Mar 9, 2019• by Vanuatu Local

Purchasing from South Pacific indigenous villages

When visiting traditional villages or local markets you may be able to purchase locally made totem poles, wood figurines, bamboo flutes, stone axes, pig tusks and Pandanus leaf carry bags direct from...

Feb 22, 2019• by Subrat

Eco Trekking in the Himalayas of Nepal

Nepal is a beautifully landlocked country in South Asia. It has the highest elevations in the world including Mount Everest (Sagarmāthā in Nepali) at 8,848 metres (29,029 ft) height on the border...

Nov 30, 2018• by okonomiNOMS

Our experience at a Japanese Ryokan and Onsen

Harataki Ryokan and Onsen This year we were lucky enough to experience our first Traditional Japanese Inn (Ryokan 旅館 ) and natural hot spring (Onsen 温泉). This is one of our most treasured...

Oct 30, 2018• by Natpacker

5 Tips To Reducing Waste As You Travel

We all know that we need to reduce our waste - the world is literally running out of space for us to dump plastic. It's quite the hot topic, especially single use plastic. If we all make little...

Sep 28, 2018• by lori

5 Tips for Ethical Travel

What is Ethical Travel? Ethical travel is simply being aware of your choices and the impact you are making when you travel. Ethical travel can be anything from eating and buying locally to...

Mar 19, 2018• by liu-tw

Taiwan's Kenting National Park without a car or a scooter

Most guidebooks or blog posts about Kenting National Park will tell you to rent a scooter, but you can actually do without. That leaves you with two main options: walking and taking the bus. All this...

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