Peninsula is gorgeous and its nature is still mostly preserved and intact - although that could change soon if many of the planned hydropower plants are built across the region.
Hunting has been temporarily banned throughout the country, there are no fences, with wildlife free to roam at will, and the lodges of Botswana are all designed to have as little impact on the environment as possible.
Like many siblings Cancun and the Riviera Maya have a slightly edgy but loving rivalry when it come to tourism. Cancun is a wonderful and magical place to use as home base while exploring all that the region has to offer.
As far as amazing places go, there's truly no place like home. After all, why fret about exorbitant airfare to far-flung locales when you can experience some of the world's most stunning sights right here in North America?
After reading Looptail, I immediately wrote to G Adventures on Facebook and said, "If I had not left my job 17 months ago to wander the world full-time, I would quit today and come work for your company."
With hotels across the globe taking steps to show their commitment to the environment, is there a way for us to become even better eco-guests, whether you stay at large hotels chains or local boutique establishments known for their eco-practices? You bet!
Our charming village is nestled on a perfect two miles across semi-circle of a bay at the base of the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, which by the time you reach Granada and the Alhambra soar to over 12,000 feet.
A true educator recognizes that the destination and the central experience are strong platforms, which can either be woefully under leveraged or embedded in a powerful experience for your child that is leveraged to the max. This is rare.